Husband and I spent a lovely day together yesterday. It’s been a busy few weeks so this is the first day we’ve had for just us in a while. Here’s what I wore during the day.
J.Crew featherweight french terry sweatshirt in heather marine (recent) // J.Crew destroyed vintage slim jeans (old) // J.Crew Factory paisley printed scarf // J.Crew Factory anya cap toe ballet flats // J.Crew handbag // Chanel sunglasses
Then we took our poor boy in for a check up. As you can see, he was really, really excited to be in his carrier and at the vet’s office.
Good news, however, is that he passed all of his tests with flying colors, and we are apparently out of the weeds of the whole lily incident. Thank goodness. After the vet, we had a yummy brunch at Rose’s: champagne (le duh), yukon gold potato hash with poached eggs, chicken sausage with poached eggs and polenta, and bacon (le duh part deux). Oh and fried potatoes. Because seriously.
And to help
us me work off some of those calories (and save some for dinner!), we took the long way home and strolled through our neighborhood. I picked up some daffodils–but don’t worry, they are high up on a shelf far away from (naughty) kitties.
Then we headed to St. Mark’s Lutheran Church for an amazing concert by the American Bach Solists. I did a quick costume change for date night.
J.Crew bow coat in vibrant fuchsia // Gap turtleneck (old) // Gap black always skinny pant // Betsey Johnson leopard peep-toe pumps // Old Navy sequin bag
We closed out the day with another delicious meal at Hayes Street Grill. With wiiiiiine. Baroque music + wine = happy girl.
It was the first Sunday Funday we’ve had in a while, and I loved every minute of it. Hope y’all had a wonderful weekend, too!