This month has been insanely busy, with lots of singing on the schedule. I haven’t done a lick of Christmas shopping, so a little trip to the mall was in order.


It was my first chance to wear this fantastic coat that I found at a new consignment shop called The Insatiable Shopper in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, they don’t have an online presence, but I have a feeling it will become a frequent stop for me in the future.


I bought this handmade scarf at a craft fair a few years ago. It’s hard to see in this photos, but it has gold thread throughout.

Last week, I found these and a few other pair of handmade earrings at a holiday fair. They were made by Michelle Preziosa at Madame Seamus Steampunk Fare. Click here to visit her web page. She also had the most adorable purses made from real books.


Earlier in the week, I had a performance with my chorus at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, which was all decked out for Christmas. If you’re ever in the Philadelphia area near Christmas (or any time of year, really) Longwood Gardens is a must-see!


What I’m wearing in this post:

Susan Graver Style coat from The Insatiable Shopper ($27)
Handmade scarf (not handmade by me!) bought at a craft fair
Handmade earrings from Madame Seamus’ Steampunk Fare ($15)

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