Peter Pan Syndrome

New York, New York

Life's a changin' and things are moving kids. I woke up this morning to one of my greatest friend telling me she got engaged the night before, which also happened to be the day of birth of our other wonderful  friends' new baby boy. When did everyone start doing these grown up things all of a sudden. I mean sure I'm married, but I've never embraced the notion of leaving my immature child-like wonder behind. Also, I feel like my lack of adult responsibilities really nurtures my continuing childhood. I mean I'm still in school, still don't have a 9-5 making me miserable, my husband takes care of me like you would a toddler,  and I can only handle 2 weeks of routine before leaving it behind to do something stupidly spontaneous! I need those crazy individuals I call friends to stay in the kid zone with me, to be fake adults with marriages and mortgages, but who still get more excited about going to Disney World then most actual children. Thankfully, I got myself delightfully childish, romantically adolescent, and wonderfully young minded besties. I'm so happy that the people I consider family are creating little families of their own, and I get to take part in the excitement that surrounds these momentous events. This kind of happiness dare I say, is more euphoric then any trip to Disney world... and if you know me, that's the highest form of regard this girl can dish out. Congrats to the loves of my life, on finding the loves of their lives. May none of us ever never grow up.Didn't tell you guys anything about the images from the post..oh well. Hi Aimee!

Kris Van Assche sunglasses, Marc by Marc Jacobs shirt, Zara culottes, David Yurman, Cartier, and Hermes bracelets, Apple watch, Chanel bag, and Christian Louboutin sandals.

Thank you to Aimee Song from Song Of Style for participating in our shoot!