This was a big month! Not a lot of outfit posts, because, let’s face it– March isn’t the most exciting time to buy clothes, but we do have the chance to reflect on New York, Milan, London, and Paris Fashion Weeks! With Spring in the air, you will see some more outfits from me this April! Yay! Bring on the warm weather!!! Photo Credits: Anne Yarbrough Photography
March 1st: What I Wore – Raccoon Sweater + Mustard Cords
March 8th: Anthropologie Frenchie Sweater + Red Michael Kors Rain Boots
March 18th: Cheers Dublin! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
March 20th: Saying Goodbye to Winter
March 27th: What I Wore – Plaid Dress & Frye Boots
Gary and I celebrated our Valentine’s Day by enjoying our last night in the home we’ve been living in for almost two years (the same home I spent the first 18 years of my life in). Living with my husband in my childhood home was kind of strange at first (i.e. sleeping in the same room my parents did, not hearing my brother stomping through the house, or not seeing my mom out on the front porch swing) but we ultimately enjoyed our time in the woods 😉 Now it’s time for a new chapter with our move to The Golden Isles!
So, for our last night in Hoboken, GA I picked up a pizza and a six pack of Peroni (because it’s the perfect beer to drink with Pizza) as we enjoyed a final winter fire together and discussed our new adventure.
Anne Yarbrough (view more of her amazing work here) was sweet enough to come out to our house a couple of months ago to take some photos of us and our dogs in our natural habitat. I will always look back on them as a reminder of this amazing chapter 😉
My Outfit: Blanket Scarf from Wild Souls // Cotton Sweater, similar here // Pixie Pants from Wild Souls // Frye 8R Engineer Boots
One of the most controversial sirens of the silver screen turns 80 today 😉 Brigitte Bardot’s career began as a French model at the age of 15 and escalated her into a successful cinema career. To this day she remains one of the most photographed stars of all time. Off camera her life was a myriad of dramas: marriages, affairs, divorces, nervous breakdowns, and an attempted suicide.
After Brigitte left the movie business she pulled it all together and devoted her life to animal rights by standing up for animals who were threatened and abused a cause she remains committed to. As a member of the extreme right party in France, her politics seem to be as controversial as her career. However, through all the criticisms, Brigitte Bardot remains one of the most influential icons of all time. Her style continues to inspire women everywhere… Including us here at Wild Souls 😉