What to Wear: San Antonio

San Antonio
This right here is a pretty good approximation of what I’ll be packing for my one day of trotting around in San Antonio. We fly in late Thursday, Dom’s cousin gets married on Friday (congrats Britt!), and then we have one day of exploring the city before we fly back out early Sunday.
The weather isn’t looking quite as warm as I would like, so I’m packing in layers. My pair of floral print pants and an oversized black sweater are staples. Seriously, my work is getting sick of seeing them. Actually, who am I kidding, this whole outfit is staples. Except that hat. Ooooh, that hat. I’ll probably eventually ditch it in favor of a beanie, but when else will my ridiculously wide-brimmed floppy hat get some love?!? Never, Kristen. The answer is never.

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