DC Travel Diary and a New Boutique

A few weekends ago I made a quick trip to Washington DC to see a few friends. I love visiting cities that I know someone who lives there. They have the best recommendations on what to do, eat etc. And in this case, I was able to stay with them so I got to see them more and my accommodations were free!

The rooftop of my friends' apartment has an incredible view of the city, including the capital building. I decided it was the best place to take a few pics of the romper I wore all day. Although I have several stores that I shop at on a consistent basis, I'm always looking for new places. I especially like to find smaller boutiques with items I can't find everywhere.   Babe Supply co is a new online shop that my cousin recently opened. The store has easy pieces that are great for after work or weekends and at such a good price point.

This romper, in particular, is one of my favorite pieces I bought from Babe Supply Co. The romper is sooo soft and the lace details make it special. I wore this on a long day of brunch, shopping and then dinner on the apartment rooftop. I'll be featuring more from this store on the blog soon. Check out their instagram too! (babesupplyco)

I have been to DC a couple times so on this trip I was able to focus on seeing my friends and didn't worry about needing to see all the monuments and museums and could just focus on seeing a couple things. My friends had to work the first day I was there so I spent some time the morning on my own. I walked to the capital with breakfast in hand, then slowly made my way along the national mall. I stopped to take a few pics and really enjoyed the morning. 

I had an 11:30 ticket to the Holocaust museum (only during the summer months do you need a ticket). I new it would be emotional and sometimes hard, but I've been wanting to go to this museum for awhile. I highly recommend it to every single person. I could talk about it for hours! It is informative, touching and so impactful. One of the goals of the museum is education. Thru education we can hope to prevent anything like this every happening again. I didn't really take many pictures at the museum but did want to share these.

Kara Krittenbrink

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