Wedding day prep part two: the boots

I grew up listening to Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton and countless other country divas. When I first started talking I also started singing. And I remember the first time I stood on a stage knowing that I could never do anything else.

My first pair of boots were black. The second I put them on and twirled in them I couldn’t wait to wear them on stage one day. Now years later when picking a shoe for my wedding day, cowboy boots wear not only an option, they were the perfect and only choice! I also wanted my bridesmaids to share the same joy that I felt when I got my first pair.

Thanks to my friends over at Durango boots I was able to make this dream happen. I received the most amazing pair of boots! I could sleep next to them, I love them so much. So here is a sneak peak.. Watch my first ever haul!

On the go accessory

File Apr 29, 12 21 05 AMThey say diamonds are a girl’s best friend, and I’m not gonna lie, I really love the one Tim got me, it’s beautiful and perfect. Still, I think that for the working girl, juggling career, health, love life, and social life, there are a couple things fighting for that “best friend” position.  Hats and dry shampoo are at the very least close friends. Haha! Seriously though, what else can make a girl who is traveling, making music, and planning a wedding like a maniac look suddenly polished and put together? I met this black fedora at a cute boutique in East Nashville called Pauli’s Place, and it has been a very good friend to me.

Fringe Cuff

File Apr 29, 12 02 02 AMGary Allen has this amazing store in Nashville called The Label.  It was opened primarily to cater to the men in this town who were in need of some rockin unique clothing options, and I am SO thankful that they have expanded into the realm of women’s clothing as well! This fringe cuff is just one of many items that I have fallen in love with from The Label. You know my fringe obsession. In this pic, I’m wearing it on my left wrist. Lately, I’ve been wearing it on my right wrist (my guitar strumming wrist) and it adds movement and interest to my look on stage.

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