I can’t believe it’s already February! Where did the time go? Luckily I can feel that spring is around the corner, which means a change of wardrobe and Valentine’s Day. I’ll be sharing a lot things on this post starting with this dress from Mulberry and King. I was eyeing it at the Champagne Society at The Skinny Dip a couple of weeks ago when the founders Meghan and Meredith were speaking. I loved hearing their story about starting a successful online store, how could you not want to support these two boss moms??
Rose gold is still having a moment, and it’s not going anywhere. I love these rings from Gold Creations, especially the morganite ones. The pale pink stone on the rose gold is too good. The flowers are from Petaloso, and I’m so lucky I have a good friend who is both talented and has great taste. Flowers add so much life and vibrancy in photos and who doesn’t love fresh flowers? I have a feeling you’ll be seeing more pretty arrangements popping up on my blog more frequently.
This cute little macaroon jewelry box from Vieuxtemps is the cutest thing and it comes in a array of pastel colors. Perfect for storing your jewelry when your travelling, but don’t try to eat them, they’re not edible.
But these cupcakes from Cupcake sure are! I’ll be featuring them on my Lowcountry Live Valentine’s segment today at 10am alongside Island Haus Paperie, Stella Nova at Mt. Pleasant Towne Centre, and Holy Spokes Bike Share. I’m also doing an instagram giveaway with Cupcake and Holy Spokes Bike Share, click here to check out the latest posts and enter to win!
These rose gold beauties are by Pilar Cuadros, a Peruvian brand I discovered from my friend Romel Oliveria. I love supporting home grown brands across the globe, especially when they make gorgeous shoes.
Today is also National Wear Red Day to raise awareness on women’s heart health. The American Heart Association’s national movement to end heart disease and stroke in women has been a huge campaign and I’m happy to spread the word. I hope I see a lot of red on the streets in Charleston today!