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Happy Halloween, friends!

While the holiday is not one of my favorites (I know, I know- I just hate the whole costume thing), I do love passing out candy to the neighborhood kiddos.  We are in a new neighborhood this year and I am excited to see who stops by! We may have gone a little overboard on the candy with anticipation for lots of trick-or-treaters.

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PALM PRINT

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We were up bright and early when the boat docked on St. Thomas. Mackenzie and I were pretty excited about our excursion for the day: swimming with dolphins. Naturally, we had to grab a few ice coffees before hoping off the boat (a necessary stop after a few too many glasses of rosé the night before).  Swimming with dolphins has always been on my bucket list, so you can imagine my excitement when Mackenzie told me we were hoping on a small boat to check it off my list.  I have to say, it exceeded my expectations.  The dolphins were so smart and friendly and the entire time I was in the water, I looked like a kid in a candy store.

When packing for this trip, I knew I had to bring my Rag and Bone romper I scooped up at Intermix last year during my surprise birthday trip to West Palm Beach.  Thankfully for you guys, it is still available at a few stores and I am thinking about getting the marigold color too because I wore this one all summer long.  The silk and classic silhouette make it so easy to throw on but still look put together.

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Rag and Bone Dune Short Romper (in Marigold too) / Ariel Gordon Gold Dust Lariat (c/o) / Love Knot Ring (c/o) / Celiné Sunglasses (similar)(/ J.Crew Slides (sold out/similar)


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COLD FRONT

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In honor of the cold front that just hit Dallas yesterday, I thought it was only right to share these pictures from our trip to New York a few weeks ago.  I know for my fellow midwesterners or east coast people, they cringe at me saying cold front (especially with temps only in the high 30’s, trust me I remember those -45 degree days in Ohio last year) but apparently my body has reverted back to my southwest roots.

The first day Patrick and I arrived in New York we ventured from SoHo where we stayed to the Upper East Side to pick up Patrick’s tuxedo for the wedding. I mean really, who doesn’t love a guy in a tuxedo. On our way we got a little sidetracked turned around when we got off on the subway so instead we started our day on the Upper West side right on the edge of the park.  It was only fitting that Patrick’s first New York moment was in Central Park.  It had been snowing earlier that morning so there was a gentle dusting on all of the trees. As we took in all of the beauty, we slowly strolled though the park, escaping the hustle and bustle of the city around us.

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ASOS Petite Coat with Contrast Collar / J.Crew Cable Sweater / Paige “Skyline” Black Jeans / Rag and Bone Newbury Boots/ Zara Black Blanket Scarf / Dana Rebecca Joy Necklace / Michele Watch / Celine Sunglasses