So many exciting things have happened since my last post. I added a minor in art history, entered my birth month, and went on a fun vacation, to name a few. This past weekend was my school’s fall break, so some of my friends and I packed up the car and drove to Savannah, Georgia for a few days of shopping, sightseeing, and lazing on the beach. I absolutely adore Savannah and its historic buildings, gigantic oak trees covered in Spanish moss, and Tybee Island. Because of all the beautiful scenery, I snapped nearly 600 photos and couldn’t pass up the opportunity to get some shots for an outfit post. I wore this Brandy Melville shirtdress in my last Fall Fancies post. Lately, it’s been my go-to piece (I have it in multiple colors), because it’s so easy to throw on and run out the door. The weather was nice over the weekend, so I decided to wear it as a dress with my favorite flat brown booties and a large tote bag.
These beautiful and ridiculously photogenic trees are located at the Wormsloe Plantation on the Isle of Hope, which is one of my favorite destinations in Savannah. Stay tuned for more posts from my trip!