5.19.2014

Over the Weekend, Blogger Play Date

Over the Weekend a fellow member of the Southern Blog Society, Breck with Whim of the South, visited DC for a girls day in Georgetown. Breck and I decided to plan the typical "blogger play date," making sure there were plenty of photo opportunities along the way.


We started the morning off with a Starbucks latte, of course, and headed across the street to DryBar Georgetown. Neither Breck or I had ever been to DryBar, but had been dying to give it a try. It was an absolutely hair-raising experience in a good way (see what I did there, ha!)! Stay tuned later this week for a post on what I thought of this popular blowout salon.

Once our hair was blown out and as big as can be, we took a stroll through Georgetown searching for the best location to take some outfit photos. We stumbled upon the perfect location; a hidden row house covered in ivy.


The gorgeous brick sidewalk, ivy covered home and a bold black door, mad for a picture perfect setting. We snapped a few photos, and shared some laughs from all the passerby's staring!

To round out the perfect "blogger" day, we visited another blogger friend and co-founder of Southern Blog Society, Cathy with Poor Little It Girl. We of course took a few more photos before Breck and I finished the day with a Dean & DeLuca lunch and macarons from Olivia Macaron.



It was a fun blogger play date and so wonderful to finally meet the lady behind Whim of the South. Y'all be sure to check out her fabulous blog, and learn more about this sweet southern lady! I always love a blogger play date, because there is absolutely zero judgement when it comes to taking photos and being on our phones constantly, ha! Our girls day in Georgetown was the perfect way to end the weekend.

Did you do anything fun over the weekend?

kristyn
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