Our D.C. stop was at the one and only Jonathan Adler in gorgeous Georgetown (seriously, so much house porn- I could totally live there- reminds me so much of Boston’s own Beacon Hill).
Was so thrilled to see my book in one of my favorite stores- atop one of my most loved dining tables and accessorized by the amazing new Globo boxes I’m obsessed with!!! It was surreal for sure (like this whole experience has been).
I went a little more casual in the outfit department this time, since it was raining.
The crowd was AWESOME. So awesome. It was amazing to meet so many readers from the area. Andrew was busy chatting everyone up in line and snapped this great shot for me!
One incredible reader waited in line at Baked & Wired for an hour so she could bring me D.C.’s best cupcakes to try (unbelievably sweet)- and let me tell you- they were MIND BLOWING. Best cupcakes I’ve ever had. I tried all of them while sitting in my hotel room at 10:30 p.m.- not the best idea right before you go try to sleep!
After the party I met up with some Miss Porter’s classmates I haven’t seen in YEARS for dinner at Martyn’s- which happens to be where Jackie O (a MPS alum too) got engaged to JFK! So cool. :)
Then we were off to Atlanta the next morning to do a signing at Ballard Designs! I order from Ballard ALL THE TIME for my clients (and myself) and have never seen their store so this was super fun for me! I loved the little table they set up for me…
The Atlanta crowd! :)
Now we’re off to Raleigh to hand with Jaime and the Furbish Studio crew tonight from 6-8! Come on down if you are int he area!