|Cardigan: Anthropologie, Kay cardigan|
Shirt: Banana Republic, (similar)
Skirt: Anthropologie, Songbird skirt
Shoes: Puma, very old
Random anecdote: we live in a pretty touristy area, and a few days ago, my husband was outside BBQing when a van drove straight onto our lawn at a 90 degree angle to the road. As my husband stood there, gawking, a woman popped out of the driver's side and trilled: "Don't worry, it's just me!"
She came over with an address scrawled on a piece of paper. My husband helpfully gave her directions. She hopped back into her car and then proceeded to back out onto the road. She drove forward a few feet, then reversed onto our lawn, performed a three point turn and then drove away.
My husband came into the house and told me that a Korean woman had just driven across our lawn. I asked him how he knew she was Korean, and he told me that there was Korean writing on the piece of paper. Of course, I had to test him. I found an image on google of Korean, Japanese and Chinese writing all on the same page and asked him if it was Korean, Japanese and Chinese. To my surprise, he told me he thought all three were on the same page. In my husband's words: "Chinese writing looks complicated, Japanese writing is swoopy, and Korean has lots of circles."
Anyway, I think I could probably run a weekly column based solely on things that tourists have said to my husband (with the first post being the Sasquatch Teat post I shared a few weeks ago here.)
And possibly, I could also run a weekly column on ways my husband has outsmarted me.