Over the next week, I’ll be continuing to share with you little snippets of our trip last weekend to Charleston. As I mentioned in a previous post, we were only there for a couple of days, and I barely felt like we even scratched the surface of how much there is to do in Charleston! When Ryan and I went downtown shoot some photos one morning, it literally took us an hour to move past the same block. Each driveway seemed to tell a different story – each with it’s own unique landscaping and style.
As we wandered past the houses and snapped photos, I constantly found myself imaging what sort of person lived in each. I dreamed up each houses’ owner and their personal style based on the landscaping and coloring of each home. This home was one in particular that I loved. As in, I dreamed up myself as the owner of this one!
Between the slate sidewalk out front, the giant ivy-covered pillars, intricate fencing, and just a sliver of the front door peering out from all of the greenery that secluded the home from the rest of the world, I was instantly ready to move in. There was something so magical and mysterious about this one – hence why we immediately stopped and it became the location we snapped photos of this equally as lovely lavender lace dress from Anthropologie at Durham.
Photos by Ryan Sides
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