Dress: Beacon's Closet ($12)
Bag: Vintage Thrifted Coach ($20)
Belt: J.Crew (gift)
Tights: American Apparel ($25)
Franklin Necklace c/o Jess LC
Ahh, Friday seems like it was a lifetime ago! As I mentioned yesterday, we experienced an all-too-brief taste of spring with 70 degree weather. As a celebration of the impending season, I broke out some items that have been burning a hole through my proverbial pocket, just for a day spent running errands with Chris. I bought this springy dress on my trip to New York at Beacons Closet, and it's so comfortable. I love clothing that doesn't take much thought to wear, just put it on and go. I've been saving these shoes for a few weeks now, there's been too much snow to wear them out. I love them with tights here, but I can't wait to throw them on with pretty spring dresses and skirts, sans tights. For being so high, they're remarkably easy to walk in and comfortable. I added some brown and gold accessories, like my Coach bag, brown belt, and gold cuff. I'm kind of in love with this bracelet, it features a rather angry looking sea-bird, which is appropriate since I live close to the water and stepping out into our parking lot can be like entering a scene from "The Birds" at times.
This week has been quiet so far. Unfortunately, the warm weather didn't last and we're back to a very brisk 20 degrees. This morning I volunteered at the Shipbuilding Museum, which I'm hoping will become a regular thing. My task for the day involved leading a few school groups along a boatbuilding themed scavenger hunt. I'm really looking forward to going back when it's warm, if any of you have ever heard of Woodman's (where the fried clam was invented), the museum is right up the road.