The “Mystery Diner” recently wrote about a nearby restaurant that we had not yet visited. We spent some time shopping in downtown Bristol before dinner.
While I browsed in Studio 6, I made fast friends with these beautiful ladies. We had loads of fun chatting with the owner. Studio 6 is a women’s boutique, located at 531 State Street in Bristol, VA.
My look of the day included a Covered Perfectly long sleeve tee, Juliet pants from last year, loafers from three years ago, a Helmet Lang jacket from five years ago, and my pewter color Kate Spade bag. The gray wool coat is about four years old.
My choice of simple styles in solid neutral colors give me a wardrobe of easy mix and match combinations that I enjoy for years.
The elements of my looks are rarely new, so I share highlighted links to similar current items, often at luxury and medium price points. The shopping links in my posts may result in a small commission for me at no additional cost to you.
Large silk twill scarves keep me warm all winter while adding a touch of elegance to my simple combos. That’s scarf #1 folded on the bias. I show how to fold on the bias here. The video here demonstrates how to tie the scarf as shown. Comment below if you would like to see the rest of the scarves in my inventory.
Our dinner destination was the Brooklyn Grill & Cafe at 2125 Euclid Ave, Bristol, VA.
We shared an appetizer of baked brie with fresh fruit.
I had the Chicken Marsala, an Italian-American dish of chicken cutlets and mushrooms in a Marsala wine sauce with a twice-baked potato.
Mr. Mickey had the Mahi Mahi with lump crab meat.
The house-made chocolate cake was very rich. When we dine out, we often share choices, and I never eat everything on my plate.