Tag Archives: Lake Champlain

on the horizion

Wore Out, Vermont Fashion, Winter to spring transition, Burlington Waterfront, Lake Champlain, Colored Denim, Vintage Knits, Casual Friday, Oxford WedgesSunnies: stolen from D, Vintage Knit: The Get Up, Jeans: PacSun, Wedges: Forever 21

As the esteemed Mr. Rogers would say, yesterday was a beautiful day in the neighborhood. It was sunny in the mid 40s (which felt downright balmy) and the scent and sounds of spring were everywhere. I scooted out and took a nice long walk on my lunch break and soaked up as much vitamin D as I could. I ended up walking along the lake and was astounded at how other worldly the beaches looked covered in peaks of snow and ice. Unfortunately this was the only photo I was able to take before my camera battery died (insert forehead palm slap here) but in a way it’s fitting as there are a lot of exciting things on the horizon for me both personally and professionally.

what are you looking forward to?

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Floral Fog

Wore Out, Vermont Fashion,  Lake Champlain,  Perkins Pier, Vintage Midi Skirt,  Forever 21 Moto Jacket, Michael Antonio Heels, Mixing Prints and Florals, Nude Heels, Talbot's Blouse, Lucky Multi Strand Necklace, Downtown Threads, Vintage Floral SkirtDollar Store Sunnies, Moto Jacket: Forever 21, Talbots Blouse: Goodwill, Lucky Necklace (similar) c/o 6pm, Vintage Skirt: Downtown Threads, Tights: The Sox Market, Boots (above): Old Navy, Michael Antonio Heels (below)
Wore Out, Vermont Fashion,  Lake Champlain,  Perkins Pier, Vintage Midi Skirt,  Forever 21 Moto Jacket, Michael Antonio Heels, Mixing Prints and Florals, Nude Heels, Talbot's Blouse, Lucky Multi Strand Necklace, Downtown Threads, Vintage Floral Skirt Wore Out, Vermont Fashion,  Lake Champlain,  Perkins Pier, Vintage Midi Skirt,  Forever 21 Moto Jacket, Michael Antonio Heels, Mixing Prints and Florals, Nude Heels, Talbot's Blouse, Lucky Multi Strand Necklace, Downtown Threads, Vintage Floral SkirtOne of the best parts about living in Downtown Burlington is the walkability. I’m lucky in that I’m able to walk to work, however that means most days (especially during the winter) I’m carrying a change of shoes in my bag. As much as I’m a slave to fashion I’m even more of a realist and platforms just aren’t practical, especially in Burlington. Besides I love these heels way too much to subject them to the salt, muck, and grey snow matter that’s currently covering the sidewalks. I leave that to my trusty Old Navy boots, the more wear and tear they endure the better they look.

Does your commute affect your wardrobe? Are you fashion focused or rooted in reality?