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Happy Father’s Day!

Happy Father’s Day! This year is extra special because I finally got my dad to twin with me in Lilly! This is so not his style but he did it anyway. I’m so thankful to have such a wonderful father. He has supported me in everything, always bringing me to and from school (even when…

Little White Dresses

Back when the azaleas were just past peak and the rhododendron had just bloomed, Haley and I went to visit the Kinney Azalea Gardens in Kingston, RI. After visiting last year, I knew I had to return. We coordinated in white lace Lilly Pulitzer dresses and sun hats. I love my hat even more after…

Dock Days of Summer

It still doesn’t feel quite like summer here in Rhode Island. Some days it gets there, but more often than not, it’s been in the 60s which requires long sleeves or a jacket, at least for me.¬† Enter the perfect spring/early summer jacket. This pink gingham trench is adorable and even comes in a black…

Crabapples and Chinoiserie

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My Preppy Graduation Cap

After not being allowed to decorate my graduation cap in high school, I was thrilled to decorate one for my GW graduation. I knew exactly what I wanted: a Lilly Pulitzer printed graduation cap to match my dress, with a vine monogram in the middle, a shoutout to Trump (we are in DC, after all),…

GW Commencement

Sunday was Commencement. It ended up being over 90 degrees and sunny, and because they made us arrive an hour early to bake in the sun, I started to get dizzy and feel signs of oncoming heat stroke. I do not do well in the heat or the sun (the overwhelming smell of alcohol from…

Graduation!!

Today I finally graduated from GW with a B.A. in Psychology. It’s been a crazy 3 years and I can’t help but look back on how much has changed over the course of them. At the start, I had no idea what I wanted to do in terms of a major or career. I tried…