peonies are not in season but i couldn't resist these blooms to brighten up the gray days of winter. casey's flower studio in the west village always has a variety of beautiful flowers (usually at a reasonable price) so i wasn't surprised to find peonies in a range of pinks.
beacon hill in boston over thanksgiving was as charming as ever. the streets were bedecked in twinkling christmas lights, and as always, interesting door knockers like this petite pineapple. i also stopped by tucker blair's 111 charles street pop up. it had the feel of a perfectly rugged, polished new england cabin yet made me long for nantucket. i picked up a needlepoint lobster key fob.
toby's estate opened in the west village. you need to stop by for a beautiful latte (or their insanely good chai), doughnut plant doughnuts, and their cute pink chairs.
surf's up in williamsburg at one of my favorite shops, pilgrim surf + supply. they rotate their boards every so often and although i am not a surfer, the intense color inspiration is hard to top.
pool reflections in montauk from our trip in september. take me back!
birthday bouquet from my mom last month! again, not in season but worth every pretty penny.
bundled up in navy wool for the season ahead. i picked out this beautiful coat when i was in charleston from hampden clothing. the fur collar is detachable (and not to mention very warm).
PS, a collection of my photos are being sold as prints! i've teamed up with my dear friend mackenzie on this and we're both really excited. the prints are 8 x 8 (perfect for a gallery wall) — shop them here!