Classy Pearls

I've come to realize I've become a girl who absolutely loves to dress up! But I'm going to tell you a secret, I used to hate shopping. Shocking I know! Obviously it couldn't be any more different now and I'm so thankful my personal style has evolved to what it is. I think style is all about what you love to wear and what you feel great wearing. I always feel so much more confident in looks I love especially the fancy ones. Formal outfits are my weakness okay :) 

My new favorite dress is this darling one from Shabby Apple called the Nutcracker dress that I got in blue! It is such an elegant and classy dress and I adore the bow details on the sleeves! I think the bows add a fun touch to this dress! The fit is impeccable which is rare for me as I'm very petite (5"1 to be exact). I am very impressed with the material and just love the royal blue color of the dress! Make sure to check out Shabby Apple for more adorable pieces like this one!

dress: c/o Shabby Apple | sunglasses: Kate Spade {similar} | necklace: J Crew Factory {similar} | bracelets: (KJP) (Kendra Scott) 

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Sweet Tea Southern

As y'all know I love preppy shirts and continue to grow my collection.  I also love finding up and coming t shirt companies to share with y'all and my new favorite is The Dixieland Collection! (I also featured them in my Free Preppy Stickers Blog Post) I love all of their designs including this adorable sweet tea one! They have so many cute things on their site so make sure to check them out! 

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Sleepless in Seattle

Today I'm finally sharing the last day from my trip this summer to Victoria and Seattle. It's so surreal to me that the summer is over and I just finished my 1st week of school as a junior. I'm definitely excited to see what this year has in store for me but I still wish I could go back to relaxing summer days. 

Pikes Place Market is an iconic spot in Seattle so during our last day, my family and I stopped by to see what it was all about. It definitely wasn't what I expected but I'm glad we stopped by. I was in love with all the flowers they had for sale and had to pick some up! The prices were amazing only $5, $10, or $15 for giant bouquets with beautiful flowers. I was so excited to see one with a peony in it (they are my favorite flower), and they are out of season. We also went to a gorgeous park and garden later that day in Tacoma that had the biggest flowers I had ever seen! They were literally the size of my head and so pretty!

dress: local boutique | scarf: Lilly Pulitzer {similar} | sandals: Jack Rogers | tote: Tory Burch | sunglasses: {similar}

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During my trip to Victoria, Canada, my family and I stayed in the darling Fairmont Empress Hotel. It was picture perfect with its elegant Victorian style with flowers and vines galore!  

The final day in Victoria my family and I took a Seaplane around Victoria which was amazing! This was my first time on a smaller airplane which was a really cool experience and my sister even got to sit in the copilot seat. It was so surreal to be watching the pilot flying and landing in water. I think this was definitely a must do and I would love to do this type of thing in other places too! 
My sister and I also had to stop by a Lululemon store since it is a Canadian company. My sister finally talked me into my 1st pair of Lululemon leggings and I'm so glad she did! They are amazing and I will definitely be getting a ton of wear out of them! It also was a bonus that they were slightly less expensive because of the exchange rate. Score! 

Check back soon to see the next part of my trip in Seattle!