Small Girl, Big Ideas

Each Town That Glides By


We finally had sometime to spend in Lancaster visiting some of our favorite places. We were craving our favorite pretzel place, which is sadly closed for the next month or so, but at least stopped in at the wine shop in Amish country to enjoy some local wines and beers. Later, a stop in to the Fractured Prune was in order : yummy, hot donuts with an array of toppings. I finally tried strawberry with sprinkles - good, and really good for photos, but not as good as my original honey and cinnamon sugar version I got!


It's been too cold lately - and I have been dressing for comfort since we have been doing a lot of stuff around the house once we are back from our outings. This outfit is comfortable and colorful! This dress is an all-time favorite, and I've been loving green and blue combos lately.


headband :: via fab remixed
cardigan :: j crew factory
dress :: urban outfitters remixed
tights :: target remixed
flats :: urban outfitters remixed
purse :: valhalla brooklyn remixed
ring :: kiel mead remixed
necklace :: c/o crave jewelry design remixed

5 comments:

  1. I love how much you get out and about. Looks like fun :)

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  2. I'm getting SO bored with dressing for winter. Bring on summer!

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  3. I really need some colorful tights. I love the blue!

    ♥ Naomi Starry Eyes + Coffee Cups

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  4. OH! The Fractured Prune is absolutely amazing and perfect. Soooo good.

    Also, I'm loving your outfit - the color of your tights is so pretty!

    xoxo,
    Laura
    http://lauraisthriftingthroughlife.blogspot.com/

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  5. I have a Kiel Mead ring just like this too. My husband gave it to me as a promise ring a long time ago while we were dating. :) Love that artist!

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