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Leiper’s Fork Distillery Franklin, Tennessee

April 17, 2017
leiper's fork distillery

Okay it’s official, Emily and I make it a priority to visit distilleries and vineyards wherever we travel. Last time we were in Leiper’s Fork, this whiskey distillery was not yet open, so we were hyped to check it out. The property is breathtaking. Beautiful green grass (which is always a shock to us Brooklyn chicks) and a gorgeous barn filled with delicious whiskey smells and cutie-pie pets. How adorable is Scout, the pup staring out the window? He’s happily took the tour with us. We of course always love the tasting portion, but were particularly impressed by the decor. What a great place to hang out! Also, props to whoever designed their label. Love how one of a kind it feels. Great whiskey, lovely people, and overall just an awesome place to hang out.

Check it out next time you’re in Nashville! 3381 Southall Rd, Franklin, TN 37064

xx, Abigail 


Feature, Lifestyle

Festival Season Is Upon Us

April 6, 2017


Festival season is upon us, which means you need to prepare more than just your flower crowns, crop tops, and fringe inspired looks. We teamed up with BabbleBoxx and their festival inspired box of goodies to get us ready for the upcoming season. 

Abigail and I lounged around our room in PJ Salvage matching bralettes and camis. We traded so we would each have both colors. Yes, we love to match. Yes, we do it even when we sleep. The sleepwear is so soft and comfortable. I even wore it when I woke up the next day to get breakfast at the local coffee shop! I love it because it didn’t feel like I was wearing pajamas, just a cute tank.

We both washed our hair using Renpure shampoo and conditioner. We know drinking coconut water is great for you, so we figured putting in our hair has to be great too! After a nice hot shower our hair felt super soft and cleansed. Def a shampoo/conditioner combo we’ll be using on the regular. 

La Croix has been a go to drink for us for awhile. It’s 100% natural and we love the flavors, which you can check out here. Plus, sparkling water always makes me feel fancier… any one else get those vibes? We had never tried Pepino before, and it was delicious! Sweet and sour blackberry and crisp cucumber… yum. Pomelo is tangy and sweet a mouth watering mix of pink grapefruit and cantaloupe. 

Clear Eyes pure relief multi system is always in our bag at a festival. Our eyes always get super dusty, we’re in the sun all day and let’s be real… we’re up all night. Plus, we really love that this is the first preservative free eye drop in a multi dose bottle at retail in the US! I don’t know about you guys, but that to me is a major factor when purchasing any product I’ll be putting in my eyes. A $3 coupon is available at 

Who wears short shorts? Everyone at festivals wear short short! These Nad’s ultra smoothing, exfoliating wax strips are infused with pomegranate and grapefruit, which is good for sensitive skin. So, if you’re like us… you need these. 

 About half way through the day I need a sugar boost, so I always like to pack a little candy. I’m obsessed with Sour Punch Raging Reds (reds are always the best flavors: strawberry, watermelon, cherry and raspberry, right?!) You can grab a pack at Target! 

We love this BabbleBoxx because they literally thought of everything! We are all set for festival season. Who is with us?! 


 This post is sponsored by on behalf of Single Edition Media. 



Feature, Lifestyle, travel

Taste Washington Oxbow Farm

April 1, 2017
chef josh henderson

farm life

farm to table

oxbow farm seattle

oxbow farm washington

oxbow farm

taste washington farm

vintage ford tractor

Last weekend we had the pleasure of traveling to Seattle thanks to Visit Seattle for the Taste Washington events. If you don’t know what it is, imagine three days of the best food and wine from all over Washington. Probably the best way to be introduced to a new city and state. One of our first adventures was a trip to Oxbow Farm to sip cider and wine, tour the farm, and revel in a farm to table meal by Chef Josh Henderson. Feast your eyes on that salmon.

It was such a rejuvenating day being out in nature and getting mud all over our boots. We try to escape New York City as much as possible to experience moments like this. Expect to see a lot more travel and outdoor adventures on our blog this year, and stay tuned this week for more of our amazing visit to Seattle!

xx, Abigail