November 21, 2011

Saturday at the Market

Saturday was such a beautiful day! Jimmy and I walked to the Halifax Seaport Farmer's Market, which is only about a five minute walk from our apartment. We spent time oo-ing and ah-ing over different foods and keeping an eye out for Christmas gifts. There are so many local artisans around here, and many attend the farmer's market on a weekly basis. The above artist, Suzanne Albert, for example, is new to the Farmer's Market, but she is brilliant. I love her work for it's layering, colours, and abstract qualities. Beautiful! The above jewelry, too, is absolutely breath-taking! Check out DorĂ© Chic's website here, you can order online! The jewelry is honestly amazing--I can testify to that! And I believe there is no tax from now until Christmas...

Speaking of Christmas, I am getting so excited! Looking forward to Christmas, despite that it's still November, just gives me something to look forward to and a way to preoccupy myself with excitement. Why not, right? Do you have any holiday season plans?

I was wearing:

American Apparel Sheer Button-up
PURE Jeans
Le Chateau Scarf
Hush Puppies
Talula Sweater/Jacket (from Aritzia and thanks to my awesome Dad!) 
Axessimo International Gloves (purchased in Montreal)
Vintage Coach Purse, from this store on Etsy

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  2. You look absolutely beautiful in these pictures!

  3. Looks like you had a fabulous Saturday as well! Love the fall leaves and backdrop for your outfit photos!

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