Nothin’ like a trip to the country!

Back in October we headed out to the good old country for a little antiquing in Round Top, TX! Round Top, a tiny little town, population 90 twice a year hosts a large vintage and antique fair. We enjoyed wine, pizza, and A LOT of shopping. We are so excited to share with y’all all of the neat things we saw + what we did with the things we bought!



Vintage Louis Vuitton – to die for!

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Of course, we could not leave with out purchasing some things.


Kylee got this chandelier from Royal Standard. Y’all it was a steal!


How cute are these decorations from The Round Top Collection?! We have metal work for each holiday, but by far these are our favorite.

We look forward to going to Round Top this spring! This time we will have a better idea of where to go! If you all have been, please let us know of any tips.


k + k

Fall Foliage in Maine

On a whim we decided to take a trip to the east coast to experience the season change. Here in Texas we don’t get to experience Fall, so everything exceeded my expectations. My camera was on overload! I took over 400 pictures over the duration of 5 days. Pictures don’t even do it justice – it was truly breathtaking.

The whole trip was filled with the most charming places, to die for eats, and the Fall weather was amazing.  I wish I could share them all with you!  This was one of my favorites, the Portland Maine Lighthouse.

IMG_0268A stunning pumpkin patch grown near the apple orchard in Cumberland, Maine


Sweetster’s Apple Orchard, located in Cumberland, Maine


Arcadia National Park in Bar Harbor


Kylee’s Look: Similar Scarf ,Sweater: Express,Jeans: Jcrew, Booties: Nordstrom Rack(still available)

IMG_0227(Told you! to die for eats!)


Cellar Door Winery and Tasting Room in Lincolnville, Maine

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IMG_0079(Now let’s talk about these Fall colors) 

IMG_0093IMG_0098Are any of y’all planning a trip this Fall?! We would love to hear where you guys are headed. If you aren’t, go fall in love with Maine!


k + k