In every effort to utilize my spring/summer clothes for winter, I re-purposed this dotted top, which is so cute standalone, to be the 'pop' of my outfit today. It also prevented me from looking like a black blob (as my boyfriend called me).
I usually wear this shade in the lipstick form, not in the blouse form but I quite like color for a change. Plus it's versatile. Great casually (lighter jeans, neutral boots) or dressy (leather pants and leopard heels). And it may be just me but I have a tough time finding cool long sleeved blouses for fall.
A+ for Kim, whose style is certainly elevated post-North. Mixing neutrals, soft make-up, and classic silhouettes are all tenets of my personal style so I've enjoyed seeing what she's been wearing. Die for the oversized camel coat.
This coat is an absolute treasure I found at H&M a few years ago. And while its studs are trendy, the coat has been a classic staple that I could never part with. I could never part with the endless compliments I get on it either. Wink.
Today is sort of a mish mash of neutrals (again) and I'm finally showing you my favorite beige booties I wrote about last week. Happy Thursday, kids! Almost there!
Sigh. These pants. They are a great color and appear to be a great fit but they are seriously uncomfortable. No stretch. No give. They are Gap legging jeans, appropriately named "Always Skinny" and trust me, they are always. skinny.
My boyfriend calls it a clown coat. The lapels are big but the price tag wasn't so I picked it up and took it home. Reminds me of Kim Kardashian's beloved (and over-photographed) Max Mara coat she's been seen in lately.
The best places to get chunky funky sweaters are thrift stores (for example, this one). They're perfectly oversized, just the right amount of worn in, and come in unique colors that are often hard to find. And just like denim, the best sweater is someone else's sweater. If that doesn't gross you out.