Monday, November 8, 2010


Andy, Lucy and I took a little road trip to Midland, Michigan and environs on Saturday. It was a chilly day, so I took the opportunity to wear my newly-aquired vintage Saks Fifth Avenue cream wool swing coat. I was excited to find this because--even though I have dozens of coats as it is--I don't have one, or much of anything really, in this color. The rest of my outfit is non-vintage old standbys: dress and cardi from Target, boots from J. Crew.

We didn't arrive in time to tour the historic mid-century modern Alden B. Dow home (Dow Chemical is in Midland), but I hope to get to see it on another visit. However, I did take photos of the Midland County Courthouse, which was designed by the very colorfully-named Bloodgood Tuttle.

Lucy loves being on the move. Look at those ears fly!



  1. that courthouse is crazy cool! and lucy is so cute!!

  2. Wow, I love the colors on that building. I haven't been to Midland in forever! It's so cool that you guys seem to take these lil' road trips so often.

  3. Yup, that courthouse is awesome.

  4. Beautiful courthouse. I really need to make a thrifting trip to Michigan before it gets too cold!

  5. That is just incredible! Lucy is really stylin' that sweater!


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