What I Wore — Flowers & Numbers

060This is my 200th blog post! Yay! I feel like I have had a lot of outfit posts with “flowers” in the title. I must own a lot of flower prints! I like how flowers feel very cheery and this dress is so colorful with all the different types of flowers. Chase & I took a little adventure on our bikes this weekend. I’m glad I don’t look that sweaty in the pictures because it was pretty hot!We rode a lot of the Olentangy Trail and ended our journey with some pictures at the Number Garden, or “Garden of Constants” as it’s formally known, at OSU.  This place is so cool! I never knew where it was and how close it was to Knowlton (my building for city planning)  until a couple years ago. It was a great place to take a break and get these pictures.

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048 046Dress: Second Chance ~ Purse: Primark (London) ~ Boots: Target ~                                Green Bracelet: Gift ~ Leaf Button: Tigertree

What am I even doing in that last picture? Scratching my face and laughing about something Chase must have said, I guess. I scored this dress at the Second Chance sidewalk sale, where I also got the skirt in this post. I love the back of this dress! It reminds me of this one. I wore my black boots that have gotten minimal use since the weather has turned. I’ll definitely be getting another pair since the zipper is starting to not work so well. Did you catch my little leaf friend? I’ve wanted to incorporate more buttons in my wardrobe since I started collecting them a while back and though the leaf button was great for my flowery dress.

Hope you have a great start to your week!




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