Done In A Dozen: Your Casual Brunch Date Out

Everything You Need For A Casual Brunch Date Out | dreamgreendiy.com

One of my very, very favorite weekend activities (possibly the favorite activity) is brunch. Sadly, John isn’t too keen on brunch type fare, so I’m left waiting for my mom or sister to visit before I can hit my go-to brunch spots on a sunny Sunday morning.

Actually, now that we’re on the topic, I’d like to put a plea out to our little Virginian town: PLEASE MAKE MORE BRUNCH OPTIONS! Waynesboro is decidedly lacking in restaurants with good brunch menus, and no one serves a classic eggs Benedict, which is my top choice for a late Sunday breakfast. If you’re in the proximity of our part of the state, my recommendations (all of which are quite a trek from Waynesboro proper) are Fardowners in Crozet, and Fellini’s and The Whiskey Jar, both of which are in Charlottesville.

Since most of you are from far away, chances are good that your town is kind enough to offer plenty of places to indulge your need for brunch come Sunday morning. If that’s the case, then this below is my dream of the perfect brunch-date-out outfit.

  1. Sunwashed Garment-Dyed V-Neck T-Shirt ($14.95)
  2. Fest Aviator Sunglasses ($55)
  3. Adidas® Unisex Superstar Lace-Up Sneakers ($80)
  4. Artista Cape Scarf ($44.50)
  5. Sapphire Wash Slim Boyfriend Jeans ($54.50)
  6. Leather Braided Tassel Belt ($29.50)
  7. No-show Socks ($10)
  8. Golden Faceted Stud Earring ($9.99)
  9. Bobble Hair Tie ($12.50)
  10. Denim Jacket ($51)
  11. Chevron Crystal Pendant Necklace ($18)
  12. Shoulder Strap Tote ($68.50)

Since we’re still in the midst of that awkward transitional weather between the last lingering whiffs of winter and the first scents of spring, layers are key. An oversized Cape Scarf can be warn on slightly balmy mornings, whereas a classic Denim Jacket will keep the extra chill away just in case.

What do you think? Would you be down to enjoy brunch in this get-up? And let me know in the comments if you like seeing outfit posts here on Dream Green DIY. I never was much into fashion before working for Glitter Guide, but my stylish teammates (and cool features like this one and this one) have me rethinking my aversion to clothes shopping and styling. Let me know if you’d like to see more of these types of roundups because they’re surprisingly fun to curate!

*My promise to you is that the affiliate links featured in this post spotlight items that I use and love myself.
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