TEXAS // 48 Hours back Home

Hey Brunchers! This weekend I made a quick 48 hour trip back to my hometown in Texas.
I went home for a charity event called Storytellers that my mom is a sponsor of. Storytellers is a unique event featuring acclaimed artists who share the stories behind their award-winning songs, and then perform them in an intimate, acoustical setting. This event provides  an amazing opportunity to hear the meaning, personalities and stories behind the music, straight from the songwriters themselves. This year we got to hear from the writers of Jesus Take the Wheel, The Climb, I Drive Your Truck, and What Hurts the Most… amoung many many more country music hits. 
Before the event I had a great time hanging out with my mom, shopping, getting some tex-mex, and buying some new boots. Lucchese and of course, that’s where I was headed. I got 2 new pairs, one is getting shipped to me and the other well they were right there on my feet.

Call me crazy but ever since I left Texas for California, I feel even more proud to be a Texan. As I am sure you all know we wear cowboy boots in Texas. No I did not ride a horse to school, and no I did not wear a cowboy hat – but boots are actually a legitimate thing. The Louboutin’s of cowboy boots are Luchesse and they are the most comfortable and beautiful boots you can ever own.
I also rocked this amazing shirt from my dear friends brand Southward Apparel. Yup Texas made me! Seriously though, these are the cutest and softest shirts you will ever get and perfect for any Southern girl. I love repping my Texas roots in LA.

Check out more of Southward’s amazing shirts below!

  • I love your boots!! I have been thinking about buying boots lately so I may need to make this reality when I go home in June.

    and you know I totally agree with you-I miss texas so much!