by some minor miracle, jill and i both had the same day off, and she had an errand to run. the errand was at the end of a two hour drive though, so it was a day-long errand, and she asked for some company, which i happily provided.

have you ever driven through milwaukee? if yes, skip the next set of pictures. if no, here, this is pretty much what it’s like:

driving through milwaukee

driving through milwaukee

driving through milwaukee

driving through milwaukee

driving through milwaukee

i’ve always been fond of milwaukee. and driving through it. but that’s not where we were headed.

washington house

cedarburg snippet

cedarburg snippet

woolen mill

church

rivoli movie theatre

foot bridge

the anvil

li'l  waterfall

washington house

cedarburg, a formerly industry (woolen mill, primarily!) town a bit north of milwaukee. it’s a cute place, lots of older buildings turned into boutiques, restaurants, and antique shops. jill and i ran her errand, grabbed some lunch and poked around in various shops.

day trip to cedarburg

day trip to cedarburg

day trip to cedarburg

target yellow scarf, booties – thrifted silk blouse, silver sweater, jeans

this has been one of my go-to outfits more recently, and now i’ve finally documented it for the blog! many thrifty style bloggers love their silk blouses, so i’ve been keeping an eye out at thrift stores, and finally this guy popped out at me!

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