Monday, February 15, 2016

Tassel Booties & A Blanket Scarf








What I'm Wearing 
Blazer: Charlotte Russe [old, similar] | Blanket Scarf: Dynamite [old, love these]
Jeans: TopShop | Booties: Schutz | Sweater: Forever21 | Bag: Apt9 [old, love this style]


It feels good to be back and finally settled in after the craziness of the past two weeks. I was able to catch up on some sleep over the weekend and adjust back to our time.  Jet lag is a real thing.  That 6 hour time difference in Sweden really messed me up for a little bit there. No idea how I will handle an even bigger time difference. I can't wait to share my trip with you guys, most likely tomorrow for Travel Tuesday!  

Today's look is an outfit that I shot right before my trip and I decided to hold off on posting it until I got back.  I'm so happy that I did otherwise I wouldn't have had anything new to put up today.  Burgundy and grey has become one of my top favorite color combos this season so I really wanted to play around with it again. I pretty much based my entire look around these grey suede tassel booties.  How amazing are they?! They're definitely different from all of my other booties, so I was looking forward to incorporating them into an outfit this season.  Initially I was planning to do an all grey look, but I've done that before several times.  I was searching through my closet and came across this plaid blanket scarf that I wore all the time last year and knew it would be the perfect piece.  Once I decided to pair these shoes with the scarf, the rest of the outfit just came together.  I wore this on one of those rare days when it was not freezing out, so instead of a jacket, I went with a sweater and blazer.  If you decide to do color blocking, but are a bit hesitant, then I suggest throwing in a printed piece that blends well with both colors.  I think that the scarf really brought this outfit together.  I also made sure to keep the bag and sweater neutral so that it created the right balance. 

Thanks for stopping by today! <3 

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