Clockwise from upper right: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 There was a time when I found leopard print gaudy and unattractive, too flashy for my taste. But over the last three years I have become increasingly attracted to this fantastic and versatile pattern. I’m still not a […]

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  • Natalie - I’ve never been much of a leopard print girl myself… BUT! My sister loves leopard print and swears that she will rock a pair under her wedding dress! :)ReplyCancel

Michael and Rose met through mutual friends at church, and hit it off immediately. Though different in personality and backgrounds, their shared love of good food, engaging conversation, entertaining friends, and adventure made it easy for love to quickly flourish. Michael’s Christmas gift to Rose that year was a series of original artwork, each piece […]

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  • Katie - This wedding is freaking adorable! I love all their fun details, their portraits, and the mac and cheese truck! So great! You did a wonderful job!ReplyCancel

  • Renee - This wedding is like a fairytale! Gorgeous work!ReplyCancel

  • Caitlin - this wedding is too cool! i love their seats at the reception. amazing photos!!!ReplyCancel

  • Rici - Aww, these two are so very cute together!!ReplyCancel

Matt & Kristen met in passing, online. “In passing,” because if Kristen had waited just a few days longer to sign up, or if Matt had canceled his membership as he intended to, their paths would never have crossed. But as it happened, when when they began to despair of ever finding someone, their virtual paths […]

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  • Simone Fox - Beautiful wedding. LOVE those adorable chickens!ReplyCancel

  • Rici - These are just so warm & fuzzy! Love them! Especially the interior and the hen-in-arm picture ;)ReplyCancel

It’s officially Fall here in DC. Leaves are beginning to turn yellow and orange and bit of red, and there’s a nip in the air on this rainy afternoon. It’s time for sweaters and hot cider and pumpkin everything… and riding boots. I love wearing boots— they’re my favorite cold weather apparel, and they go with almost everything. But […]

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  • Lauren Swann - Preach!!! I have the hardest time finding cute boots for my calves! I actually got the ones on the top left and they’re luckily comfy on my feet! So glad you found some boots that you like!!ReplyCancel

    • Sarah Bradshaw - I tried the Sam Edelman wide calf, and they were WAY too wide!! And the regulars were a bit too snug for me. :(ReplyCancel

  • Allison Marshall - Yay! Boot ideas! I, your fellow high-arch-wide-foot-gal, am looking for some too :) The cognac color is really pretty. Ankle straps tend to make my feet look chunky (to my eyes anyway. ha), but it does depend on each boot. I like the IDEA of buckles :D Any of them more comfy to you than the others?ReplyCancel

  • Anna Barton - Haha. I just went on the same search and know the feeling. I ended up getting mine from Banana Republic. My order was look, price (to a certain point), then feel. But I have common feet and calves so that isn’t hard. For you I’d go comfort first, then look, then price. ReplyCancel

  • rebekah j. - 1) I love this series idea!
    2) I love all of those boots you bought, so this is a tough call.

    It might help to pick out 3-5 outfits you wear most often in the fall to know which would pair with those best? Or to go along with your rebrand, I might give my vote to the black just because you’ve always worn more brown boots in the past. (And between the brown, I’d pick the middle one because you didn’t sound so excited about the buckles on the naturalizer pair)ReplyCancel

  • Krissy - I feel your struggle. Only mine is the opposite problem..I have no calves…super narrow, long, boney feet with high arches. Boots always look so big on my calves, they look funny when I walk! I broke down and paid for some real ones, brown, right before I got married (you know, before I needed to take someone else’s money management into consideration!) and I wear them all the time…now I don’t know what to do because my cheap, black ones fell apart last year…thinking about the booties, since they are smaller to pack! BTW I love that you did this fun random post. It’s fun “shopping” with friends like this! And, as much as you are on your feet I say be practical and pick the most comfy.
    Oh, and someday Chris and I (& Kenzie!) are going to come up there! We almost did this month, but…..you know life got in the way.ReplyCancel