October’s first frost arrived a few days ago, so it’s time for the sweaters and warm blazers. A warm jacket felt great when we drove through the countryside to enjoy the changing leaves on Saturday afternoon. I’ve worn my cognac belt, boots, and bag a few times recently because the color feels so appropriate for the fall weather.
Our journey began at The Arts Depot in Abingdon. The Abingdon railroad freight station was burned during Stoneman’s Raid. It was rebuilt after the Civil War, and in 1990 a dedicated group of volunteers began the hard work necessary to transform it into a home for thriving art galleries, working resident artist studios, and the education space it is today.
All the items in my look are from previous years, so I’ll share links to similar current items. Blazer – Tank – Jeans – Boots – Bag – Belt.
We drove on to Backbone Rock from Abingdon, where we stopped to take a few photos before going back to Johnson City via Shady Valley.
After the rain and cold wind passed, the sky became a brilliant blue, and the drive through the mountains was a delight.
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