I don’t know about you, but I’m already in weekend-land. Tomorrow, we’re heading down to Richmond to visit the Quirk Hotel and celebrate my sister-in-law’s birthday. I couldn’t be more excited!
Last weekend, we planted our garden (FINALLY NOW THAT SPRING IS BASICALLY OVER) and I may have done a little shopping on Sunday. I picked up a few really adorable pieces from Take 5 Boutique that I can’t wait to show you!
I posted all about my interview with Katherine Schwarzenegger earlier in the week and learned all about her favorite trends, why she's partnering with TJMAXX to tell the stories of Real Girls across the US on the #RoadToReal tour, and of course, where she loves to get coffee in DC.
Tuesday, we celebrated my mom’s birthday with a surprise happy hour at one of her favorite restaurants, Cooper’s Hawk. We invited a few of her closest friends and took MAJOR advantage of the tasty happy hour specials.
I got this adorable boho dress in the mail from Banana Republic on Wednesday, so naturally, I wore it Thursday. I was ambivalent about the snakeskin print, but they made it work. SO WELL.
Wednesday I got my Greenheart Juice fix! I visited their Georgetown shop located within Downdog yoga and drank ALL the strawberry milk (their beauty almond milk) and ate ALL the chia seed pudding. Have you visited their shop before?
Did you catch this insanely gorgeous Suno dress on the blog? I’m in love.
Thursday was eventful - I left my wallet at home (classic) but luckily, the people of the bus had grace on me and let me borrow some money. I had actually started to go back to my car once I realized I had left it in my yoga bag, but someone actually ran after me to let me know that they could help me out. YOU GUYS. Humanity.
Later in the day, I met up with one of my very best gal pals, Erin, and we romped around Georgetown eating Sweetgreen (where I thankfully had a gift card!) and taking photos. Best. Afternoon. Ever.
I’m gearing up for a super super, super fun weekend and I’m basically counting the hours until we leave (FYI - it’s 27 hours)