If you've ever wondered what I'm always looking at in my photos, it's probably one of my children. And now you can see why.
Hat: Madewell (similar here) // Coat: vintage Woolwich (cute current Woolwich coat here or cozy blanket print here) // Jeans: Citizens of Humanity (here) // Boots: Gucci (not really similar but these Gucci rain boots are super cute)
It's been downright chilly in the mornings. And still raining. Always raining.
Hat: Madewell (similar here) // Earrings: H&M (similar here) // Cardigan: vintage (similar from Pendleton here) // Shirt: vintage (similar here) // Jeans: AG (here) // Shoes: Madewell (here)
Hat: Madewell (similar here) // Cardigan: vintage (this is a cute alternative here and this is what came up when I searched "rainbow fringe cardigan" here - only $5000 to be a cat toy) // Jeans: Citizens of Humanity (here) // Boots: Free People (similar here)
We ended up being the only campers in Hope this weekend. The town is only about three blocks long by two blocks wide and we could see everyone coming and going from our vantage point. There was a steady stream (at least a dozen) of people coming to the end of Main St, getting out of their vehicles to photograph their children or girlfriends in this field then getting back in their car and immediately leaving. Hope isn't on the way to anywhere and it's not really near anything else either (58 miles and a mountain pass away from the nearest town). It's a fun place to visit because it's pretty and it's an old mining town with really charming old log buildings but very few of the visitors even walked down one block to see them. They just got in their cars and . . . left.
So you know when you see the pretty pictures of pretty families doing fun things all the time? And maybe you feel a little envious because when you're doing fun things your children are constantly in a state of undress, with mud wiped across their cheek and one undone pigtail? There may be families out there that can achieve social-media readiness at all times but I think I may have seen behind the curtain this weekend.
Hat: Madewell (similar here) // Cardigan: vintage (similar here or here) // Shirt: Aritzia (here) // Jeans: Citizens of Humanity // Boots: Jeffrey Campbell (here)
Wow, am I wearing this hat in every picture?! *scrolls up* No, but close. Time for a haircut? Or maybe some new hats. . . I also just realized this photo is out-of-focus. Time for a new prescription?
Turtleneck: J.Crew (here) // Dress: vintage (very similar here, here, or here) // Earrings: H&M (very similar here) // Shoes: thrifted (similar here ) // Purse: vintage Chanel (exact here)
While I love dressing for the rugged Alaskan fall, I take every opportunity I can to dress up for the city as well.