This past weekend, I discovered yet another hideout in Georgetown. This small town in the Nations Capital never ceases to amaze me. I always find a different sense of comfort and belonging when I go to Georgetown. The people, the food, the ambience, I mean the eclectic energy too, takes it to another level. It feels like a small town in Europe with so much to do and so many memories to capture. I enjoy coming here because there is so much charm that keeps me in tune. I took all of this week’s blog pictures in Georgetown because I wanted to capture different sides to the city that I normally don’t. While I was preparing to shoot for this look, I came across this secluded bridge that most bikers ride on to get to the bike trails from the key bridge.
I thought it would be the perfect backdrop for this look. I recently purchased this top (alternative) from Zara when their semi-annual sale was midway through. It has a lot of breathing space because of its poplin silhouette, in addition to the fruit prints that add color and character to the top. I paired it with this skirt (alternative) from Zara as well, which is one of my favorite skirts if not my only favorite. I like wearing it in the fall with stockings and in the summer like I did here just to switch things up. I elevated this look with these heeled sandals (alternative) that I recently purchased from Mango. I will say that these shoes have been on my feet every other day since I got them in the mail. They are a chic color pop and are extremely versatile. I added another color accent to the outfit by accessorizing with this bag (alternative ) to complete the look. One trick that I have picked up on when taking pictures, is finding the perfect backdrops. Although DC is not a big city, I still try to find unique shooting locations so that I bring something different to you all each week. Happy Friday and thanks for tuning in!