Isn’t it crazy to think that there was just a ton of snow on the ground not that long ago and now tomorrow is going to be 62 degrees! We took these photos a day or two after it snowed and although it was beginning to melt, there was still a decent amount of slush on the ground. These boots are my go-to when winter weather occurs because you can walk through anything (rain, snow, sleet and slush) and your feet will stay warm and dry! They are on the heavier side, but you get used to them pretty quickly and it’s totally worth it during the winter.
I love pairing camel and stripes together and normally would wear black or regular denim, but for this look I decided to go the chino route and wore these light green khakis instead. Also, somehow I feel like these boots pull the whole outfit together in a completely different way than a regular bootie, sneaker or heel would, don’t you think? Plus, I actually got to wear the boots for these photos, which was nice, instead of carrying them around like I did here. :)
Happy Tuesday! Did you guys have Monday off? My schedule doesn’t ever really permit an actual day off, but I decided to give myself a break yesterday and enjoy the nice weather. I saw some friends that were in town and then went to see the screening of “Get Out,” which was a crazy psychological thriller and had me on the edge of my seat…read more >
I always love a monochromatic look – there is just something so clean and chic about it, don’t you think? I also love wearing white in the winter, which I feel is refreshing in a way, especially if the weather outside is dark and drab. I originally bought this sweater in black and loved it so much that I bought it in this pretty gray color, which has quickly become one of my favorite pieces I own. It’s a little low in the front so I usually layer with a silk tank. It’s hard to tell in these photos but if you look closely you can see the lace peeking out on the side.
It’s been brutally cold here in New York, so it’s been hard to photograph my regular outfits without completely freezing my booty off, but luckily this warm and fuzzy jacket made this shoot really easy… :) read more >