Ah, Saturday mornings. Ah, late summer. I cherish these times. I don't get to Rittenhouse Square much in the height (and heat) of summer but once September hits and those brisk late-summer breezes start flowing, it's my favorite place. If you're one for local produce, fancy baked goodies, and fresh blooms there's a really great farmer's market every weekend that's absolutely worth checking out. This weekend, I made my own bouquet, which I triumphantly toted around the square. (And on a little coffee date with my bestie.)
If you've never adorned your home with flowers (actual flowers, not silk ones, although those can be very realistic) you should try it some time. It's an affordable way to brighten a space and since they die, (and although that can be a little sad) you can change it up often to fit your moods. Seeing some nicely-arranged blooms on my windowsill or dresser makes me smile every time.
As for my outfit, I thought I'd keep it simple. These minimalistic looks always end up being my favorite. Black and white, a simple pattern, and some ankle booties with a "twist." Top it off with my favorite Madewell tote and I'm good to go. Oh, and if the dress looks familiar, it's because I wear it all the time.
The more I wander around, the more I fall in love with my city. I'm looking forward to integrating more Philadelphia scenes and landscapes my personal style posts. But more on that later...
Dress (similar), Boots (similar), Bag, Watch
*Photos by Danielle Conyers. Follow her on Instagram!