Say "hello," again to Sarah. It's been quite some time since we've seen her cute face on the blog. She was first seen here, and you can also check out her photography in my post, "Fresh Paint." The way she wanted to make her next appearance was through her favorite way of easing into the fall season: A sundress and a sweater.
No woman wants to put away her favorite dress, despite even the most frigid of temps. I can recall several times I've worn a dress that offered no amount of warmth in the middle of winter, and I sucked it up because... well, because a red, leather dress is enough of an excuse. While it's not below freezing yet, to extend the life of Sarah's Urban Outfitters day dress (similar here), she threw on my big, Gap sweater and some edgy, heeled boots.
A statement necklace is an essential, and you can always find Sarah's trusty, "world map" watch on her wrist.
What better way to capture Miss Urmston than atop of her new, humble abode? Sarah recently crossed the murky Ohio River and has planted herself in the heart of Covington, Kentucky. Her rooftop view is insanely cool and access to it is easy (with minor awkward crawling involved which makes for a good giggle). Since Sarah has moved in, we've celebrated on this rooftop numerous times; for special occasions (her 23rd birthday) or just because. The rest of her Covington surroundings continue to keep this lady inspired. It's got just the right amount of urban and charm. Every corner you turn has eye-catching appeal; vine-covered buildings, sunflowers as big as your head, and interesting murals scattered throughout.
It seemed Sarah and I had gone too long without seeing each other this past time. The stress of life had been heavy for the both of us and we desperately needed each other's company. Thanks to her new 'hood, we seem to have come up with a routine that helps take the weight off: rooftop hangs, Zola burgers, a good cider, and laughs--lots of those. Although I had an extreme fear of falling off the roof as I'd back up to capture Sarah in her entirety, the night we had and photographs we got were worth it--and thankfully, no one was hurt in the process.
Night Walkers: Sometimes a leash is a gal's best accessory.