We have a new brewery in the hood! Ever since we moved to Grant Park in July, we’ve been excited to see the development of the community. In recent years, Grant Pak was seen as a quiet, residential area, which it still is to a degree. I’m happy to say more and more small local businesses are popping up, even through this uncertain economy.
Wow, how weird to be posting a style post! Since we’ve been in quarantine and dealing with so many political and human rights issues, sharing my style seems kind of silly and pointless–especially since we can’t really get out much anymore. But everyone needs a little break from reality every now and then and what better way to grasp at a little sense of normalcy than getting dressed for fall?
Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve shared an outfit post! I love getting creative with my outfits and dressing to reflect my mood of the day, but with the lack of traveling (my favorite occasion to play with outfits!) and basically not being able to go anywhere–ever–it’s hard to get inspired to get dressed up. That said, while I am getting dressed up less often, it makes it a little more special when I actually do.
When I was shopping for my South Africa trip, I had no idea where to start. What does one wear on a safari? After some research, I found lots of articles that recommended long sleeves, pants, and a hat. I knew I wanted to wear a hat, but I wasn’t convinced long sleeves and pants were necessary in the 90-degree heat. So instead of packing my lululemons and nikes, I went shopping.