An Afternoon in Georgetown {Washington, DC}

90 degree heat with 90% humidity means I’m wearing as little as possible. This floral dress by Sanctuary is perfect for DC summers, light and floaty with a silhouette that hangs away from the body. I realized after shooting for over an hour that I had absolutely zero accessories, but honestly I love it likeContinue reading “An Afternoon in Georgetown {Washington, DC}”

Downtown in the District of Columbia

How is it already summer? Three weeks ago we were all wearing long coats and blasting the heat and today the high is 80 degrees. If it walks like global warming and it talks like global warming…. Am I right? Despite the freak warm/cold whiplash from earlier in the season this past weekend was beautifulContinue reading “Downtown in the District of Columbia”

In My City: Little Red Fox

I don’t remember the first time I went to Little Red Fox, but it feels like I’ve been going there forever. While we adore Bread Furst for a weekend walk & brunch destination there’s something about the breakfast that makes it special. Maybe it’s their house hot sauce or their lox sandwiches. Maybe it’s theirContinue reading “In My City: Little Red Fox”

Graphic Tee & Athleisure

The past few weeks have been non-stop so this weekend K and I decided to take it slow and do a little exploring in our own backyard (meaning we went for a 2 hour long walk around Northwest DC. I’m all about practical dress and keeping things easy, breezy when you’re committing to several milesContinue reading “Graphic Tee & Athleisure”

In My City: The Den

  The café aptly named The Den, located in the basement of a locally owned bookstore is my refuge. My other favorite bakery has a no-wifi and, subsequently, a no-laptops policy. Rather than having people stare at screens they wanted people staring at each other. A perfect atmosphere for a Sunday morning latté it lackedContinue reading “In My City: The Den”

The Women’s March

“When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty.” Thomas Jefferson   The day was full of jammed phone lines, chants of “No more hate, no more fear, refugees are welcome here”, and an incredible showing of womxn, allies, second and third-wave feminists, and pure love in the face of hate. 500,000 of us stood together toContinue reading “The Women’s March”

In My City: Surfside

There aren’t many places I equally crave at 11 am and 11 pm. Surfside is one of them. I am constantly thinking about their tacos, specifically the Rios (above). I frequent their Dupont location at least once every other week, tend to order the same thing (admittedly I am a creature of habit), and amContinue reading “In My City: Surfside”