White Denim and Red Silk

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The Tabard Inn is a popular brunch spot in downtown DC. It’s attached to a historic hotel rowhouse that’s been around since 1922 and took in female emergency service volunteers during World War II.

Both the cozy interior and brick garden exterior patio have so much character. My husband and I got up bright and early one Saturday morning and snagged a table at the ivy adorned outdoor patio. 

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They serve traditional brunch dishes like eggs benedict, frittata, and biscuits with gravy, but the real star of the menu is the most delicious homemade sugary donuts with whipped cream. Heavenly!

Of course, if you have a little sweet, you need a little savory too. The huevos rancheros with black beans and spicy “divorciados” sauces (red chili and green tomatillo) and homemade guacamole did the trick.

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This red silk scarf is one of my favorites. It was given to me by my mother a few years back, and while you may not be able to see well from the photos, it features a leaf print all over it, which makes it perfect for fall. I paired it with a thin red sweater, white denim, and suede booties for a casual weekend brunch look.

Outfit details: sweater: The Limited, Jeans: Levi Strauss, Booties: Banana Republic, scarf: unknown, tote: Christian Siriano for Payless

As always, I love sharing my experiences and outfit inspiration with all you. But I want to get to know you  better! Are you a fan of brunch? What are you wearing these fall weekends?

6 thoughts on “White Denim and Red Silk

  1. You look beautiful wearing red and I really love the entire look. Brunch at the Tabbard Inn seems super delicious and just looking at the pictures made me really hungry! So glad you got to enjoy a wonderful morning day with your better half. Thanks for sharing and have a blessed week! XOXO, Jeannette

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