If you’re a longtime reader (thank you!), then you know my husband and I like to go to zoos. And today’s outfit post documents what I wore to the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, which is located in the Point Defiance Park on the north tip of Tacoma. It’s a smaller zoo, but they definitely make the most out of what they have.
I didn’t realize the zoo had camels — and a camel ride! — when I picked out my camel tee to wear to the zoo. Style synergy! And yes, the zoo handlers with the camels went gaga over my camel tee! As did Sinbad the camel. 😉
It was unusually hot that day, and I knew we would be walking a lot, so that’s the reason for wearing the most comfortable sandals I own plus the fedora to help shade the sun. The Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium also has an interactive children’s area as well as a carousel.
And yes, Sam and I are “fedorable” together! 😉
The rest of the photos in this post features a mural on the side of what used to the be the local food co-op (sadly closed a few weeks ago) along 6th Avenue. The mural showcases a nature and mountain scene of what I am assuming is Mount Rainier.
Hats off to summer! Next week, our fall term begins!
Weather: Heat-advisory hot and sunny
Where: Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium and clothes shopping afterwards (you’ll see the fitting room pics tomorrow!)
What I wore:
- Camel tee: Kohl’s, birthday gift from my mom a few years ago
- Ankle pants: Style&Co. for Macy’s, old
- Metallic sandals: Naturalizer via DSW, a couple of summers ago
- Fedora: Stetson, vintage, bought at vintage hat store in Amsterdam
- Hoop earrings: InPink, c/o giveaway, old
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