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Gibson Ruffle Hem Top (comes in 11 colors!!) // Distressed Jeans // Jaylen Wedges // Daniel Wellington Petite Melrose Watch // BP Purse // Monogram Necklace // Silver Stud Earrings

Hello all!! Coming at ya today with a guide of fun things to do in Doylestown. If you’ve been sticking around the blog for a while now, you know that I absolutely LOVE Doylestown. It is one of my fave towns in the suburbs of Philadelphia. Today, I thought i’d paid tribute to all that this beautiful town has to offer.

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The Outfit

For real tho…how pretty is the color of this top? I’m in love with this deep cobalt blue and double score this top comes in 11 colors!!! It’s dressy enough to wear to work or can be dressed down to look casual as well. The jeans are a steal of a deal at only, and feel like you are wearing pajamas!!!
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Places to Visit

Mercer Museum: a unique museum of collection of objects

Moravian Tile Works: a historic landmark that also still make unique tile and pottery

Peace Valley Park: a gorgeous park complete with walking trails, a beautiful lake, nature center, lavender farm, and plenty of spots for a picnic

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Where to Shop

Clothing: Holly Hill Boutique // Estate // Smith and Scott

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Where to Eat

Maxwell’s On Main: relaxed low-key pub vibe with delicious eats and cocktails

Station TapHouse: great view at the train station to watch the trains passing by, tons of beers on draft

Pag’s Pub: great pizza and wine/whiskey selection

86 West: great indoor/outdoor atmosphere with fabulous sushi and unique menu

Doylestown Brewing Company: fabulous local beer with a cool, relaxed vibe

 

Have you ever been to Doylestown? What is your favorite thing to do there? Drop me a comment below. I’d love to hear from you!

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Alison