a walk in the park

WOW! Thank you all so much for your support on my first posting on Friday! I could not believe the encouragement from all the people I love and am honored to have you follow. 114° west had a great first few days and I am excited to see what happens next!sweet wind sweater

I have fallen in love with prints this winter from floral to native it seems like I cant get enough of them! I am excited to share with you todays outfit because it is one of my  “go to” outfits this winter. From days at the school substitute teaching to a night on the town it is so fun to dress up or down. The sizing on the sweater runs baggy, and as you will see in future posts “baggy” is one of my favorite styles :). The store that I got this sweater from is called Spool No. 72 a family owned company in Eastern Washington. I love their country chic style. Many of their pieces are hand made and priced very reasonable.  Enjoy the post today and let me know what you think! Also head on over and check out my “pinterest” page, I have added some of my favorite things I have seen this week!IMG_3357

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SWEATER- Spool No. 72  T-SHIRT-Groceries DENIUM- Harlow BOOTS- DV SCARF- handmade by a friend (similar here & here) HAT- 686 old (similar here & here)  RINGS: bought at the local farmers market (similar here & here)

One thought on “a walk in the park

  1. This is such a great idea! I saw your blog through Brooke Peterson’s facebook and I love it– Montana can be super stylish too and people should know that! If you’re ever near Billings, I’d love to do photos for you as I’m just getting my photo blog started! Keep the pretty clothes coming 🙂 (and the handmade scarves are gorgeous)

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