30th Annual Harriman Polo Cup

Seersucker, madras, and linen as far as the eye can see.  The 30th Annual Harriman Polo Cup left nothing to the imagination with attendees slipping into their summer favorites for one last afternoon of summer revelry.  While Mother Nature did decide to open up her skies after UVA took victory over Yale
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Harriman Polo Cup

The Harriman Polo Cup.  It’s one of my favorite events of the year that takes place on Long Island against Yale and UVA.  Having drawn attention for the past thirty years from both local New Yorkers and fellow out-of-staters such as myself, the event has raised over $800,000 that benefits
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First Flush Festival

I spent the past four days in Charleston, South Carolina (will talk about all the cool restaurants/events/things to do in another post) in order to attend the First Flush Festival held at the Charleston Tea Plantation.  I heard about the event via a friend a few months ago and after
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International Biscuit Festival

I like biscuits…a lot.  I Instagram them, I write about them, and think that they are one of the many things that make the South an absolutely wonderful place to live.  As some of you may have seen, I spent my Saturday eating (read inhaling) some of the South’s best
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Derby Day at Crescent Bend

The Kentucky Derby.  One of the South’s most important sporting events that gives us a small taste of summer including a permission slip to break out our best and brightest threads for a day filled with bets, southern comfort food, and an endless flow of bourbon.  Whether it be pastel
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A Weekend Recap

There’s nothing better than Sunday brunch with your best friend after a twelve-hour nights rest from a long trip out of town.  As many of you saw from my excessive Instagram posts (apologies), I spent the past few days in New York City for a school-sponored trip (time to lock
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Tartan & Brooks Brothers

Last week I was invited to an event hosted by Brooks Brothers featuring their line of Scottish-made products.  I willingly accepted the invitation justifying my attendance as being a “study-break. ”  The event consisted of live entertainment as well as Scottish inspired canapés with a portion of the sales benefitting
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The Harriman Polo Cup

Last Saturday, I spent the afternoon at the 29th Annual Harriman Polo Cup on Long Island.  The event took place at the oldest polo club in the United States and included a full-day of tailgating and socializing with some of the best of New York’s high society.  Founded in 1984
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