A couple of weekends ago, our family went “sploring,”as Clementine calls it, although exploring may be somewhat of a generous of a description. We really just went on a family road-trip with our furthest destination being about two hours from home. Nothing too exotic by most standards, but for an eighteen-month-old we might as well have journeyed through the Gobi Desert. Armed with a rock, stick, and backless vintage top, she was ready to conquer the world at each pit stop.
The weekend began with a FREE BABYSITTER (thanks, Mom) and a Mama/Papa Bear breakfast date at a place I dubbed “The Hipsterist Cafe Ever.” I won’t bore you with too much about that, but I do feel obliged to share a few pictures, especially of their killer grass-fed butter blended with organic honeycomb that I feasted on. (Ok, the menu didn’t actually say grass-fed or organic, but here’s hoping because I was literally spooning it into my mouth.)
It ended up being too hot for the girls to wear the fully-accessorized outfits I had planned on, but we worked with what we had & kept it real, cool, and of course, added in a bit of vintage. (Wanna know why I do the vintage thing? Read my post on it HERE.)
We stayed one night in Fallbrook, and immediately fell in love with it. It is so beautiful there and very natural-minded. We had a great time adventuring through Myrtle Creek Nursery, feeding their goats, and eating organic and local foods at their cafe. (I didn’t make it up this time; it really was organic and local.)
What we wore:
ECO FACTORS: Vintage & second hand (reduce, reuse)
Vintage embroidered top (given to us), skirt from Old Navy, hi-tops from consignment store
Vintage Healthtex romper from My Swag Shack
Thrifted vintage Mammoth tank, thrifted vintage skirt, boots bought at Marshall’s 4 years ago
Thrifted vintage Lands End shirt, Urban Slim Jeans by J Crew Factory, thrifted Vans (not pictured)
So, what have you guys been up to lately? Any ‘sploring?