Canadian Thanksgiving was last weekend so N and I drove out to the lake to spend it with my parents and nana, who was out visiting for the holiday. This time of year is so gorgeous out there. (Who am I kidding. All times of year are! I love the valley.) We spent most of our time eating, drinking, hot tubbing, and enjoying time with my family.
I always think life is going to slow down so much once fall hits, but it honestly hasn't. Even taking an extra half day over the Thanksgiving weekend, I came back to work exhausted. It was the longest three and a half day workweek! We need to try and be hermits a bit more - maybe renew our gym and running commitments.
We left the lake Monday morning for Calgary. We'd scheduled some engagement photos with an awesome husband and wife team for that afternoon so we had to be back for that and then dinner with N's family.
We had an amazing time hanging out with Carly and Boe. They made both of us completely comfortable and we took lots of great photos in some great locations. We've seen a couple teasers and I totally love them! I can't wait to see the rest.
The Jeffery Cambell shoes I'm wearing in these photos are some of my favourites. I bought them last year and always get comments on them. Mostly because I'm 6'2" when I wear them and people don't seem to know what to do with that. My mom calls them my Mr Munster shoes. Almost everyone has some kind of reaction to them. They are honestly the most comfortable pair of heels I own, though. Seriously. They're super high, but just amazing.
I splurged in Seattle and bought these waxed green jeans. They're Madewell and I'm considering only buying their pants from here on out. They are so comfortable and fit so perfectly. You don't argue with jeans that make your butt look good. It should probably be a rule.
What you should probably take away from this outfit post is that I am wearing the classy version of pyjamas. Everything is comfortable, stretchy, and perfect for this time of year. Pyjama comfort without looking like a bum? You're welcome.