Thrifting goes beyond clothes. I have this vintage collection (obsession, obviously) of luggage that still functions perfectly, and they make for great props and fun conversation pieces. I've use them in several photoshoots and real as luggage. The green hard shell suitcase actually still had . . .
Pack a weekend bag, gas up the car, and head west as you leave the busy DFW metroplex. After 30 minutes to an hour, your surroundings completely change. You have officially exited the big city and entered into north Texas "country." 30 more minutes, and you're crossing over bridges (Lake . . .
I'm a December baby, which after about the age of 10 has been quite frustrating. Between being sick, snow and inclement weather (I was raised in the bone chilling hills of Northwest Arkansas), Christmas being 2 weeks after my birthday ("Happy Birthday/Christmas, Addie!"), and me loathing the cold - . . .
Bright lights, big city! That is New York City all day and night - it is a city that rarely sleeps! When people think America, NYC is one of the first places they often picture. The city itself is a cultural landmark known all over the world. This was my first time visiting NYC so I did a lot of . . .
As part of the Project Runway trip experience, Josh and I were able to go shopping at Bloomingdale's on a budget provided as part of winning the Connective Threads contest. We were paired with one personal shopper (Andrew Pritchard) and two previous Project Runway contestants (Dom & Char) to . . .
I had the amazing blessing of winning a trip to New York Fashion Week, sponsored by Project Runway and Verizon, so I made sure to go all out and make the Old World New fashion statement seen by any eyes that would graze over me in my 15 seconds of NYFW exposure. You all know this means I wore . . .
Day 3 in NYC Exploring the city, meeting up with old friends, more food. GELATO & fresh seafood pasta (thank God for Eataly). Dinner with Project Runway and other contestant winners at Beauty & Essex. More random NYC exploration - sending post cards to and buying gifts for family & . . .