[[ photos by: jaimee c photography ]]
This is one of those places in Minneapolis that holds a heckuvalotta nostalgia for me. I lived a few blocks from this special lil place during college and would come down to the stone arch bridge area often. I had some of my best “dates with Jesus” on these little cobblestone streets. Patrick and I went on many runs down here, and had butterflies-in-our-tummies just figuring out that we really kind of really like each other kind of dates. And eventually we got engaged around here. My friends and I watched the Holiday at the old-fashioned movie theatre down here, crossed the bridge, and pranced around downtown just gabbing away til we realized we had miles left to walk to get back home.Β Don’t send me here when I’m feeling sappy or I’ll start writing poems and singing songs on the bridge.
top: banana republic, emerald shorts: f21, sandals: c/o len

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  1. It's great when we get sentimental; it triggers our deepest emotions. Places like this are special to us.

    Love the creative combination of colors in your outfit. And I don't think I've ever seen someone match their handbag to their hair-color so well.

  2. Love this outfit! You're so pretty! Love the necklace <3
    I'm your newest follower πŸ˜‰

    Great to meet you!
    Katrine πŸ™‚

  3. Your beautiful hair is just glory in these photos πŸ™‚ I love the sparkly gold belt too…and just love the photos, they are always lovely.

    <3 Cambria

  4. I really like that you let your shorts/belt shine by keeping the rest of the outfit neutral. I totally know what you mean about the butterfly locations πŸ™‚

  5. First of all, you look gorgeous! Second of all, I just happen to be friends with your lovely photographer, Jaimee! We went to church together until she recently moved out by you! I'm a little jealous you were able to see her! haha…it's a small world. =)

  6. I think it's so great, and actually important, to have a place like that. For me, it's probably Colonial Williamsburg – we went there every year growing up, so it's like my second home – or Roche Harbor, where my grandparent's have their boat and we've spent many Fourth of July's.

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