Friday, February 8, 2013

Packing Post

I have a particular fondness for packing posts (here & here) and love stumbling upon them on other blogs (exhibit a, b), so figured I would pop one together prior to my trip home on Sunday. I'm heading home for about a week due to some familial happenings, and with the way that 2013 has been so far, I couldn't be more thankful for the time to re-charge. It sort of seems like I was just at home, but as it's said, sometimes you've got to expect the unexpected. Time to get some quality time in with my loved ones & find some quiet for myself.

I'll be blogging next week, I'm sure, since I've got one of my favorite blog photographers, my brother & one of my favorite backgrounds: my parents' place!

Have a wonderful weekend, my loves.

Some good, versatile knits, cause it's as cold as ol' heck out there.

Some prints in both blouse & dress form.

A few sparkly pieces, in case of a night out.

One small purse, for times I don't want to carry my suitcase of a daily bag.

An array of jewels (I always seem to over do this part...).

My current favorite scent.

My specs & a journal for my feelings planning out my life.

Some reads. One humorous cat cartoons, one a great memoir.

Not featured:

Bottoms: Black skinnies & tights on repeat aren't really too exciting to photograph.

Boots: Salt stained & battered, I'm in major need of a boot update. I need both a great, flat riding boot & a versatile ankle booties. Any recs?


Unknown said...

Haha your packing piles and mine look so different.. Yours are so pretty and mine involve about 7 different kinds of spandex and a lot of jogging pants :) Some day I will be a grown up and pack real clothes for trips :)

SO excited to see you!!!

Anonymous said...

I love, love, LOVED Grace Coddington's memoir!! I have been reading Vogue since middle school and had no idea that most of my favorite spreads were the work of Grace. It was such a delightful read - totally a time capsule of London in the 60s and 70s - and I can't wait to read it again. I hope you enjoy the family time and the awesome book!!

Style Isle said...

I want those glasses!! Oh and your amazing pieces of jewelry. Hope you have lots of fun with all your fam!


Rebecca Jane said...

I always love a packing post too, have to say.

I hope your time at home is the recharge you need.

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