Thanksgiving 2016

Hello everyone :}

I hope everyone enjoyed their November :) For me, it's been by far one of my favorite months this year. For the Thanksgiving holidays, my family and I flew up to St. Louis to have dinner at my aunt Peggy's house. My Aunt Anne and Uncle Lawrence flew in from Colorado and joined us for dinner there as well. It was so lovely.

Afterwards, we drove over to my Uncle Darren's house for dessert, and after that, we went back to my Aunt Carol's and watched movies :)

I was more than pleased to see that it actually looks like autumn over there. Most of the trees are still green here in Texas; it's kind of depressing.
It was super chilly in STL, and every time I walked in to my aunt's home, my glasses would completely fog up with all the food cooking haha.

Here's a little peep of my dinner. (mine's consisted mainly of sweet potatoes, green beans, and a little salad) Last Thanksgiving I was only vegetarian, so cheers my first cruelty free thanksgiving ! :'}

I really wanted to make a dish of my own to bring, but my flight came in late that Thanksgiving day, and I didn't have enough time to prepare it there in St. Louis :'( 

This is what I wore to dinner :) I kept it casual, and hey. I wore color (; no b&w in this post. Looking at these photos just now, I can't help but get Nancy Wheeler vibes. 

I bought these mom jeans for $6 at my local thrift store, and I actually bought this sweater at an antique store there in St. Louis back in March.

I visit St. Louis very often, it's basically my second hometownthis is my fifth time visiting this year.

Hope you all had a swell Thanksgiving and most importantly, spent it close to your loved ones. Till next time.




Outfit Details:

  • Brown & Yellow Vintage Turtleneck
  • Mom Jeans - Gap Denim
  • Burgundy Chuck Taylor All Star Low Top - Converse