A Recap on DC

Two Saturdays ago, I flew up to Washington DC to celebrate one of my closest friend’s 20th birthdays.  For the past four or five years, we’ve had a “tradition” in celebrating one another’s special day with great food, excellent conversations, and dapper threads. While we talk to one another on
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Travel Threads

Tomorrow, I’m headed up to NYC for a quick two-day trip.    Here’s what I’ll be wearing en route to “The Big Apple.” Heavy walking coat by Topman. Cashmere turtleneck by J.Crew – great way to stay comfortable on the train. Darkwash denim by Joe’s Jeans. Desert Boots by Clark’s – comfortable,
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Weekending in Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville.  Is.  So.  Cool. I’ll be honest, I had my doubts about the weekend trip that was spontaneously planned by my parents on Friday night.  However, with an arrival marked by some of the best biscuits and gravy I’ve ever eaten (compliments to the chef at Early Girl Eatery) and a walk
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9 Travel Tips

Traveling is usually a living nightmare that can last anywhere from four to twenty four hours depending on how many delays your airline decides to grace you with.  After booking a trip to DC and New York for next month, I wanted to share my top travel tips that make
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Shinola: Detroit, Michigan

Since I’ll be ringing in the New Year just north of the Motor City on Wednesday, I thought it was ironic that Shinola came up as a topic of conversation at the family dinner table last night.  To give a little background on the company, Shinola is a Detroit-based watch
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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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A Weekend In New York

If you follow me on Instagram, you probably saw that I was in New York City during this past weekend.  I booked a spontaneous Amtrak ticket last Wednesday when I found out that a close friend was going to be in town for an interview for a Summer internship.  Initially,
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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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