About 15 minutes east of the little slice of real estate I call home is a town so quaint it actually has a cafe, the Mayberry Cafe, where you can watch classic Andy Griffith reruns while eating a slice of Aunt Bea's apple pie.And on Saturdays in the Summer, in the town square across from the Mayberry Cafe, there is a Farmer's Market with all manner of fresh produce from Hoosier fields and gardens. Heirloom tomatoes are my favorite local fare (preferably sliced and sprinkled with a dash of salt and a splash of balsamic vinegar, though I've been known to eat them like an apple, too).
Of course, leave it to me to visit a farmer's market for fruit and come away instead with a new dress and accessories to match... Okay, this cotton seersucker dress didn't actually come from the market, but it did come from a consignment store on the town square. I'd never have discovered Jane's On the Square if I hadn't been looking for fresh tomatoes and watermelon at the farm stands across the street! Between the $8 dress; the $2 grosgrain yellow shoe clips (which actually did come from one of the market vendors); and the gorgeous yellow tomatoes I gathered, it was a sunshiny small town Saturday, indeed!
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Seersucker! I haven't seen it for a very long time. Thanks for sharing. xxReplyDelete
Thank you, Elizabeth. I love seersucker - so cool and crisp without getting wrinkled!Delete
You put together the most amazing ensemble. The touches of yellow are exquisite. Thank you for sharing your beauty and your talent with Hat Attack!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Judith. I always appreciate the time you take to connect with your "Hat Attackers" and I eagerly await your every blog post - your hat collection is beyond comparison!Delete
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