I found this lovely neutral lace dress from LC Lauren Conrad's collection and thought it would make a perfect addition for holiday parties, work or pretty much any occasion. The color was the perfect shade of taupe. Taupe is not a color I usually one I gravitate towards - it has just a little too much gray in it for my taste. But, the fit of dress was like a glove. I thought it would be perfect to wear with my pale pink bag from Ted Baker.
I used to work in Downtown Houston a few times a week since I had clients there, but haven't been as much since I transferred to a new job that has me in the Energy Corridor on the west side of town. I love it when I have the chance to go downtown. There is something about seeing all the men dressed in suits, couriers on bikes and women having brunch on the patio... it's a completely different vibe from other parts of town. Downtown there is this energy and the sight of 75 story buildings gives you a feeling unlike others.
I love to travel and love the outdoors, but since I was a little girl I always dreamed of living in a big city. I I wanted to be in the middle of the hustle and bustle of all of the people and business. I knew living in a big city was for me. Houston is a great place and there are so many different flavors of life here. I absolutely love being a part of this place and look forward to discovering new places and new scenes. Most of these photographs were taken near Market Square Park. I usually park near there since it's right off of Louisiana Street which many of my old clients reside. It's a pretty little area with a floral tiled fountain and in the very middle you can pick up yummy giro's from Nikko Nikko.
I'm working on an upcoming series about Traveling Your City - but in the meantime you can find several of my snaps on Instagram with the hashtag #travelyourcity and #threeheelclickstravel. I'm hoping to have some new stuff posted at the early part of the year on this topic. Travel is something so near and dear to my heart. One of my biggest goals for 2016 is to explore more, even if it's just here in Houston.