Sweater: Burton, Belt: Pac Sun, Jeans: Gap, Heels: ALDO (similar here)Just because I wear snow boots on my walk to work doesn’t mean I have to wear them once I get to work… or for quick trips to the mailbox. Not even Vermont’s winter weather could send my shoe collection into hibernation. These bold patterned ALDO heels might not be practical in the snow but they sure do brighten up a grey day.
what bold accessories have you been wearing this winter?
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Tagged ALDO, Bold Accessories, Bold Winter Accessories, Burton Apparel, Cowl Neck Sweater, Gap, Hooded Cowl, Outfit Posts, Vermont Fashion, Vermont Life and Style Blog, Winter Accessories, Wore Out
Another amazing lunch date with Nicole (last seen here & here). After lunch at Misery Loves Company (so good) we talked our friend Brett into playing photog which of course meant it turned into a total laugh-fest which is exactly what I needed. Besides, if it is the end of the world why not go out with a belly full of MLC’s famous fries, in the company of friends, wearing a fabulous pair of heels?
Cheers to the weekend and the final push before the holidays!
*on me – Lux Jacket: Classy Closet, Scarf: Florence, Tablot’s Ruffle Front Blouse: Goodwill, Belt: Pac Sun, Skirt: Thrifted, Tights: Hue, Heels: ALDO
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Tagged ALDO, Bold Prints, End of the World, Lunch Date Look, Military Inspired Jacket, Misery Loves Co Food Truck, Misery Loves Company, Outfit Posts, Vermont Life and Style Blog, What to Wear to the End of the World, Winter Coat with Fur Lined Hood, Wore Out
Knit Hat: UO, Jacket: Wilson’s Leather, Sweater: Zara, Jeans: Gap, Skull Ring: Vending Machine, Heels: ALDO
Yet another modified version of jeans and a tee, my go to outfit. Since this is such a simple look I added texture with the knit hat and leather jacket and a pop of color with my wild print ALDO heels. I was on the fence about buying these heels (the print reminded me of an early 90’s track suit a neighbor used to have) until two little girls shopping with their mom told me they liked my “big girl shoes” and just like that I was sold.
What helps you decide when you’re on the fence about a purchase?
Posted in New Coat November, Wore Out-Outfit Posts
Tagged ALDO, Bold Prints, Casual Fall Outfits, Colored Denim, How to style a moto jacket, Jeans and a tee, Knit Hats, Outfit Posts, Vermont Life and Style Blog, Wilson's Leather, Wore Out
Sunglasses: Dollar Store, Cardigan & Bar Ring: Downtown Threads, Men’s Button- up (worn as dress): Goodwill, Jeans: Thrifted in PA, Scarf: Gifted, Boots: Steve Madden, Bag: ALDOThis Saturday (St. Patrick’s Day) D and I slept in, had a late breakfast at Sneakers in Winooski, spent the afternoon enjoying the unseasonably warm weather and then headed downtown for a few St. Patty’s Day drinks with friends.
This is what I wore for breakfast at Sneakers, which was insanely good by the way. D had the chocolate-Guinness pancake special while I opted for the mouthwatering delicious California eggs Benedict and one of the best soy lattes I’ve ever had. Everything was delicious and after almost licking our plates clean neither of us needed lunch!
I wore a men’s button up as a mini dress over jeans with my beloved, and freshly cobbled, Steve Madden cowboy boots. On my last trip to Goodwill I found, fell in love with, and bought a men’s large cream colored button up with a fun burnt orange print. It was too big for me to be able to wear it as a top but it turned out to be perfect as a mini dress. Don’t you just love when that happens?
Want to learn how to turn a shirt into a shirtdress like the one I’m wearing above? Check out my very first how to video here!
Are their pieces in your wardrobe that you wear in “unconventional” ways? Were you St. Patrick’s day celebrations wild & crazy or on the calmer side?