Bubble-hem coat, Eileen Fisher
Black long-sleeved tee, Target
Ponte pants, via eBay – similar
Boots, Coclico via eBay – more Coclico boots
Necklace, Fossil (no longer available) – similar
Moissanite studs, courtesy Charles & Colvard (giveaway forthcoming)
My parents were in town last weekend, and we did our best to show them a good time. After the St. Paul Gangster Tour, we headed over to Hudson, WI, for a little shopping and exploring. I scored big as you’ll soon see.
I first saw this coat back in February, when Audi and I visited the Eileen Fisher showroom. I kept my eyes peeled for it, waited for it to go on sale, and then pounced. My plan was to wear this coat like a fancy hoodie, a la my Prairie Underground models. And I may still … but it’s a bit crinkly and loud for regular indoor wear, so we’ll see. Perfect for a day of hopping about town and activities that don’t require coat-removal, though.
Cashmere cardigan, Opitz – similar
Tank dress, Express – similar style
Belt, from a pair of shorts – similar
Scarves, thrifted and gifted
Boots thrifted – more fringe boots
Earrings, courtesy A.W.E Jewelry
The main event in Hudson is Abigail Page Antique Mall, as far as I’m concerned, and I’ve scored a good 25% of my costume jewelry there. So, naturally, I took the ‘rents. And although I’d promised myself I wouldn’t buy anything, these fringed boots were a mere $28, fit perfectly, and were far too fabulous to leave behind.
I wore the boots on Sunday, along with this kangaroo scarf, also purchased at Abigail Page on a previous Hudson trip. I tied it up like so with this horsey scarf that Audi sent me. Because, you know, horses and ‘roos are meant to be worn together.
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