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Giveaway || Caroline Dawn Seersucker Skirt

As you can imagine, North Carolina + summer= a sweaty sticky mess. The humidity is unreal and the heat is almost unbearable. Most mornings consist of me standing in my closet asking myself what will I sweat the least in. I usually ended up wearing some kind of skirt or dress because they tend to be the most comfy in such warm weather! 

When Caroline contacted me about collaborating, I was over the moon excited! I love her creations and I was flattered she wanted to work with me. She has so many great products on her website but one of my favorites is the Callie skirt, of course I picked the blue seersucker (shocker, right?).

The idea behind Caroline Dawn came from a problem that Caroline and tons of other girls were facing of not being able to find clothes outside of the kids section that fit properly. Being only 5’1, I have to get  practically everything tailored and hemmed (I currently have a pile of clothes in my room waiting to go to the tailor now) so it was nice to receive something in the mail that I didn’t have take to the tailor before I wore it! Caroline created so many super adorable patterns for her skirts and shorts as well as a whole new size chart that included a new size so that petite girls would have a new option.

The most impressive part? Caroline is still in college! She goes to Wofford, which is right down the road from Furman!  


Skirt- Caroline Dawn | Shirt- Kate Spade (Old) | Jean Jacket- Gap
Necklace- J. Crew Factory (Old) | Bracelet- Kate Spade | Shoes- Kate Spade 

Today I am giving away one of Caroline’s seersucker skirts! Make sure to enter and say a little prayer, because this is a good one!





  1. This is ridiculously adorable! And I love it with your Kate Spade shoes (ice cream sport and all!)

    -- Alex at Cashmere Kangaroo

  2. Obsessed with this! I have the J.Crew city mini, which is similar to this, in every color. I'm only 4'11, so I can appreciate something made for us petite girls! Do you go to Furman? I attended an ambassador conference and Furman was there, sounds like an amazing school!