Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Charleston According to my iPhone

If you've been following along, you probably know that I spent my Valentine's Day weekend in Charleston, SC. My parents decided a weekend getaway was necessary and planned the trip Thursday evening (talk about spontaneity). It was such a memorable weekend and since I love reading travel recaps, I thought I would share some of the few extra snaps I captured. 

A stop by Moon and Lola was of course necessary. I look forward to shopping here every time I visit Charleston and it always exceeds my expectations. The ambiance is so bright and colorful, and the decor is so on point (is that couch not to die for?!). I love seeing all their adorable pieces in person, and I can't help but want everything. I did happen to pick out a few prints to start my gallery wall as I felt so deeply inclined to with this inspiration.

Charleston is known for its good eats and as a proud foodie, I was loving the all the options the city had to offer. We definitely disregarded diets, splurging every meal and indulging in all the sweet treats we could find (free samples of pralines were my weakness). A delicious brunch at 82 Queen was definitely my favorite- the spinach salad was amazing!

We scheduled our Saturday around an afternoon of shopping on King Street. There are so many great shops and we ending up hitting some great sales, keeping our wallets very happy. We also did some shopping in the historic Old Slave Mart. It's a must see if your ever in Charleston; the vendors are always offering local products and items that you won't find elsewhere. 

Charleston consistently impresses me its endless eats, superb shopping, and aesthetically pleasing bridges. I'm so lucky to have spent my V Day weekend with the best Valentines (aka Mom & Dad) I could ask for in hands down one of the best cities.

Have you ever been to Charleston before?

1 comment:

  1. That sounds like such a fun weekend! I absolutely love Charleston and have been meaning to plan a trip down there soon!




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