Sunday, October 20, 2013

What I Wore Sunday-vol. 26

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I hope everyone else had a chance to enjoy beautiful fall weather this weekend!

We started out Friday night by taking our mid-west/west coast friends for their very first Friendly's ice cream sundae experience.  We were a little worried about building it up too much and it letting them down, but they seemed to enjoy it plenty.  Yesterday we drove to High Point--the highest point in NJ.  We had quite the views of PA and NY and it was windy up there!  We did a short hike and saw lots of great colors on our drive.  On the way back we stopped at a farm that was selling produce, pumpkins, beef, cheese, and homemade ice cream.  They had some chairs overlooking the fields where we enjoyed our two flavors (Charlie Brownie and Barnyard Gravy).  It was a perfect day together :-)

We also attended a masked party last night.  I need to get a copy of someone else's picture, but I had a pink Venetian mask and my husband wore a pirate eye patch ;-)

Today we had training to become Eucharistic ministers and this weekend I'll be heading up to NH again for another weekend of Creighton training.  Staying busy for sure!

And here is what I wore:
 Sweater: Vineyard Vines (bought for $3 or so at Goodwill!)
Camisole: Walmart
Pants: Express
Shoes: Target
Scarf: Target
Earrings: Handmade in Ecuador!

Sorry about the quality of the photo--I guess it shows the difference it makes to take these with my dSLR versus my PowerShot.  (dSLR battery was dead)

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3 comments:

  1. I love that scarf...it really adds some great color to the outfit! Very fall-like.

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  2. I adore that scarf. It is so cute and really makes the outfit pop!

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  3. Beautiful scarf! And don't you love some of the stuff you can find at Goodwill?? One of my favorite places to shop!! Have a blessed week!

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