And Just Like That, Summer Ends











top: Banana Republic Milly collab, similar // jeans: Joe’s Jeans // boots: Old West // spurs: Smith Brothers // bracelets: David Yurman & Hermes // ring: David Yurman

Another summer has come and gone, and I can’t believe it. I think for the most part a lot of y’all know that I am a horsey girl. I have been for as long as I could walk and Scout (my horse) has been in my life since I was 8 and I’m going on 22 in just a few weeks. Every summer, I come home to do what I love and that’s riding and being surrounded by Scout and even more horses. This summer has kept me busier than ever with blogging, working, daily horse responsibilities and an online class. I will admit that 3 months flew by faster than they usually do and I am beside myself about leaving and going back to school. Saying bye to my horse is my absolute least favorite goodbye aside from my family and this year it seems harder than ever. I am so beyond blessed for all of the support and amazing opportunities my family allows me to do which I think makes it so hard.

 Alright time to stop being emotional and get to the point.

I figured I would share with y’all an equestrian outfit post..and show y’all a side of me you have really never seen. I had the pleasure of shooting with my friend Kelsey of Natural Flash Images! This is something I do every summer with Scout now that we are both getting older (Scout is 20). I love to look back on these memories and photos to see how we both change. I could seriously ramble on all day about horses but I don’t want to bore y’all…


I put on a fancy pair of blue jeans, my best jewels, one of my favorite tops and of course, one of my many pairs of cowboy boots! I think I have told y’all plenty of times how O-B-S-E-S-S-E-D I am with cowboy boots. And yes, I call them cowboy boots..they are NOT cowgirl boots. The term “cowgirl boots” is my #1 pet peeve besides chipped nails, it’s a pretty close tie. I hope y’all enjoyed my horsey/fashion photoshoot 🙂

After all Scout is the Shotguns to my Seashells.



I met Scout on a hot summer day 14 years ago, he thought my hair was hay and the rest was history after that


5 thoughts on “And Just Like That, Summer Ends

  1. That’s so sweet! I love my senior guy too! I love that you get pictures with him every summer! I always preach to my clients how important it is to have those tangible memories with your horse! 🙂

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