Friday, September 16, 2011

Outfit Of The Day: Historical Find

Blouse: H&M 
Skirt: LOFT {here, on sale!} {last seen in this post}
Jacket: Berman's (vintage) {similar style here} {last seen in this post}
Shoes: Talbots {here} {last seen in this post}
Bag: B. Makowsky "Melissa" {last seen in this post}
Woven Bracelet: Made by me {DIY here
Nails: OPI Can You Tapas This? {here}

Driving around the 'burbs of Atlanta, I stumbled across this beautiful antebellum home, Bulloch Hall, to discover it was built in 1840 and was the childhood home of Mittie Bulloch, who became the mother of US President Theodore Roosevelt.  What a random and unique discovery!

10 comments:

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Eline said...

That house! hearteyes, haha.
Lovely necklace!

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fantastic!!!;D

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Jazzy E (hivenn) said...

You're beautiful! x hivenn

Bravoe Runway said...

I love this outfit Mary Ann and the gorgeous historic home is stunning as your background! The blouse is so pretty, I stopped in at H&M last night and their fall line is full stocked :) So where's bandit today :D he is too cute and I miss him already!

Mary Ann said...

Thanks everyone!

BR - If I could, I'd bring him out in a harness and leash but he chewed up his last one. He's a very hyperactive bunny, not a calm and gentle one. I'd be afraid he'd run off if I let him outside!

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JC said...

What an interesting place to have come across! She must have been an interesting woman to have raised someone with as much spunk that Teddy had!

BTW, adorable outfit! It looks very comfy, casual & chic!

SassyUptownChic said...

Ohhhhh, I love your outfit! So CHIC! What a great photo shoot! Love the antebellum home!

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Tiffany said...

Oh, what a gorgeous house!! I grew up in Louisiana and used to love visiting plantations and old historic homes. That blouse you're wearing is beautiful, too! Thanks for stopping by my blog! =)