An Afternoon At The Farmers Market

One of my favorite things to do on the weekends is to visit the farmers market. From the fresh fruit and veggies, to the delicious prepared foods, I love strolling through the vendors and gathering goodies for the week to come. Since moving to Charleston, Jason and I were eager to check out the local farmers market so on a recent Saturday that's exactly what we did.   

Despite the warm temps and muggy air, we spent the afternoon strolling past fresh blooms and taking in all the lovely sites, sounds and yummy smells. Every stand we passed seemed better than the last and we quickly worked up an appetite. Just as our hunger was reaching peak level we stumbled on a crepe stand and waisted no time ordering a savory one. We enjoyed our tasty treat on a bench overlooking the action and people watched to our heart's desire. 

All around the city hydrangeas were in full bloom, and they lined the Charleston streets like a colorful, aromatic frame. 

After enjoying our crepe, we decided to wander around the city a bit and slowly made our way over to College of Charleston where we were blown away by the unbearable quaintness of the campus. To suit the balmy weather, I wore my new linen shorts and a crisp white button down. I jazzed up the whole look with a bold faux squash bloom necklace from Zara and vintage purse. 

For a closer look at my outfit and a short vlog of the farmers market, check out my YouTube channel for a new video - also embedded here. 

Shirt: Brooks Brothers / Necklace: Zara / Shorts: J. Crew / Gold Bangle: J. Crew / Purse: Vintage Gucci / Shoes: Gucci

Until next time!