Outfit | How To Get Away With Wearing A MuMu

fplcc-4 fplcc-2 fplcc fplcc-5 Good-morning loves! I had the best of weekends and I think it might have caught up with me a little too much since I missed yesterday’s post.. Whoops! But I digress.. This dress! When my friend Morgan told me that I had free range to borrow whatever from her closet (more on that later) I about cried. This dress is like a girl’s dream dress. To say it feels like you’re wearing pajamas would be a complete understatement. It’s heavenly. I decided to belt it to give myself more of a waist because let’s be honest, MuMu’s aren’t the most flattering.. But I mean hey, worth the comfort, eh? And oh yeah- these wedges were only $8. Yes, you read that correctly, thank you Target clearance! I’m off to do loads of homework (I know, it’s only our second week back- they don’t mess around!) and daze off at my newly (borrowed) clothes in the distance for a little..

Dress- Free People Belt- c/o Bruder Hill Boutique (Berlin, MD) Wedges- Target Sunnies- RayBan Necklace- Vintage Tote- Urban Originals (only available in tan now, but linked to other amazing burgundy bags for fall) Lips- Aveda “Berry” 

Photos by Harrison Albert 


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At Home | My Vintage Re-Styled Bar Cart

bclcc bclcc-3 bclcc-4 bclcc-2 TGIF! Today I’m sharing with you a little nook of our living room that came together rather quickly. Before we had moved we had already bought our major furniture at IKEA, but there were little things that I knew I wanted to add that we didn’t have room for at our old space. A bar cart was a must! But have you seen their outrageous prices?! I mean the dreamy ones from Society Social are $600+ We found a local thrift/ garage sale (don’t even know how to define it, it’s basically a junk garage with hidden gems!) and went digging. I had found a prop for a store window there before so I kind of knew how it worked. This cart when we found it (for only $10!) was super dirty and originally had two side panels. The side panels were super janky and just wasted space so we decided to remove them. This Natty bucket was a piece close to home, and I have been loving swapping out fresh flowers! We also used this space to house our games, because they come in handy often when friends are over. I mean come on, who doesn’t like some Drunk Janga and Cards Against Humanity?! ;) I am looking forward to maybe adding a little wall gallery of fun prints above the cart or maybe this piece? (The mirror is another yard sale find, waiting to be repainted and finding a new home in our guest bathroom.) It’s definitely still in the works, but I love how our little bar cart is coming together! Keep up with more home updates over on my Instagram.. 

Your regular outfit posts will be back next week, hope you enjoyed the first peek into our home!
Other things to add to your bar cart:


Round Up | My Office Space Inspiration

office5 office1 office2 office4 office3 As you all know we are settling into our new home currently. Two spaces I have been iffy to finish are my closet and my office area because I just didn’t know the best ways I could utilize my space. When I tell you I dreamt of that first photo I am not kidding you, literally what I see when I fall asleep at night. I already hate a pretty white desk from my last apartment, but I am sprucing up my new space with a white office chair, some floating shelves, and lots of inspiration! What all of these photos have in common for me are crisp, white spaces, with lots of little quirks to keep inspiring the mind. That is what I aim for! I will keep you updated and share the tour will y’all soon, until then you can keep up with my moving shenanigans over on my Instagram..

Photos via Pinterest 


Around Savannah | The Collins Quarter






cqlcc-5 As I said in my last post, Harrison and I found our new favorite place this past weekend, and of course I must share it with y’all! We are in LOVE with the new Collins Quarter in Savannah! To start, the walk-up coffee/bar window is absolutely genius (Mom, why didn’t we think of this?!) It’s a perfect solution for people on-the-go, the oh so many tourists in Savannah, along with the SCAD students walking to and from class 24/7. Once inside we were stunned by the design of the set-up. It is a mix of modern, crisp, with lots of unique touches. Now.. Let’s talk about the food. Oh. My. God. I’m telling you it had to be the best breakfast I had ever had! I ordered some type of breakfast plate (I forget the name now, it was Australian, forgive me!) with sausage that pretty much melted in my mouth. Harrison had biscuits and gravy, which was topped with a poached egg and shredded apple. So delish! So, try the Collins Quarter out and let us know what you think!


Outfit | I Love Jellies

awlcc-2 awlcc awlcc-3 awlcc-4 Good morning! Today is my first day back to classes at SCAD, yay! Over the weekend Harrison and I did some more exploring and came across the best new place for breakfast in Savannah! (Pictures coming shortly) We took a morning to explore and wander downtown and yet again remind ourselves how we love this city so. My fellow SCADies, are you excited to be back?! I know it’s going to take some time personally to get the “school” rhythm back but I am so excited to be back in Savannah and back to this creative environment! I hope you all have a great first day of classes!

Now for this outfit- who doesn’t want to relive the 90′s and bring back jellies!? I snatched these babies up at Custard Boutique during Savannah Fashion Week last year and seriously love them so. They’re unbelievably comfy and so cute! And perfect to pair with this dress that reminds me of pumpkin patches or autumn..

Dress- Marshalls Flats- Jeffrey Campbell via Custard Boutique (Savannah, GA) Bag- Rebecca Minkoff Cuff- World Market Lips- MAC “Melt Down”

Photos by Harrison Albert