So, I wore a tee shirt, folks. No big deal, nothing to write home about probably. Simply put, it’s what I wore today. But, the thing to gush over is my new clogs. I absolutely love clogs. I’m a clog fan. Maybe not for every day bike riding, but perfectly cute to wear about town.
Let’s get back to talking like adults about the weather AND all things fall. Because that IS what we talk about on this blog, apparently? In the spirit of the season, we carved a pumpkin, have been drinking a lot of warm coffee and tea and have been getting the house decorated for fall and ready for my parents to come stay with us for the weekend. As usual, it’s been busy, yet rewarding – the house is cleaner than its been in some time and the weather is perfect for fashion and family!
It is a newly released hybrid brand apple that debuted in 2009. It is a pinkish apple consisting of a yellow background that is intermittent with red coloration. The surface of the apple has several distinguishing visual characteristics, with freckle-like white lenticels.
So we tried an expensive apple today…the SweeTango apple…not Sweet Tango apple. I have to get that right. It is quite delicious, and tart but sweet and has a hint of spice at the end. The boys loved it. And why wouldn’t they love an almost $2 apple? I ask you?
Well, my baby brother Connor graduated this weekend!! And it was lovely, and tear filled and so we have a post coming up with all that in it. But this post has nothing to do with all of that. So, he did indeed graduate and there are pictures because my mom did say a million times…”Heather Nichole, there better be pictures!” So, yeah Mom, I took many pictures.
So, while everyone was scurrying about with graduation plans and celebrations, I was simply trying to keep out of the way. What better way to do so than to take some pictures for myself. I thought, “hey I have a blog, and I do enjoy fashion, right?” So, here is an outfit post for the new week. Nothing new in particular, just stripes and a hat. ‘Cause when your hair is in the transition stage between not quite short but not long enough…you put a hat on it!
And, so it is…What I wore this one day over the weekend!
Oh, hello there “summer”. Summer for Texas that is, because spring is a very brief season in our fair state. It’s entirely unpredictable, as a couple of hours later it decided to storm and launch tornadoes and sling hail on all of us. But for the first part of the day, it was summery, full of sunshine and clear skies all around. Such weather is when a crop top needed to be worn, I think. Of course, with a denim jacket thrown over. Two outfit post in a row!
And of course we are praying for the people affected by the storms, while we were pretty safe. Also, while we are at it…let’s hope to the heavens that this weekend will be comfy and clear. We are planning to attend the Dallas Asian Festival. We have never been and are pretty excited to experience the foods, sights and sounds! Friday evening can’t get here soon enough!
Sometimes you can’t traipse through a giant magical forest to get an outfit picture…so, sometimes you just have the side of your house. And that can work, right…right? This is just a snap shot of a little color blocking I did for this first Wednesday of February.
I bought this skirt, oh about two years ago and never had a chance to wear it…initially, I kind of hated it, but the real beauty of vintage is loving pieces that you can pick out on a whim and end up loving them later for an entirely different reason.
The week is flying by as we get closer daily to the big move and the walls are becoming less filled and boxes are being procured. Emory doesn’t know what to think, and we are sure he will be a mess for a bit with new changes in the air. And what better way to pack than to throw on a good Nina Simone record and pack pack pack away! Here is to working for the weekend.
Outfit Description- Blouse-xx1, Vintage Skirt-Goodwill, Booties-xx1
I don’t think I ever tire of exploring our Botanic Gardens. Each and every time there is still so much to discover. Which is lovely as my favorite time to wander around the gardens and woods is Fall time. We have been waiting quite anxiously for the leaves to really change in an overt way. And POOF! On this, 11/11/11, they did indeed. It was inspiring, peaceful and just the time needed to breathe. That being said, I don’t think we can be more ready for Thanksgiving to come around.
Hello, last 50 days of the year…we’re ready for you.
P.S. This is what I wore today, I picked this vintage floral dress up when I really scored at Goodwill the other day. I thought because it was floral I might have to wait until next year, but really, who wrote that rule?! Not me, so I wore it with tights and a scarf to “Autumn” it up just a wee bit. It may be my favorite dress of November, that is until I wear a lovely navy polka dot dress I found, then that one will sure to be my favorite! Cheers.
I’ve worn all of these clothes many, many, many times. Maybe that is the case because they are a part of my favorites, all vintage and/or thrifted items, the button down being the sole exception. So, all that to say that this is what I wore today! It’s been busy around here as we have been deciding what we want our Christmas tree theme is this holiday season that seems to be spreading as a theme throughout the house. The holidays are not a sprint for us, as we start at Halloween and treat it like a nice long stroll all the way through January 2nd. Much fun, many pictures to take and winter clothes to experiment with.
Now fashion and decorating is all fun and good, but the most important thing we did today was give to to Operation Homefront at our local Dollar Tree store, where we were able to ensure that a lot of military kids in need would have a toy or 10 (with your help!) on Christmas. We will be returning weekly till Christmas! We love the spirit of giving. It just feels right.
Outfit Description: Vintage Jacket-Flea Market, Blouse-xx1, Vintage Skirt-Thrift Town, Vintage Boots-Goodwill