I’ve always felt like I was from another time.

Growing up I was called an old soul, but I think it’s a little bit more than that. I think sometimes people are significantly influenced by other times in history than the one they were actually born into. I have always been drawn to the styles of the 1940’s-50’s from watching old movies with my mother. Though my style has changed a lot over the years, I am now completely exploring all of my vintage whims, and am so excited to share my weekly inspirations with you through this online blog forum. If you too feel like you are of another time, leave me a comment on this blog or my social media.

Latest Posts:

Summer’s End

Summer ended sharply last Friday in Nashville, TN. Since then I have had to say an unwilling goodbye to my summer favorites– jean shorts, puff sleeves crop tops, and gingham. Tragically, I just got a new gingham dress on sale today, and will sadly only see it next year when spring drags her heavy feetContinue reading “Summer’s End”

September Glow

This in-between month has me loving soft transitions, both in fashion, and in beauty. September is a great way for stylists to use their own blending techniques to weave a wardrobe change seamlessly into someone’s life, and that has inspired me to do my own blending with an actual makeup brush. I recently invested inContinue reading “September Glow”

European Euphoria

I was lucky enough to be invited to travel Europe with my boyfriend’s family in November of 2018. This trip is by far one of the greatest experiences of my life, and by far the most creatively stimulating. I don’t think I put my phone camera down for a minute, and was lusting over everyContinue reading “European Euphoria”

Enjoy Country

Something a little more casual today, with a twinge of country music nostalgia. As the southern summer gets hotter, I find it harder to dress in anything I don’t mind sweating in (sorry for TMI but girls sweat too). I’ve found a love for soft racer back tanks with sweet country sayings on them. I’veContinue reading “Enjoy Country”


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