Tuesday, November 22, 2016

A Day At The Silos

I am so glad that it's finally Thanksgiving Break! On Sunday, my family and I took a trip to Waco. Yesterday morning, we went to Magnolia Market - a home design store owned by Chip and Joanna Gaines from Fixer Upper. This was my third time at the Silos (see my previous post here) and I loved it! All of the decor in the shop is gorgeous, but I also loved walking around, taking pictures, and eating a cupcake at Silos Baking Co.










Cream Sweater // Blanket Scarf c/o (wearing the Red & Tan scarf)// Jeans // Riding Boots (similar)

I purchased this sweater a few weeks ago at Target, and it's become a fall/winter staple for me! I can wear it so many different ways, and it is so cozy. I paired it with the biggest, softest blanket scarf ever, and finished the look off with my riding boots. Not going to lie, I felt like such a basic white girl as I was walking around with my blanket scarf and coffee. I saw at least twenty other girls that were wearing blanket scarves, too, but I can't blame them! A blanket scarf is the perfect fall essential.

We purchased a few small things in the store and also channeled our inner Kate Spade by eating cake (technically cupcakes) for breakfast at the Silos Baking Co. I got the peanut butter cupcake, of course, but everything they had looked so good! I enjoyed walking around and looking at the gardens, too - everything that Chip and Joanna have done with the property looks amazing! They are such a talented couple.

If you're ever near Waco, I definitely recommend taking some time to visit Magnolia Market at the Silos. Waco is such a fun town, and I love going here often!

Do you watch Fixer Upper? Have you ever been to the Silos? What are your plans for Thanksgiving? Let me know by leaving a comment!

3 comments:

  1. Instagram sent me cutie!❤️💕

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  2. One of my friends just visited here and absolutely loved it! I'm so jealous of you and hope to visit here some day!

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  3. Super cute look!! I'm obsessed with my blanket scarf. It's so versatile & I probably wear it to much ;)

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