Thursday, January 28, 2016

Red & Leopard


What I'm Wearing
Coat: Dynamite [old, similar] | Pants: H&M [love these] | Sweater: Forever21 
Booties: Isola | Bag: Ecco | Hat: H&M | Scarf: Dynamite 

Look at all that snow!  I still can't believe how much we got last weekend.  It was about 2 feet.  I usually enjoy it as soon as it's coming down, but after a few days I just want it to all melt away.  It's hard to shoot outside right now because this is literally everywhere you turn.  It does make for a pretty background though. :) 

 I didn't buy myself that many new coats this winter and thankfully this year has not been as brutal as last year.  Most of my outfits lately have consisted of a lot of older pieces, which you might have noticed in my recent style posts.  I did a major closet clean out two weeks ago and as always came across things that I either forgot about or just have not worn in such a long time.  It feels like a waste to see these items hanging in my closet, but not getting any use.  Then there are those items, like these booties, that I wear ALL the time.  Seriously these booties have been my go-to for the last several months.  They are the most comfortable shoes to wear during the day.  I wore them all the time in Ireland!  I've always been a fan of the whole red, black and leopard combo so I couldn't help but put another look together.  You know how much I love black on black and then popping it out with color and/or print.  There are so many different combinations that you can create with all black as your base. 

I'm getting ready to gear up for Sweden next week!  I think it's supposed to snow there a few days before I arrive.  I can't wait to share photos and the experience with you all.  Happy Thursday. <3

2 comments:

  1. Loving the coat for a pop of color.

    Liv

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  2. Love the pop of colour! I did a closet cleanout recently and now I am working some of the older pieces that haven't been worn in a while into my rotation.
    Charlene The Frugal Fashionista

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