What do you wear when summer is in full swing? When the temperatures are in the 90’s with high humidity, we are going to be hot no matter what we wear. I opt for white, lightweight natural fabrics that skim the body, carefree hair, sandals, pretty silver jewelry and then just go with the flow.
We arrived in Asheville late in the afternoon to enjoy the passing parade of people, street performers, and dinner at the sidewalk café, Rhubarb. (They also have indoor seating and a nice bar area.)
One of Mr. Mickey’s favorite views is the arrival of the bread. Below is the view from our table. The four-piece band was very entertaining.
Mr. Mickey had the tilefish. I had the trout.
After dinner, we walked through Pack Square Park and down the street to Old Europe for dessert. Opened in 1994 by Melinda and Zoltan Vetro, Old Europe has been a fixture in downtown Asheville for over two decades. Melinda trained as a pastry chef in her native Hungary before immigrating to the US in the early 1990s with her husband, settling in Asheville and opening a cafe serving European-inspired pastries and locally roasted coffee.
How hot was it? We had parked in the sun, so when we returned, the reading for the outside temperature on the dash, read 127!
Gifted jewelry completed my look for the day. The beautiful necklace here and bracelet here are from Beauty In Stone. Use the code SAS10 For $10 off any item. My watch is from Nordgreen here. Use the discount code (SUSAN15)