Hello there gems! I had quite the busy weekend. It was my sister's birthday so we had the family over and took the nephews for a trip to the apple orchard! It was a blast, to say the least. I haven't had the chance to edit pictures yet because yesterday the hubby's family got together as his father is helping us paint our house this week! So I will post orchard pictures on Wednesday :)
So, here are some photos of what I wore to a sidewalk arts festival that was in town a couple of weeks ago. The streets of our downtown were filled with vendors selling all of their crafts and such. It is always a fun event, even though I never buy anything. It is just fun to walk around and see all of the unique things people can make! There is one item I want to save up for and buy next year though. There is a vendor who makes jewelry out of vintage silverware, and their bracelets are just the most beautiful thing, the handles of the spoons wrapped and held together with a bit of chain. So lovely!
It turned out to be too warm for a jacket, but I couldn't help it, this tan coat just seemed to fit the aesthetic I was going for, which is more and more becoming a 16 year old girl in 1943. The age my soul is. You know how that goes.
Accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you, in order to bring praise to God.
Jacket- Vintage, Similar
Top- Thrifted, Similar Here and Here
Cardigan Clip- Vintage
Skirt- Benson's Flea Market, Similar Here and Here
Shoes- Payless, Similar