It’s Fall, ya’ll. And you know me. I only want to wear sweaters when it’s 80 degrees out and I want to have my arms and legs out when it’s 70 and below, only want Chik Fil A on Sundays… you get the picture.
As I said in my last post, don’t get put off by this old “no white past Labor Day” rule that someone put into place in the dark ages. I’ve just gotten into the swing of not wearing all black every single day (ironically since I moved to NYC) and I plan on carrying this through until Spring comes again!
That being said… the tank top was a poor choice today. By 8 pm, we’d dipped down into the low 60’s and I was shivering. So lesson learned. It’s Fall in a northern state. Blah blah blah. I’d been waiting to bust out these pants since I first bought them in April at Goodwill. Well today was that day!
Today, Josh and I went to see Wayne White’s art exhibit down in Chelsea. Wayne is not only a fellow MTSU alumni but he was also a set designer on Pee Wee’s Playhouse, a childhood and current favorite.
White’s word paintings are made up of modern style typography on top of landscapes and olden scenery. AKA all the smart-assery I’d like to cover my walls with.
Then I showed Josh one of my favorite places in the city, The Highline. It’s literally a bridge/old subway track turned into a raised park/walking trail. Also excellent OOTD spot. A++.
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