Andy and I went on a thrift trip Saturday. It started out gray and foggy, and then became bright and sunny.
We took photos in front of each other at this place the Ice Pick, which Andy says was a notorious place to see punk rock shows back in the day. It now appears to be a "Privite Club" that is serious about following Michigan's new "No Smoke Ing" law. I defy you to find legs whiter than mine. I am wearing a newly-found vintage paisley shirtwaist dress (which had the matching belt!) and my favorite cardigan, which I've already talked about plenty.
This vintage necklace is a longtime favorite.
We didn't find anything too exciting on this trip. But that's okay. We still had fun. We got to have lunch at the always delicious Mia and Grace (pork belly reuben, goat cheese salad, key lime pie).
And I snapped this photo of a pretty cemetery. Cemeteries always have the best trees.
I also took a (sadly blurry) photo of this amazing old radio with a turntable hidden in its cabinet. One of the many cool things we find, but cannot bring ourselves to purchase and bring home to our already overstuffed home.
This section of granny-knit vests, sweaters and ponchos at the Goodwill cracked me up. No, none came home with us.
The day was capped off by dinner and drinks with friends. It doesn't get better than that!