Last week, I took a long overdue day trip to Tulsa, OK to meet up with my best pal, Sarah. We were finally able to grab a few cups of coffee and yummy food from new favorite coffee shops and local restaurants.
For being a mere 1.5 hours from OKC, I really don’t venture up to Tulsa enough. After hitting Cirque Coffee Roasters for coffee and Bramble Breakfast and Bar for lunch, we walked around The Pearl District to get a little more familiar with this chill part of T-Town.
I could not have asked for a better fall day to explore the city. It was chilly enough for me to rock this red and black buffalo check coat I thrifted earlier this year (which is quickly becoming a favorite of mine).
My favorite pair of distressed, raw hem, high-waisted black jeans were also an obvious choice for me to pick for this ‘fit.
This emerald green beret adds one more subtle color to help break up the all red and black ensemble– and who doesn’t love a beret?
Even though it was a little cold, it was still bright and sunny which required me to break out my new favorite red sunnies (or what Sarah and I refer to as, “Clout Glasses”).
Peep that sick graffiti tho!
I had to channel my inner Tyler Joseph from Twenty One Pilots and add another pop to my outfit with these bright red socks.
These extra shiny, black Steve Madden shoes I copped at Goodwill this summer have also become a staple in my fall wardrobe.
Aaaand I don’t think I want to own another pair of hemmed jeans ever.
This marks the first of many trips to Tulsa in my forseeable future. If not only to go back and grab an oat milk latte from Cirque or a soy Thai Tea latte from The Gypsy Coffee House.
Next time I’m up in T-Town, watch out for this girl in a bold patterned coat sipping on a non-dairy latte or slurping ramen at Jinya Ramen Bar.
However, I’m not the only OKC girl unafraid of a fun piece of outerwear– check out Sarah’s fashion blog to read more about the colorful outfit that she wore last week. She deserves all the love after helping me snap these rad outfit pics!
With love always,