Dreamy Jumpsuit, Dreamier Sights

Exploring downtown Savannah was like stepping back in time.
  This town is oozing with history...cobble stone streets (no heel zone), historic staircases, and gigantic moss covered trees that have been with our country from our founding years. 
 We spent two of our days walking around the historic district.  Will is usually the one to take the pictures and I hardly get to use my DSLR, so it was fun to play photographer for a couple of days. 
 I'm sure I looked like the dorkiest of tourists, but it was so fun and I definitely rekindled my love of snapping pictures.

On our last day, I wore this haltered jumpsuit from Maude.  
When I saw this on Maude's instagram, I knew I had to have it.  It was high-waist, low-back, and had a wide leg.  Those are three things that are hard for me to turn down.  When I bought the jumpsuit, I knew that this trip would be the perfect time to where it.  We woke up that last morning knowing we were about to be walking downtown in the heat, then getting in the car for a 10 hour car ride...so comfort was the first thing on my mind....and this romper did the job!  It was the perfect balance of cute, cool, and comfortable.  So perfect for travel!

Here are some of the pictures I snapped with my camera....

Jumpsuit: Maude Boutique
Necklace: Maude Boutique
Sunglasses: Forever 21

Beachin' it

Tybee Island is named Savannah's beach.  It is a small island about 20 miles from the downtown area.  It was my first time on an Atlantic coast beach and I was super impressed with how beautiful it was!  It definitely had more of an island/tropical feel than expected. 
It was Will and I's first time at a beach together, and we were both super excited to get our feet in the sand and listen to the sound of the ocean waves.
We went on our first day in Savannah.  It's so funny looking back and thinking about this day, because little did I know,  I would be getting engaged 24 hours later.  Hah!

The beach was super wide and had plenty of space for everyone.  There were people playing bag-o and the sand was so smooth, there were even people riding beach cruisers on the sand. 
 First time I've ever seen that!

Everything about it was charming.

Hat: Wal-Mart 

Shoes: CAT Footwear

Handbag: Gigi New York

Sunglasses: Beehive Boutique

{Savannah Iphone Snaps}

SF in Savannah

This past week has been one I will never forget.
Will and I took a vacation together to Savannah, Georgia.
It is a city that I have always wanted to visit for its natural beauty, history, and architecture. 
When I was in high school, 
I even considered going to Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) for college.  
I knew before stepping foot in this city, I would love it.
When Will and I were planning a vacation, 
I suggested Savannah because we wanted to go to a beach, 
yet somewhere different than the typical southern destination... Florida. 
We love Florida, but we both grew up going there and decided to try somewhere new.
 He agreed, so I researched and found the cutest cabin on Airbnb and booked it in way back in February.

Little did I know that it would be on this trip that Will would ask me to be his wife!

I can't wait to share more about our trip and the proposal with you, but since I haven't posted in awhile, I figured I better start with a long overdue outfit post. 

I wore this dress from Savoir-Faire the day after we got engaged.
We spent the day exploring the sites of downtown Savannah.
Me with my camera in hand, and Will with his go pro camera.
We had so much fun seeing the sites and taking pictures.
I absolutely love the Mexican embroidered style of this sundress. 
 It was also perfect to wear out in the Georgia humidity.  
Man, is it hot down there. 

Dress: Savor Faire
Shoes: Giani Bini (old, similar here)
Sunglasses: Forever 21
Handbag: Maude 

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