Boston is officially my favorite city (other than my hometown of Houston). My husband grew up outside of Boston, so I have been fortunate to visit Boston more than a few times. Every time we go, I’m amazed with how much I love the city.
I used to not like it as much because the people weren’t as friendly as the people of the “friendly south.” However, in my old age, I’ve put a different spin on it. I’ve decided that they are just being “real”, and that’s ok with me. As long as you’re real and not mean, I’m ok with that. In fact, at this point, I prefer it.
If you’ve never been to Boston, you should go. It’s a smaller metropolitan city that has some really beautiful neighborhoods filled with picturesque brownstones. For someone who loves to learn, the historic nature of Boston is right up my alley, and the shopping is great, too. The weather is wonderful this time of year, and there are some beautiful parks and outdoor cafes to take full advantage of it. To me, it’s the most similar to a European city that you can get in the US, and there is nothing like a Red Sox game at Fenway. The loyalty of the fans is unique and invigorating. See, I love Boston. Anyway, check it out if you haven’t been. Here’s what I wore.
Outfit Links: Top- Similar here and here; Jacket- Free People; Jeans- 7 For All Mankind; Shoes- Adidas; Purse- Similar here and here; Earrings- Nadri; Ring- Nadri; Necklaces- Bony Levy and Argento Vivo here and here; Watch- Kate Spade
I’m taking a little break from the blog for the next week. I’m taking a hint from Bostonians, and instead of acting like I’m in the mood to write and think about clothes, I’m taking a break. My husband lost his grandfather and my sister is having surgery. I want to be fully present for both of them and my family during this time. I probably won’t be on Instagram much either. We will all be fine, because we are in God’s hands. Say a little prayer for us. Lots of love to each and every one of you. I mean it.
Just in case you missed it…