I haven’t posted anything in longer than forever, but here I am… uploading some photos from my weekend in Athens. A lot has changed since October 2011, the date of my last post (yikes!). I graduated from the University of Georgia in December, started working as an account coordinator at Arketi Group in January, and made my official move to Atlanta in June. Now that things are finally getting settled, I’m hoping to find the time to get back to blogging regularly. Stay tuned to see whether or not I actually make that happen…
Celeste and I listening to some great music at Athfest.
New denim shorts by erika arnold designs. Check her out on Facebook- these are amaze.
Another new purchase from this weekend: Lily and Laura bracelets from Cheeky Peach.
After a quick trip to Highwire Lounge, Sarah, Rebecca, Coco and I enjoyed an afternoon shopping trip at the Urban Outfitters Store on Tour. I picked up a super stylish leopard sweater and we were fortunate enough to be deemed “street stylish” by the UO team. Check out the tweet, loves!
For my final semester at UGA, I’m living in the same apartment (and with the same roommates) as last year. Because I didn’t sublease while living in Alpharetta over the summer, move in was a simple process. Everything in my room was already in place, but I wanted to change out two posters for new wall decorations. To fill the space, I took two old photo frames and replaced the outdated pictures with images I found from some of my favorite fashion blogs. The DIY project was simple and inexpensive, and the result was just what I was hoping for.
Cooling down with a frozen treat from King of Pops.
This weekend I made my first trip back to Athens since leaving for my summer in Alpharetta/Atlanta. It felt so wonderful to be back at the apartment with my roommates, and I absolutely loved my first ever AthFest experience. The lineup of bands (although most were unknown to me) was fabulous and seeing Nappy Roots perform was just about the only thing that gave Sarah and me the strength to bear the scorching heat… that and some cold drinks of course.
Raspberry brindles from Highwire Lounge.
Waiting for the next band to take the stage.
Nappy Roots rocking the crowd.
Mimosas and croissants (still in the oven when this was taken) for a Breakfast at Tiffany’s themed morning.