1. Maureen @sheismoments

    That cover up is stunning. It even looks like summer!

  2. Kat

    I feel you- here in good old WI I’m at my breaking point too! I’ve been dreaming about moving to Texas or California or (please!) Hawaii or anywhere south of here but we’ve the same issue with the hub’s job (family business, one hundred plus years old, no way out really) so I’m stuck looking at gorgeous pictures and daydreaming about somedays…. But you’re not alone!

  3. Gabrielle | Savvy Home

    I’ve totally been thinking the same thing!! Charleston sounds perfect. Not moving south just yet but I’m at least going to check the place out this summer on a little vacay. Hope the weather gets nice in DC for you!

  4. Kara

    I have been to Seychelles and it was utterly gorgeous. I would love to go again someday.

  5. Hitha On The Go

    I’m in the middle of that book right now, and it’s excellent! Can’t put it down.

    The Seychelles are definitely on my travel bucket list. If it’s good for Prince William and Kate Middleton, it’s definitely good enough for me!

  6. Jess | the Jess Journals

    Oh man. I’m going to Europe at the end of this month (my sister and I are meeting our parents in Paris – it’s their 30th wedding anniversary trip and they very kindly let us join them!) and it’s all I can think about! I feel you about the warm weather! And it’s funny you mention Charleston because I recently decided I’d love to go visit for a weekend away – it seems so charming! Hope you have a great weekend!

    PS. I received the April manifesto tee yesterday and can’t wait to style it in an upcoming blog post!! Thank you!! 🙂

  7. sev2108

    I went to the Seychelles about three years ago on my honeymoon (before Will and Kate made it a destination). It was hands down the I’ve ever been. We were the only Americans there and it felt like the *only* people there most days! The beaches are cleaner than any I’ve ever seen, the skies are starrier at night and the people so welcoming. Now only if it weren’t SO far away…

  8. Nicole

    I. Feel. Your. Pain. Seriously – I think I actually got mild frostbite in my face on the school run on a day when the blizzards were so bad this year (the children didn’t seem to get the wind/cold so bad being a lot lower down).

    I frequently muse on moving to Palm Springs. Its turning in to a “thing” slowly in our house. If we didn’t have children I think we would have been moved and at Coachella a few weekends ago but from the UK to Palm Springs is a pretty extreme move. I am frequently tempted.

    Can honestly say, I’ve lived by a beach (whilst at University) and in the summer its great to be able to wander down for a bbq and to watch the sunset over the waves. Theres nothing quite like it for clarity of the mind either. I lived on the marina about 3 minutes from the beach and it was just so great to be able to kill a spare half-hour watching the tide roll in on the beach or strolling round the marina looking at the crazy expensive yachts and wonder who was in town.

  9. Emily

    Sounds pretty good to me right about now 🙂

  10. F. Sara

    I moved to Charleston 2 1/2 years ago and not a day has passed since where I don’t say to someone at some point in the day how lucky I feel to be here. Sure Charleston has a beautiful downtown and beaches and fantastic restaurants, but it also has an abundance of friendly, happy people with positive energy.

  11. sahra

    looove that dress!

    XO Sahra

  12. Abby

    Never been to the Seychelles, but I love Charleston. The architecture is beautiful and it has a certain charm and whimsy to it!


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    1. JEN RAMOS

      loving everything rag & bone – and those sandals…great picks!!!

  14. Vanessa

    I dream of the Seychelles. The most traveled people are always mentioning it as the highlight of all their excursions.

    In regards to relocating to Charleston or Savannah, I wholeheartedly prefer Savannah. I resided there for a while having moved to attend graduate school at SCAD. It’s charming & quaint (like Charleston), but a bit rougher around the edges. Charleston’s naughty cousin, if you will. Plus, their open container policy (picture strolling through the squares with a mint julep in hand) has them trumping Charlest on that simple law alone.

    The Travel Channel has posted a vacation faceoff: Charleston vs. Savannah.

    According to the comments, Savannah is winning! Of course I’m biased.


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