velvet jacket – Postlapsaria
black jersey dress (worn as top) – H&M
tuxedo jeans with lots of stretch (perfect for brunch;)) – courtesy of Jessica Simpson Collection
Senso shoes – courtesy of Solestruck
MAC clutch – courtesy of Rebecca Minkoffhat – thrifted? I’ve had it foreverleopard print scarf – thrifted
Sunday morning brunch is possibly one of my favorite things in the world. Breakfast food and good company = best combination. On this particular day, I asked Bobby what the weather was like (since he walked Miku). “Not too cold; it’s actually really nice out.” He told me I would be fine without a coat, in fact, because it was that nice out.
It was freezing and windy and I could have used not one but three or five coats. Luckily for me, the scarf I wore is approximately the size of a large blanket, so I wore it wrapped around me as such. Plus, Benchmark had lobster bisque. The moral of this story: Always check the temperature yourself and go to restaurants whose chefs understand the importance of hot soup on a cold day.
Unrelated, but I would like to apologize to all of the people with aversions to velvet (and I know there are many). I grew up in the 90s; velvet was practically a way of life. Nirvana lyrics fit all aspects of this post, so that worked out beautifully – a 90s miracle, if you will!
p.s. I made a small run of these velvet jackets for the site, and variants in other fabrics for Emerging Thoughts – just waiting to get my computer back!