I don’t even know where to begin. It has been three (!) months since my last post. How does this blogging thing work again?
Over the course of the winter and spring, I continued to take outfit photos for the blog/Instagram. However, they never seemed to make it to an actual post! I can get pretty lazy with this stuff, especially since I am ALWAYS busy (two jobs, and dance classes 2-3 times per week).
I think I’m ready to get back into the swing of things, starting today! (haha, lets see how long this lasts!)
Just be patient as I go through the archives and post some out-of-season looks 🙂
I wore this back in March when Dave and I went to Chinatown for hot pot. Man, I do love good hot pot!
It was one of the first warm days of the spring season, which in Boston means it wasn’t a snowstorm. I wore this dress – one of my first ModCloth purchases – and an awesome Back to the Future pin from ThinkGeek:
Look! Marty is in there!
Dress: Modcloth Floral Field Day Dress in Chambray (Bea & Dot)
Boots: Aerosoles Gather Round Suede Boots
Pins: ThinkGeek Back to the Future Collectible Pin Set
Headband: Charming Charlie Kendal Intertwined Headband
Wow, two posts within one week?! Haha.
I’m happy to finally be getting some older photos up on the blog – these ones are from October. It must have been a warm day though, since it looks like I was dressed for summer!
In April, a colleague of mine told me about Thread and Groove – a record vendor event at Mill No. 5 in Lowell. She knows that Dave and I have a (smallish) record collection and are always on the lookout for more, so we definitely needed to check it out!
When my parents were recently up in Boston, we made sure to check out Patriot Place and Gillette Stadium. I heard it was cool, but since I’m not a football fan I wasn’t sure if I would appreciate any of it.
Ever since I first saw this dress on ModCloth, I have referred to it as the “Bob Ross Dress.” The mountains…the fluffy clouds…the happy little trees…this thing has “Bob Ross” written all over it. All it needs is his signature in the lower corner, done in some thinned-down red paint.
I know – things are getting confusing here on the blog.
When Dave and I were in NJ for Thanksgiving, his parents suggested taking a drive to Delaware to visit the Winterthur estate.