Medical Arts Pharmacy

Is spring finally here?! It has been amazing weather in Michigan! High 50s, warm breeze... perfection! On this day we snapped photos, I had the craziest day. It was one of those days I was on deadline and running around the office without my shoes on. I even ran out to my car from work with my heels in my arms racing to my next appointment! Thank goodness for the warmth and dry streets downtown!

I love all of the spots in Grand Rapids where there are old painted billboards. They are so fascinating! This billboard is from when this building was the Medical Arts Pharmacy. I can't find much detailed information, but its years of significance were 1926-1931. Now it has been converted into lofts. I love how these old buildings have such history!

This outfit is one I wear exactly as is probably once a month (or more)! It's like each piece was meant for each other. This dress is so easy to match to black, blue or taupe. I love pairing my navy cardigan, plum tights, taupe and black cut-out oxford heels... it's just too matchy to be true! Plus, this dress always feels a little bit nautical to me so I paired my two nautical accessories - my anchor necklace and helm ring!

Well today... I leave for Texas to attend and speak at the Texas Style Council Conference! You can follow along with me on my trip on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram at username teekuh. I cannot wait to see so many of my friends I only get to see once or twice a year! It's still (and probably will always be) my favorite part about blogging... the amazing people I've met. I'll see you guys next week on the blog with lots of TxSC posts and recaps!

Outfit details:

Drop a Line dress c/o ModCloth
Perusing Bodleian cardigan c/o Ruche
Tights from T.J. Maxx
Compass Rose necklace c/o ModCloth
Helm ring gift from Bonjour Bbydoll
LuLu*s oxford heels