Last weekend, we stayed at The Greenbrier, in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia to celebrate my September 13th birthday. Today, I am sharing more photos from our trip.
My early morning walk around the grounds was shrouded in fog.
We enjoyed a delightful brunch before exploring more of the ballrooms and sitting areas as well as the casino. There are numerous shops in the resort.
My daytime look included Montana Moss jeggings from Chico’s here. (A less expensive version is here.) I couldn’t resist this animal print tank from Chico’s here. The reason I like it so much is that there is no gold in the coloring. It is an excellent neutral because it includes only taupe, tan and black and it is also reversible to solid black, and it can be worn with the V-neck in front or the scoop neck in front. The casual black knit jacket is old from J.Jill. A similar style jacket by J.Jill is here. The sandals are here. The salmon color Dooney & Bourke Pebble Grain Small Lexington Shopper is here.
Can you believe I have lived this long and never had a banana split? Mr. Mickey thought it would be a good idea to try it just once. Once is enough!
We spent the afternoon walking off the small amount of that dessert we were able to eat, shopping and watching people until it was time to dress for dinner.
My look at dinner included this royal blue swing jacket by Lior Paris via My Fair Lady here. (The coupon code at My Fair Lady is Fall18 for 15% Off. Valid now till 10/31) I wore the black crepe tank and pants (style 709) from my shopping site here. The dressy black sandals by Kenneth Cole are old. Similar here. The clutch bag is also old. Similar here. Some of the referral and affiliate links in my posts may generate a small commission for Susan After 60 Inc.
The first course at dinner was a Salade Niçoise With Fresh Tuna.
The main course was halibut with vegetables.
Yet another dessert! This time it was the famous Greenbrier Bread Pudding with Vanilla Sauce (recipe here).
We hope you enjoyed seeing the pictures from our special weekend at The Greenbrier. The journey home was also an adventure. More about that on Friday!