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December,18 2013 | Bits and Pieces, Club Monaco, Giles & Brother, J. Crew, Lookbook, Madewell, Rag & Bone
When I texted my mother and said we were outside taking outfit shots in the snow, her response was “You are committed. Or you should be committed.” Touche, mom. Touche. But nonetheless, there we were, snapping shots amongst the kids trying to build a snowman (ugh, and the snowman trying to photo bomb me which was NOT going to happen), catching some moments as the first flakes began to fall. Yes it was cold, but nonetheless so fun. Denim on denim has become sort of a uniform for me at this point and I delight in acquiring different shades/colors to wear together and see how many combinations I can pull off. I know some of you have commented that this look can be hard to wear, but I completely disagree. If you have a denim shirt and some jeans, it will work. Do the tones need to match? Nope. Does the texture of the denim need to match? Nada. Part of the beauty of this pairing is putting any combination of denim together to create the look. It’s denim, after all. It goes with everything. And my new Rag & Bone boots made their maiden blog post voyage with this look, and in the snow as luck would have it. But the distressed finish of the boot only looks better the more it is worn and weathered. Now my hair on the other hand was not making it’s appearance in this look so out came my trusty GAP wool fedora which has become one of my favorite purchases of all time. The overall look is a tab urban cowgirl, but I just love it. Giddy up, taxi. Giddy up.
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Shirt – J.Crew (similar here and here) | Jeans – Madewell (similar here) | Boots – Rag & Bone (in love with these too) | Belt – Madewell | Hat – GAP (similar here) | Scarf – Club Monaco (similar here) | Bracelet – Giles & Brother
| December 16, 2013
I have super oily skin so powders are my friend, however if I am using something that is not finely milled, it will sit atop my skin