Photos by Drew
Shirt: Standard Finery Romeo Button Down Shirt (gift from favorite new shop Founders and Followers)
’60s pea coat: weird rural Illinois thrift store
Sunglasses: Karen Walker
Shorts, Dooney & Bourke bag, and tights (new): thrift stores
Even though we go to Atlanta’s Westside Provisions a lot we’ve never taken blog photos there. Well, once we tried, but the outfit was flowery and all wrong for it. Westside Provisions is half industrial, half old . . . It’s a huge dining/shopping complex built on the site of Atlanta’s old meatpacking district. When I first moved to Atlanta I remember seeing the old early 1900s White Provisions slaughterhouse and being scared that the condo people would get to it and tear it down (it was awfully pretty for a slaughterhouse), but it’s still here, only modernized. Some of my favorite places are in the area . . . . West Egg (my favorite breakfast spot!), Taqueria del Sol, Star Provisions (they have amazing desserts and fancy candy bars. It’s an awfully tempting place when you wander over from Taqueria del Sol after a margerita). Plus Anthropologie just opened a new store in an old industrial building across the street, and I went there yesterday with Jamie and it was so good it made all the clothes look better. (mostly we liked the furniture though).
Before we went to Anthropologie Jamie and I went to a tea party our friend Karla hosted. Like usual I forgot my camera, but maybe I can borrow some photos to show you all later. All weekend long I’ve been pretty much socializing or sleeping. On Friday night we went to a Todd Selby/Elliott Erwitt photography show at the Jackson Fine Art Gallery here in town. I made cupcakes, took two naps, and now we’re getting ready for a visit from Lauren and Neil.