Spring Sweaters

In case you've been living under a rock where there are no calendars or thermometers, I thought I should let you know, SPRING IS FINALLY HERE! For many, this is a celebration. A time when the dreary cold of winter weather makes its way out and the sun finally decides to make an appearance. Flowers are blooming, … Continue reading Spring Sweaters

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How to Style your Silk Bandana

Hi there! I'm so excited to share my newest obsession with y'all! This piece was the first thing on my spring/ summer wish list and has already made an effortless transition into my closet. When I was in France last summer, I noticed a bunch of French girls picking up this trend so it's no … Continue reading How to Style your Silk Bandana

Sun Juan, Puerto Rico

Last week 51 of my best friends and I packed up our tiny carry on bags and headed to the enchanting island of Puerto Rico. We went with Ole Miss CRU, an interdenominational campus ministry, on mission to share the the love of Jesus with Puerto Rican college students. 7 days + 4 flights + a few … Continue reading Sun Juan, Puerto Rico

Girlfriends’ Guide to NYC Part Two: What to do

New York is one of the top tourist destinations for Americans and international travelers alike. However, once you've seen the view from The Top of the Rock,  sipped frozen hot chocolate at Serendipity's, and seen Lady Liberty up close, you don't have to do it again. This was not my first trip to the city, … Continue reading Girlfriends’ Guide to NYC Part Two: What to do

Girlfriends’ Guide to NYC Part One: Eating NYC

Take your best girlfriend + a great pair of walking shoes +and three days in the Big City and what do you get? Just the most fun, fabulous weekend of your life. This January I followed this recipe and met my bestie in NYC for a final trip to end our Christmas Break with a bang. … Continue reading Girlfriends’ Guide to NYC Part One: Eating NYC

An Open Letter To President Trump

Dear Mr. President, Congratulations on your inauguration. Friday truly was a celebration of democracy. However, Mr. President, I have to be honest with you: I was not your biggest fan. When I first heard about your candidacy, I laughed. When primary season began, I worked hard to keep you from becoming my party's candidate. I … Continue reading An Open Letter To President Trump

Election Revolution Part 2: Millennials Take Action

On the evening of November 8th, Ole Miss sophomore Jarrius Adams got in his car to make the four-hour drive to his hometown to cast his vote for his presidential candidate, Hillary Rodham Clinton. After a long year of campaigning for Clinton, Adams grew increasingly nervous and excited to see his hard work pay off. … Continue reading Election Revolution Part 2: Millennials Take Action

White tee + Jeans

1. I love this unique Kendra Scott choker! Such a fun, upscale twist on a casual, classic outfit 2. Michelle by Comune (sold at Nordstrom and Bloomingdales) similar tee below 🙂 3. Found this cute little bag in a street market in Paris 4. Old Navy flats, the most comfortable and versatile! So easy to … Continue reading White tee + Jeans

Saturday Kind of Chic

Oxford, MS is nothing if not a fabulous college town. With that comes great weekend entertainment, fabulous dining, and the quaintest small town charm. Saturdays are my favorite in this small southern town. Weekends are the perfect time for a late lunch out, afternoon window shopping, and drinks and people watching on City Grocery Balcony. … Continue reading Saturday Kind of Chic

And in the Morning When I Rise, Give me Jesus

I used to think that daily quiet times were only for the Super-Christians. I remember hearing about people who would wake up at the crack of dawn to sit at their kitchen table just to read their Bible. For years, this was a complete mystery to me. As I matured in my faith, I began to … Continue reading And in the Morning When I Rise, Give me Jesus