12/6/13

Bits and Pieces: Overcoat

 photo b43f35fd-0ba2-4f90-8884-4663cf2aca5a.jpg  photo 36c5e09d-9ecb-4d9a-96df-c3428d69b655.jpg  photo ca0a67ec-5325-4232-b701-9cd64c6757c9.jpg  photo a99c7195-3202-40cc-94f8-a25e7d21535a.jpg Sometimes I wear an outfit and feel that it is just too comfortable to be allowed in public.  Do you have those outfits?  Ones where you put it on and think "I seriously feel like I am my pajamas - how can this be suitable for the outside world?"  For this look, it is really the boyfriend jeans that make it so easy to wear - getting a break from skinny jeans is a welcome change.  And we already know I have a thing for these super cozy Club Monaco turtlenecks, so it's no surprise that I threw one on with this look.  My trusty Zara overcoat has been going strong for a few years, and these Manolo Blahnik pumps get worn any season - they are that timeless.  I wasn't sure I would like a baggy-on-baggy look, but for me throwing on a fitted shirt helps to make the outfit not as shapeless.  I love a good casual, downtown look, but I need it to still fit my figure and have a slight feminine edge.  My curves aren't going anywhere so I have learned how to work with them and adapt looks to work for me.  Even boyfriend jeans and overcoats. 

Overcoat - Zara (similar here) | Turtleneck - Club Monaco | Jeans - Gap (similar here) | Belt - Madewell | Shoes - Manolo Blahnik

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