My last day in Atlanta was spent battling traffic for a favor for my Dad. Remember that bridge collapse of I-80? My trip down there was right after that happened and all traffic was re-routed and majorly backed up. After having a bit of a stressful morning an old friend recommended that I head to Ponce City Market for the day.
It is no secret that I am in love with Stitch Fix, it’s a fantastic service for my busy schedule and it helps push me out of my fashion comfort zone. I have been using Stitch Fix for over a year now and I have rounded up my 3 favorite tops to share with all of you.
I woke up my first morning in Atlanta ready for adventure! Having done quite a bit of research before my trip I knew that my first meal was going to be brunch at Buttermilk Kitchen after attending Buckhead Church. (Service was FANTASTIC!) I knew I made the right choice when I could barely find parking, I pulled into their very small and tight spaced secondary lot and ended up getting out of my car to help someone who was trying to back out and leave. Perfect for my truck!
I’m incredibly lucky to have not only a mile long wellness path in my backyard, but the High School football field as well! It allows me to have options on where and how I want to spend my workout. Although I love my barre work outs I do like to go for a run now and then. Especially as the temperatures are cooling down.
I absolutely adore leather jackets! For me leather jackets are so versatile that they go with anything and everything and you can usually rock one in every season. But let’s face it, a really great leather jacket can be really expensive! It took me months to finally break down and buy mine and this week I am sharing my guide for making that investment.
It’s light sweater weather here in Michigan and as much as I am not ready for Fall I can’t seem to get warm lately. I’ve been bundling in sweaters and even socks! (And I HATE socks!) Despite being cold I like to surround myself with happy, warm colors. I’ve always loved pink and navy together! Add in a monogram and I am one happy girl.