A Trip Down Memory Lane

I love to procrastinate, and sorting through my Google Reader {who so sadly no longer exists} was no different. Here I was, with one week until d-day, and I finally made a Bloglovin account. Luckily, moving over my subscriptions was easy. Unluckily, I could not figure out for the life of my how to find a home for all of my starred items. I went through a bunch of tutorials before finally jumping the gun and sorting through everything I have starred since 2011.

My first thoughts? This. sucks.

However, before I knew it, I was lost in everything that has been inspiring me the last two years, and I was totally enamored with how much my style has changed AND how much it has stayed the same. I had to share my favorite stars of my trip down memory lane, the evolution of my style.

Warning: this is a long, picture heavy post. I narrowed it down a LOT (I even didn’t include all the puppy photos I’ve starred over the years!).

Breakfast at Tiffanys

 

Juergen Teller

City Overlook

backless chiffon dress

Jeff Marsh

Peaches

Cotton

Get Drunk

Farmhouse Yard

10 Things that Matter

Farmhouse - Ten Broeck Cottage

Gated Farmhouse

Howie

Farmhouse

Maine Home

Plantation Home

Oak Alley

Grand Entry

Entry by Justin Bishop

Industrial Kitchen

Gold Stripes

Indian Inlay

Life is Either a Daring Adventure or Nothing

Saltwater

Still from Breakfast at Tiffany’s//Cordula Reyer::Juergen Teller//City Lights:: Rosa Clara//Backless Chiffon Dress::One and Only Photography//Dancing with String Lights:: Jeff Marsh Creative//Peaches:: Simply Bloom Photography//Cotton Wedding::via Style Me Pretty//Get Drunk by Charles Baudelaire:: Picture Source Unknown*//Pup in a Pool::Picture Source Unknown*//10 Things That Matter More::Picture Source Unknown*// Ten Broeck Cottage:: Messana O Rorke // Gated Farmhouse:: Picture Source Unknown* // American Home:: Howie Guja// Period Home:: G. P. Schafer Architect, PLLC// Maine Home ft. in Vogue:: François Halard//Southern Plantation:: Dream House Source//Oak Alley Plantation//Grand Entry:: Amelia Handegan//Entry:: Justin Bishop//Industrial Kitchen:: Stanley Dixon//Gold Stripes::Farrow & Ball//Indian Inlay Stencil::Domestic Imperfection//Helen Keller Print:: Print and Be Merry // Saltwater Print:: Maechevrette

 

Confession: These are only my favorite pictures. Stay tuned for my favorite links :)

 

*A lot of these images came from Tumblr, and despite long back URL searches, I could not for the life of me find the original source. If you know the source, please message me so I can give credit where credit is due!

3 thoughts on “A Trip Down Memory Lane

  1. So fun, Shelby! I went through the same thing when I switched to Feedly. Not loving Feedly, though, and still missing Readers something bad :(

    1. Oh no Feedly isn’t good? I really do like Bloglovin so far, but of course there are things I miss about Reader. I have my archive saved to my desktop and no clue what to do with it! hah!

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