Lucketts, VA antique shopping outfit

My latest post for Southern Living is now live! This time I’m talking about Lucketts, Virginia. This little town is less than an hour’s drive from DC, making a very reasonable afternoon (or day) trip. If you’ve been following my blog, you might remember I shared my love for Lucketts as an antique/vintage shopping mecca in the past, so this was a fun excuse to visit again and share my favorite spots to find the best stuff! Read on to see which places I hit up…

The Old Lucketts Store
The Old Lucketts Store
The Old Lucketts Store
The Old Lucketts Store

My first stop was the Old Lucketts Store, a historic building housing 20 different antique dealers offering furniture to antique doors and window frames to beautiful vintage clothing. Over the years I’ve had great luck here – I picked up an ornate piece of wrought iron fencing that I used as a bedframe for a time and now serves as a trellis in my backyard. I also love coming here around the holidays decorations.

The Old Lucketts Store Design House
Lucketts, VA antique shopping outfit
The Old Lucketts Store Design House

Next door is their gorgeous design house where you’ll find all kind of inspiration and decor for your own home. I always find myself admiring the chandeliers and bedframes. On this particular visit, I loved their creative use of metal angel wings to frame this mirror.

Really Great Finds, Virginia

Across the street is Really Great Finds – another good spot to find antiques and unique pieces for your garden. I particularly love the cast iron animals and giant letters that would make for some pretty rad wall art.

striped top, gray skinny jeans and lace-up flats

A little further down the road is Rust & Feathers. This shop has a great mix of new and old – from handmade jewelry from local artisans and heavenly-scented candles by Tatine to vintage furniture and decor. Also a great place to pick up chalk paint if you’re thinking about refurbishing one of your “new” finds!

Patowmack Farm
Patowmack Farm

B and I thought this Lucketts trip would be a great excuse to finally check out Patowmack Farm. This award-winning, farm-to-table restaurant highlights organic, locally-sourced ingredients and has an absolutely stunning view of the Potomac River. We enjoyed a late lunch here and found that the food was just a beautifully-presented as it was delicious! One of our favorite dishes was the ‘Scallop Mi-Cuit,’ which was garnished with delicate wildflowers. We also loved their sorrel chess pie, served with black raspberry and lavender meringues.

Patowmack Farm
Topshop anorak, striped sweater and Celine bag

cat eye sunglasses
lariat necklace
H&M striped sweater
Topshop anorak
DL1961 denim
Stuart Weitzman lace-up flats
Céline bag

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It sounds amazing there! The food looks so tasty. And Rust & Feathers sounds like my kind of place!
And love your outfit as always!
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beautiful post!

Have a great day!
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The shoes are adorable!!

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Nice pictures. Love the lace up flats.
Nina
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Gorgeous photos, looks like you had a blast inVirignia! Xx

xoxo – Life’s True Treasures

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I love your casual outfit for the occasion – you can never have too many striped tops and skinny jeans hanging in your wardrobe! This place looks so special and ‘hidden away’, I love stumbling across places like this – you’ve got me dreaming… 🙂

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Sounds like a brilliant day trip – so lovely you got to share it with southern living! Your look on point as well, love those shoes!
Chic on the Cheap

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I’m in love with this little old town… You look amazing, great Celine bag a lace-up flats 🙂

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Cool pics, I love it!

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What a fun place! The Old Lucketts Store, looks like they have some amazing things! I’d love to visit there sometime. Beautiful post and great outfit!
~Lili
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Beautiful pictures! Love your jacket!
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So many cute finds and pretty little spots! The food at Patowmack Farm looks absolutely delicious.
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Gorgeous photos! I never knew I wanted to go there but now I do! 🙂

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