Sunday, October 25, 2009

you're as cool as ice cream

I went to Macon yesterday with Lillie in hopes of finding some decent duds at the Goodwill there. (I've heard that it's a mecca for vintage, but I quickly discovered that it's best suited for those who are a size 6. Get your ass over there and pick up a fantastic Chanel-esque jacket and a fab circle skirt - that's new with tags, btw - that just screams Miu Miu.) We walked around the town a bit afterwards, grabbing lunch at Market City Cafe. I think what I ordered was the Miranda & Mae, which is roasted chicken and brie on a baguette. OMG, I die for brie. And their chips were literally made in their kitchen. How fab is that?

Small towns are a great respite from our self-absorbed city lives.

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sweater. Ralph Lauren. skirt. street market in Korea. shoes. street market in Japan.

14 comments:

  1. Shame those shoes are from Japan because I want them, but thankfully Zara do similar ones!

    really enjoyed your blog, great pics, and it's made me want to go and visit a nearby town just for the fun of it :)

    www.jeniwren.com

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  2. love the shoes! i agree about goodwill, every good thing i find there is always too big on me

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  3. I love the outfit especially those shoes!

    I'm moving to South Korea to teach English for a year!

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  4. Loovvveeee the shoes!! and the food gosh, delicious.

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  5. Love the cross against the pink sweater. A bit of goth meets prep.

    http://fashionroadkill-halifax.blogspot.com

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  6. Sounds like the perfect Saturday! Cath and I have actually never been to Macon- and I had no idea it was a thrifting mecca (damn those size 6s). I'm going to go and eat that sandwich.

    ps- Love the cross with the Ralph polo player- they belong together ;)

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  7. great blog! wow i absolutely love your shoes!

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  8. Gosh you got moths? Time to stash every brand of mothballs available. Whr did you get the blue silver cross from? I like the chain and edge design.

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  9. Thanks! I'll be making a post about it later asking for good places to shop there!

    Also it's so weird but awesome seeing pics on my hometown on a fashion blog!

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  10. Loving your sweater, and the food looks SO good! Hope you're having a wonderful Halloween weekend :)

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