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The Perfect Chambray Romper for Warmer Weather

Spring is still a few weeks away, officially anyway, but I’m ditching my winter clothes as much as possible. Rompers are some of my favorite pieces for spring and summer. This off the shoulder chambray romper has a few unique details making it unique. The open back is darling, but I love the ruffle on the neckline. Plus, it has pockets, which instantly ups the cool factor on this chambray romper. If you are in a pinch and need something to wear during warmer weather, grab this babe and go. It has a stretch waistband so there are no zippers or buttons to fuss with. Easy on, easy off, which is something I can get behind. This fabric is relatively low maintenance. A quick steam got the wrinkles from shipping out. For sizing reference, I’m wearing size XXS and it fits true to size. 

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Evergreen Style :: Saltwater Duck Boots for Cold Weater

Hello Everyone! I cannot believe in Coastal Virginia we have a 60 percent chance of snow today! I love being able to get a little white magic every winter but am thankful heavy blizzards are mostly behind me. I remember being in Nebraska in what felt like -25 and plenty of snow. There is nothing I hate more than cold wet feet. I feel like it’s the fastest way to be cold all over and is an instant mood dampener. Over the years, I’ve worn numerous boots. However, these Sperry saltwater duck boots are some of my favorites. These are adaptable, so no matter where you go from rugged landscapes to snow mountains you will stay comfortable. One of my favorite aspects of these saltwater duck boots is the rubber sole, which provides traction on wet or dry surfaces. Trust me, there slipping and falling isn’t fun.

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Weekend Trip to Asheville, N.C. :: Food + Travel Guide

Happy Wednesday my beautiful friends!
If you follow me on Snapchat (HKCung) you may have seen my 20 billion snaps from my trip to Asheville, N.C. On Friday, my friend Kim and I decided to take the spontaneous trip and we scrambled to make it happen! Once I was off work after reporting for the 11 p.m. newscast the two of us hit the road with our men! It was a 6.5-hour drive to Asheville from Virginia Beach. Many people have said Asheville is a big hipster town, which I would have to agree. However, there is plenty of charm, history and plenty of fantastic places to eat!

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