photo icon1_zpseff71810.png 365 Days With Sara Style: Take the Long Way Home

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Take the Long Way Home

What I Wore

Jacket - Target/Top - (Thrifted) Seven/Jeans - (Thrifted) Charlotte Russe Refuge
Shoes - KMart/Necklace - Garbriel Brothers

In the world we live in, it seems like moving is more common then staying in one place.  I have lived in only three different states (Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio) and have never lived in another country, but I do have family and friends all over the United States, as well as in different countries around the world.  One part of blogging that I love is that I can read about every day life in so many different places.  I like to think that if I wanted to visit someplace new to me, I would be able to get the "low down" on that place from a local.  In that same way, I love to give someone visiting an area I am familiar with "must do" and "must see" ideas.  For example, if you ever visit Springfield, Illinois, you have to have a horseshoe for one meal.  If you visit Milwaukee, Wisconsin, you need to go in July and see the Circus Parade, and if you are in the southwest Ohio area, you can't miss Graeter's ice cream.  What would you recommend to a visitor to a place you are familiar with?


  1. Cute outfit, and great point, Sara - there is something wonderful about every place we've lived. Here in Central Florida, you have to go to our clean, warm beaches : > Thanks for linking up with Visible Monday.

  2. In Tampa, I would recommend The Refinery for local organic deliciousness and in Clayton, GA I would recommend the Granny's Kuntry Kitchen for the most amazing fried chicken ever. Love your flats!

  3. Cute outfit:). Love the shoes!! And thrifting:). Thanks for linking up! Alice @ The Owl's Skull

  4. Looking transitionally pretty and ready to shuck that jacket at any moment!
    I'd make sure tourists come to my restaurant, of course. And the Boston Mountains in the north part of the state.

  5. Love the flats! I know what you mean about different places and different things to do. I just moved from California back home to NC and it's going to be a major change! I need to visit some Raleigh blogs to get some inspiration on what to do here :)
    Nikki at