An Artsy Neighborhood & A Tribal Print Coat

Hello Everyone, Happy Monday!
I think we have turned a corner people toward Spring. This being after we lost an hour of sleep. With that we gained more warmer days ahead of us. Since sunshine coming around, its kind of focused me to start thinking about my Spring/Summer wardrobe this year. So I went to the mall and started at ZARA, which was not the wisest decision just because all their collections are always fabulous. Then I wondered into Forever 21, looked around and saw this clearance rack full of winter coats. I tried it on, sent a picture to my sister, she agreed  and then I acted when I  bought it 40% off of the sale price.  What I great buy. I love shopping when you find an item for a extremely good discounted price especially when you are not looking for it and you buy because it looks fabulous and you love it enough to wear it in these last days of winter and store it away for next fall/winter season

I styled this coat simply, because it deserves it. Blue Skinny Jeans, my favorite nude heels, my sunglasses that make me look and feel like a blogger fashionista extraordinaire and a pop of color midi purse that I love so much. It also helps if your hair is LAID like it was in these pictures below, it also helps with shine lip glossed lip ready for the camera.

Outfit Details: Tribal Print Coat: Forever 21(sale)(similar) (similar)| Skinny Jeans: Madewell | Nude Heels: Zara (old) (like these) | Yellow Purse: Forever 21 (old) (Like this) | Sunglasses: Nordstrom | African Bracelets (see here) | Gold Earrings: Gifted | 

My sister and I took these photos at Capital City Cheesecake cafe in Takoma Park. As we drove through the small town, I recognized many places I used to be as a teenager, hanging out with my friend's neighborhood. I remember the street names and the bus stops and landmarks i used to see so often while gazing outside the Window as the bus went throughout the small artsy organic neighborhood. That was our destination this Sunday Afternoon, owned by two sisters it is a great place to study, business meetings, hang out and enjoy delicious cheesecakes, coffee, breakfast and lunch options I had the cordon bleu sandwich that was so delicious that I would travel 30 minutes in my car to eat that particular sandwich again.

*Photography by FezaColette
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