Why Georgia

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Story time! If you follow me on Instagram or Twitter, you may have noticed a change of scenery in the past week, not to mention radio silence on the blog (sorry!). A little over a week ago, I was going about my usual business when I got a call out of nowhere asking me to come work on a super exciting project down in Kingsland, GA - a quiet town in the south eastern tip of the state. It's a heart warming documentary series called Lovetown, USA for OWN with BBC about what happens when you swoop into a small rural town and get everyone involved to spread love in all sorts of different ways. I had to catch a flight the very next day to be gone for three weeks. Do not pass Go, do not collect $200. Needless to say, it was an opportunity not to be missed so I packed up my colored jeans, v-neck tees, and my new "conquer anything" boots and shipped out. It's been an amazing experience dressing the show's love experts and doing fun makeovers,  frequent runs down to Jacksonville, FL (the closest place for wardrobe options), making tons of new friends, and drinking my daily Dunkin Donuts vanilla cinnamon medium iced latte. It's definitely a game changer and I couldn't be more thrilled to be a part of such an amazing show. Thanks for your patience while I'm busy styling outfits of Frye boots (might need a pair of these as a memento), rain-appropriate colorful jackets (we had tornado warnings yesterday), and as many hearts as I can gather. Instagram is where you can find me most frequently while I'm here (@thelifestyled) but I've got plenty to share so I'll continue to try to steal blogging moments until we wrap in 8 days.

Georgia Love print on Etsy