(my mom's first atempt at "applesauce brownies" to veganize them.)
(passing over the Missouri River Bridge.)
(me and my granny.)
(jacket/dress/beret: thrifted, tights: target, boots: from mom's closet.)
Yet another of those rainy filled days in Missouri, and how I feel the rain has already fulfilled its time here. I always feel like a slug whom doesn't what to leave its little home. Although, I did travel north of the Missouri River today for a family pre-Easter function at my Uncle's little piece of land. It was actually quite nice and different than my norms (many neighbors, loud noises, city lights). I rather enjoy the country, or at least a little drive outside of the city I call home currently, and it's very peaceful. Sometimes, I can't tell if I would prefer a solitude home on some land, or my normal dwelling in an urban area. Well, I suppose this is why traveling is good.
I was so excited when I saw this jacket hanging on a rack at City Thrift. It was honestly the best find I have found in months. The fit is prefect, the details. Of the bows suits me so well, and the colors are to die for. The jacket is 100 percent silk and made by Adrianna Papell . I am such a clothing nerd, whenever I thrift something I always look up the brand and read at least a little about it.