Booo, these are the last of my photos from when my best friends came to visit! Sad face. On the last day we kept it local in Queen Anne and just mosied up and down the hills of my neighborhood, equal parts peeking at the Seattle skyline and craning our necks to catch all the pretty, hodge-podge houses set up like building blocks on the winding roads. Poor Lina was in day three of wearing heeled boots, a fact that made me and Tom laugh as we had her hike up and down with us.
After getting sufficiently sweaty, we decided to hightail it for a last lunch together, to which Lina asked "Are we taking a bus there?"
"Oh...okay" *face crumples*
Somehow she still loves us.
SHIRT: c/o Bijou Vintage Bazaar| BEANIE: c/o Fall Code| JACKET: J Crew| MAXI: Topshop| BOOTS: Macy's (Lucky Brand)
And what better thing to wear during long strolls around the city than a beanie and a plaid shirt? The plaid shirt is from Bijou Vintage Bazaar, and last time I wore it I went for a lumberjane look similar to this one. As I was styling it the second time around, I originally reached for a mustard yellow pair of high-waisted pants and even wore it for a couple of hours as I was working from home. But every time I passed by the mirror (i.e. went out of my way to check myself out in it) I felt kind of...off. But why- colors are my jam! It seems to me like my style might be going towards a more tame route, but I can't help but add in a quirky touch here and there. Like my knit pompom beanie from Fall Code. I can't get over how cute pompom beanies look with dresses and skirts during the cooler months, which is why Fall Code nearly made me pass out with their selections, haha.