Pretend the blank wall behind me is an architecturally beautiful historical street or an expansive field with orange leaves decorating the sky and ground. Right now it is freezing enough to numb my ears and it's been made worse by a cold and mean rain. I could not be outside any longer than necessary (car and back only), so I had to find my own little corner in my own little room.
I wore this to my Bird Bakery outing. The black and kelly green was not as cheery as the bakery decor, but the light and bright colors should maybe go into semi-retirement. I'm glad I got a bunch of sweaters and other long-sleeved things shopping in St. Louis with my sister. I realized that stores in locations with serious winters keep the best options in stock. Obvious, I know, but now that I'm back down here maybe I should have found myself a warmer coat than this one while I was still up there.
These black Levi's Bold Curve are awesome because I don't need a belt and not awesome because they always look so faded and off-black. The black oxford heels are here again. I don't usually wear heels, but according to my sister flats make you look dumpy. In response to that opinion and to appear more my age (recently mistaken for a high school student...not awful, just inaccurate), I've decided to wear heels more often.
Beware of sales trickery. Read all the lines.
Free Country reversible jacket
Kenar Extrafine Merino Wool sweater (TJ Maxx)
Levi's Bold Curve skinny jeans (Macy's I think)
B.O.C Oxford heels (DSW)
Clara bracelet (Jewel Mint)
black and purple stone earrings (gift)