This post comes from our blog intern, Aubrie!
I’ve lived in Philadelphia for nearly three months, and, while I won’t call myself a local, I feel as though I’ve finally begun the process of settling into something of a routine. Read More
It happens every year. Another 365 days pass, and that point in time comes back around that marks a new age. Read More
My friends mean everything to me. Read More
As a new summer begins, I can’t help but think about the past. Read More
It starts as a the faintest of feelings. Read More
Work had me situated in New York at the end of last week. Read More
Take me back to a few beautiful weeks spent exploring parts of South America. To the very tail end of a summer-long trip. 15 countries down, 2 to go: Argentina and Brazil. Read More
A friend’s birthday celebration had me located on Long Beach Island this weekend. I woke early Saturday morning and wandered down to the shore. For something so packed in the high of summer, the winter has turned the island into a desolate patch of sand and sea. Read More
Last week, I took a day for myself. One day to do as I pleased. Mostly, I cleaned. I cleaned so very much. Yes, I cleaned because I needed to, but I also cleaned because I wanted to. I did so at such a slow place that, I can honestly say, it was enjoyable.
Yesterday was one of the coldest days we’ve had in quite some time on the East Coast, but we bundled ourselves up and made our way to New York City for a day with five of our amazing FP Me users! We had such a great time hanging out with these girls at our 5th avenue store as they tried on clothes and styled outfits for a shoot coming soon to the blog – stay tuned ;). The holiday display at 5th ave is breathtaking – and it’s actually now for sale, so if you want to snap up some of these gorgeous decorations for use next holiday season, contact your local store to get more details! After braving the cold for some street style shots, it was on the train back to Philly. Here are a few snaps from the day, and check back next Friday for the full post! Read More
Remember the days when it seemed that everyone you needed was just a few doors away? When your family members were the first people you saw when you woke up in the morning, and the last before going to sleep? When a day without seeing your best friends was impossible, because even if you shared no classes at all, you’d be sure to run into them in the hallway? Read More