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I got home late last night after an epic bachelorette weekend in Charleston. My brain might still be as fuzzy as the iPhone photo above, but man do I love my friends! The weather was gorgeous, the the company second to none, and our glasses were definitely never less than half full. We danced the night away and spent the next morning laughing still our stomachs hurt.
The bride-to-be and I had a late flight out of Charleston so we went to see The Great Gatsby. The costumes, the music, the party scenes, Leo(!!)–sensory overload in the best of ways! I left the weekend loving my friends even more and with renewed determination to someday call Charleston home. Can’t every weekend be so perfect?
I’m completely enamored with the still lifes of Charleston based artist Lulie Wallace. My personal favorite is “Flowers for Abigail” (shown at top) but I’d be thrilled to have any piece of her work hanging on my walls. Let’s add visiting Lulie’s studio to my list of reasons why I need to pack up and move south. To be honest, I hardly need much convincing!
P.S Lulie also has a blog which you should definitely add to your reader– I already have!
I guess I’m not quite ready to commit to the cooler temperatures here in DC because next week I’m headed south to sunny Charleston, SC. It’ll be my first visit to this charming city so I’d be extremely grateful for any and all recommendations. I’ll only be in town for a long weekend so I’d like to pack in as much as possible. So lovely readers… what can’t I miss? I’d love to hear your suggestions on places to shop shop shop, sights to see, and most importantly where to eat!
P.S Brunch at the famed Hominy Grill
is definitely on our agenda!