Monday, November 24, 2014

I probably wouldn't know you

This weekend Abby hosted a Friendsgiving and it was amazing! Her family and friends were so kind and welcoming. Plus they made amazing food and her husband made the best apple pie I've ever had. Rachel, her husband, and their adorable daughter, Eden were also there. Which meant I got to spend the evening chatting with them and playing with the baby. It was so delicious, fun, and perfect because my parents will be out of town for Thanksgiving. And we all know Thanksgiving is the best holiday because food.

I thrifted this dress last summer in Columbus and while I don't wear it often, I absolutely adore it when I do. It was 60 degrees today so it felt nice to pretend it's still the season of wearing short/thin dresses.




Outfit Details:
Dress: Thrifted
Jacket: Revival
Tights: American Apparel
Shoes: ModCloth (swapped)
Belt: Thrifted

15 comments on "I probably wouldn't know you "
  1. You have the best style! I love how you can piece it all together.

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  2. Love it - as per usual. Glad friendsgiving was fun!

    -Chelsea
    chelsandthecity.blogspot.com

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  3. I'm not big on Thanksgiving actually but spending the time with family and friends is the best! I love that jacket and skirt together!

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  4. I actually prefer Friendsgiving to more family oriented stuff, tbh. I don't really have any family, and hanging out with someone else's tends to feel weird. A good group of friends getting together and hanging out just feels nice and low stress.
    Love those boots with this luck. The green is a really fun, unexpected touch with the dress.

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    1. You totally are right -- friends stuff is always more fun!

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  5. I need to get myself a leather jacket! I love how yours (and oh, especially that beautiful white number you have) look when paired with more feminine or girly pieces, like floral. It makes for a great juxtaposition. And that Friendsgiving sounds magical, what a wonderful way to spend the day!

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    1. A leather jacket is the best accessory.

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  6. I'm so glad you and Nicole could make it! Thanks again for coming and for making friendship bracelets with Stephanie. I'm very sad I didn't get to try any of your pumpkin pie.

    _Abby
    bottesdeleanor.blogspot.com/

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  7. This skirt is really cute! And I love how your combinned it with the leather jacket and the boots, making it ready for Winter :)
    Really nice blog you have!
    xx

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