Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Fashion: Little Bookstore







One of my favorite ways to spend the evening.

Just minutes away from my home is a cozy bookstore/café. Set on the corner of the village main road, it is a wonderful place to gather for delicious food, conversation and book shopping; to grab a latté, tarte, a new book or magazine, and just enjoy... especially during Autumn and Winter months. Bringing quality food and books together seems like the most natural combination—a winning combination—and a favorite place for so many. Do you have a favorite little bookshop/place like this?


images: Olivia Graham, Smart Dressing—The Gloss

14 comments:

  1. Hi Sarah,

    Love these beautiful photos!
    Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday ~~

    xoxo Laura

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  2. Great images. I want the leopard pumps!
    I hope that you and your family have a nice Thanksgiving, Sarah.
    Teresa

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  3. so "Funny Face"... nice pics, and i really, really love that movie!
    hugs,
    :)
    agnes

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  4. Those wide-leg trousers are the best. The cuffs are to die for!

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  5. I'm not a shopping addict at all but I love bookstores. I can stay there all the day :-) Wonderful post, Sarah!

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  6. What a great shoot - her work is beautiful!!

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  7. We have one in South Perth but the assistants dont look anything like that.Now youve reminded me to visit and also the other one near the beach.Thanks for the reminder.Fiona

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  8. Completely charmed. I love spending hours in bookstores too, especially the little ones with staff that seem to know something about every book!

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  9. My favorite book store is at home! I have a great chair in a corner of my house where the natural light is just perfect. I love that spot.

    Favorite coffee spots I have many in Seattle. (You will find out when you visit! (:. But I have more favorite books stores in Stockholm! (That you will also find out one day).

    I am off to tackle that old turkey!

    Love to you, Mon

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  10. Wendel's is the best! you're right :) I love going there for their fabulous food, and great atmosphere...plus they'll bring in my favorite European magazines...Diane would thank you for your mention :)

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  11. Elliott Bay Bookstore in Seattle...Pioneer Square...little cafe downstairs. Okay, so it's not the "littlest" bookstore in the world...but still manages to be cozy.

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  12. Oh I just love doing that too, and sweet pictures by Olivia.

    xoxo

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  13. Mon -- you are too funny! Happy Thanksgiving*

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  14. I wish I had a lovely little bookish cafe to enjoy. I absolutely adore the last two ensembles. Masculine in form, yet so womanly pretty.

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