Much like lipstick, I don’t function well without a happy belly. So, Harold’s Cabin is the first stop of the day before tackling my very long “to-do” list.
I love the bits of lace on this blouse.
This painting is so interesting I had to pause for a picture. You can find it across from the College of Charleston’s School of Business (my old stomping grounds).
This is just one of many of their delicious menu options at Harold’s Cabin. Whether you’re visiting or a local, it’s worth a visit. And if you’re a coffee lover as I am – it is delish! This is a pet peeve of mine, restaurants that serve outstanding food but mediocre coffee.
When my day is filled with errands and no meetings I go for casual comfort – especially my footwear when there will be a lot of walking. In big cities walking is the norm, and you can cover miles by foot before the end of the day. I try to bring this philosophy to Charleston. Downtown is really not that large and walking can really help clear my mind.
My comfortable footwear rarely includes the typical walking shoes as they’re usually boots. I’ve walked around New York City and Chicago for days in boots without regret. But I will say they were well worn in, I would not try that with new boots (or shoes for that matter).
Wearing: Free People blouse (on sale) and similar here and here); Madewell jeans; Free People boots (sold out, similar here and here); Madewell jacket; Ray Ban sunglasses; Silver hoop earrings (old, similar here).