Monday, April 30, 2012

Outfit Post: IFFBoston Style + Instagrams

This past weekend, the man and I took in some independent films at IFFBoston which is our local film festival, held every April. We always try to take in at least one movie a year, sometimes two. This year, we made a day of it to take in the Documentary Shorts package, featuring the South Street Diner screening of the lovely Melissa Dowler (and her hubby) whom I met at the Boston Bloggers event and another favorite of ours, Cat Cam.

Anyhoo, we spent the day checking out some movies, doing a little shopping and drinking beers, many, many beers. So what did I wear this whole time? Well, I am certainly glad that you asked. I brought my camera and forced the man to take outfit post pictures while we were out and about. I am 100% positive that he was embarrassed but I did not care.

Did I document my day in Instagram? Well, I did the best I could ;-) whilst having a few daylight beers... here's some of what I snapped and shared.

What did you guys do this weekend?


  1. the shoes are so cool!:) Kisses!

  2. Lucky you, I stayed in and hid from the rain and wind! Love that satchel.

    Lucy Loves To Blog

  3. Cute pics! I love your wedges, especially against the brick :)
    xo, Megan

  4. I can totally picture B being embarassed and you loving it! LOL

  5. Thank you for the kind welcome on IFB. That bag is to die for! I must have it :) Who doesn't love polka dots?

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