Turn My Shag On

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Tuesday, January 20, 2015
After getting back in the groove of going to classes it was refreshing to have a break this weekend. My family and I went to Atlanta for the weekend, for a day of shopping and stuffing our faces with food from Yeah! Burger and Sprinkles Cupcakes. The rest of the weekend was spent catching up on Downton Abbey with my mom, time very well spent if I do say so myself. 

I am thankful for growing up in Athens; It has that small town feel, without being too small, along with the convenience of being an hour or two away from Atlanta, a place with great shopping and even better food. If you live in Atlanta and have not ventured to White Provisions please correct this mistake immediately. This little shopping district is so great! It has plenty of shops to entertain your wallet, ranging from Anthropologie, Free People, Jack Spade, and even a Factory Girls store. And then it has restaurants that will delight your taste buds; Yeah! Burger and Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams to name a few. 

When we go to Atlanta, I like to dress up a little bit. I wore my Portobello Road dress with black tights to provide some "warmth," you know cause tights apparently do that. To accessorize I added this suede fringe collar, and my key piece for the day, this shaggy jacket. My dad told me I looked like a rocker from the seventies and then proceeded to call me Mr. Baker the whole day, in reference to the coat Ginger Baker wears on the poster for the documentary about him. Thanks dad... But you know when you own something like this jacket, you've just got to embrace it or you will never wear it. I had to do just that. So call me Mr. Baker all you want, but I'm never taking it off.

Here I am posing in front of the Anthro store front

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