Saturday, March 5, 2016

Second Love

We recently spent the weekend at the Inn on Biltmore Estate.

On our last evening there we had a lovely meal in The Dining Room.

Earlier in the day, I shopped in the Marble Lion, a boutique located inside the Inn where I found this intricately embossed faux leather jacket at half off! If shoes are my first fashion love, then certainly jackets are my second.

I am wearing a surplice wrap top from White House Black Market with Travelers Pants from Chico's. The suede Sam Edelman shoes are a couple of years old. The Ivanka Trump handbag is from Saks Off 5th. The necklace is by French Kande.

This textured faux leather jacket is by Erin London. I almost didn't even try one on because the medium size had already sold. I was delighted that the small fit perfectly. It pays to ignore the tag and just try on what appeals to you. Sizes mean so little nowadays.

Occasionally we have a small piece of grilled wild caught salmon for dinner. 

This was a special evening, so we also shared this beautiful creme filled flaky phyllo dough and tart cherry dessert.

These flowers were on the front desk. Turning to face the lobby in all its grandeur.

Thank you for joining us on this journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are truly the best!

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Yvonne said...

I want that jacket!!!! You look gorgeous as usual Susan. I really enjoy your posts showing your part of the country and have it on my list of places to visit.
Have a great weekend.

Joanne said...

I, too, have a love for jackets. Or maybe, an addiction is a better description. Lol There are so many great faux leather jackets on the market. You always look wonderful, Susan. I do wish I could wear high heels. They look so sexy.

Elaine @ Following Augustine said...

You are so right about sizes. Last weekend, I bought size 4 jeans in one brand and size 8 pants in another! How does that make any sense?