WIWW: Dogwood Art Festival

2013, Fashion, OOTD

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Dogwood trees are in bloom, which of course means it’s the start of festival season in Atlanta!

One of my favorite things about Atlanta summers are the countless festivals with music, food and entertainment – all for free!

While I’m not a big country music fan, people came out in droves to listen to the Kurt Thomas Band!

While others came out to take a cultural stroll through the art exhibits including sculptures, paintings, photographs and more!

Despite it being mid-April, a cold spell came through the weekend of the Dogwood Festival.  It’s interesting to see different people’s tolerance for chilly temperatures.  It was an autumnal day with Spring flowers and sunshine.  People wore everything from shorts and sundresses to sweaters and boots.

What I Wore:

Top – Banana Republic

Vest – Aeropostale

Jeans – Lizard Thicket

Boots – Shoe Dazzle

Necklace – World Market

Sunnies – Marshalls

Watch – Citizen Eco-Drive

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