Shirt - J. Crew Factory / Pants (similar) - Gap / Boots (similar) - Enzo Angiolini / Bag (similar) - Old Navy
I was going to tell you this really long story, but instead I've decided to go with the short version: last year I saw Carly wearing this adorable holiday outfit, and I thought, "Why don't I have any adorable holiday outfits?!"
And then this year I maybe went a little overboard (considering I'm currently only invited to two holiday parties) and picked up a lot of holiday items, including this fun beaded popover. Whoops.
Well, not really whoops about this shirt. While I was thinking of it as a holiday piece when I put it in the ole shopping cart, turns out it's much more versatile than that, which is how I ended up wearing it out for a little date night last week. We went to Cantina 1910 up in Andersonville to celebrate our move - apparently Andersonville is a restaurant mecca that I have never before explored - hellooooo new restaurant options!! According to our realtor, Andersonville actually has more restaurants than Lakeview or Lincoln Park - who knew?!
So anyway, I'm actually not that big of a fan of going out for Mexican food unless we hit up a little hole in the wall. Like, trendy tacos are not my jam. This place may have just changed my mind. We started off with what may have been the spiciest bread I've ever encountered, then went on to try their take on ceviche (which was kind of like Mexican sashimi and SO good) and then finished things off with some of the most flavorful tacos I've ever had. So so good. Thank you, new neighborhood, for welcoming us so nicely.
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