The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC
Raise your hand if you sometimes live in procrastination nation. ? I have been working so much that getting these photos to you has a serious time delay. Last October I took a trip with my family and my boyfriend to visit the Biltmore Estate Biltmore Estate in Asheville. I was so excited to go, partially because I got to introduce my boyfriend to North Carolina, and partially because even though I lived in NC for most of my life, I’d never been to the Biltmore Estate!
Location: Asheville, North Carolina – Outfit Details:
7 For All Mankind Jeans // Vintage Como Flannel (similar, similar) // Steve Madden Watch // Tantino Sunnies // Multicolor Converse (similar plain, similar patterned) // VJL Jewelry
I threw on my most comfortable jeans and a flannel shirt and we set off for a day of exploring! Let me just say now, that I’m NOT a jeans person. They have about a three hour window on my body, and then I’ve gotta take them off. With that said, these magical jeans are some of the ONLY jeans that have ever stayed on my body for a whole day. They’re SO comfortable. I think the mistake I made before was buying cheap jeans. You really get what you pay for, and designer quality jeans are worth it! Especially because this pair is on sale for under $85 – do yourself a favor, and seriously check them out. Alright, that’s my jeans PSA, for the day! lol
Everything was just beautiful. The Biltmore Estate is really popular all year round, because in the winter they do a stunning Christmas display, in the fall all of the trees on the mountains are changing colors, and in the summer all the flowers are in full bloom! It’s really stunning any time you visit. We went just before the trees changed and were welcomed in with beautiful rolling green hills, and a blue sky that just wouldn’t quit! I was in such a state of bliss – I had my family, my boyfriend, and a perfect view the entire trip! I would love to see the Biltmore Estate during the other times of the year, but I was really happy with when we went. It wasn’t too hot or too cold – everything was fantastic. I could seriously get used to this view. It has 250 rooms… I mean, I could totally move in if my dreams weren’t keeping me in LA. ?
All of the architecture was intricate and beautiful. A lot of times I find myself thinking places overseas have the only stunning architecture in the world, but I’m constantly finding new places here in the U.S. that are amazing as well! The interiors were just as beautiful as the exterior! There were so many windows and even this large skylight that allowed so much light to enter the rooms. As beautiful as all of the exteriors were, this room really took my breath away. There were plants in the center under the glass ceiling and around all of the plants were hallways that led to different rooms in the house. After we were done making our way through the estate we went out through the gift shop and, for my mum, we took a last look at some more of the gorgeous flowers. It was definitely a good way to say goodbye! We waved goodbye to this little lion statue that welcomed us into the Biltmore Estate and watched us leave. He’s such a cute little guy! It was such a wonderful trip, and if you ever find yourself in Asheville it’s definitely a spot worth checking out. Everything from the inside of the estate, to the greenhouses and flowers, to the scenic trails around the estate were so much fun to see! It really was a great vacation. Thanks for reading and traveling with me back through time to revisit my trip to the Biltmore Estate. Where is the next stop on your travel bucket list?
CarolJune 13, 2017 at 3:43 pm
I loved reading about your visit to Biltmore. You look fabulous!
adminJune 13, 2017 at 7:09 pm
Thank you so much, it was such a great trip!!
BrittJune 16, 2017 at 5:27 pm
The flannel is such a classic look!
adminJune 17, 2017 at 1:28 am
Thank you – it’s a great casual style!
LuyandaJune 17, 2017 at 7:41 am
250 rooms woooooow. It really is beautiful
adminJune 21, 2017 at 2:30 am
It really is impressive!