With Thanksgiving right around the corner, (literary, it's tomorrow!) there's the question of what to wear. Stay safe with jeans and a nice blouse, or to be somewhat daring and wear a patterned dress. Oh, the possibilities! While I'm leaning towards a cute/different outfit, I still want to be comfortable. After all, it will be a long day. I'd love to hear what you're all wearing, and possibly get some inspiration. Or, if you don't celebrate Thanksgiving you can just include any outfit of your choice. Such a short blog post but I promise I'll be writing more soon!
I could imagine wearing this outfit during a stroll in a city park. I really love the color of the jeans, the hue is so girly yet elegant and mature. The classic black cardigan is comfortable and stylish- a perfect mix. I chose to add a smoky gray scarf fit for the winter weather. The dark red purse is the accent of this piece, the one item that really stands out. Embellished with two zebra heads it adds a unique flair to this outfit.
jeans & shoes: net-a-porter
What are your thoughts on this outfit? What would you wear on a stroll through a park?
I had originally posted this on a review blog I created but no longer use.
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I love love love this look. The jeans. The beige sweater. The cashmere scarf. The seude booties. This outfit totally inspires me. My favorite piece is the booties. They are just so cute, plus since there a neutral color they can mix with tons of looks. Even the background is perfect, it fits in with the fall look. Not to mention the fact that the model, Nanda Polly S. is absolutely gorgeous! She even has a blog.
While picking up cheese pizzas and cal-zones for dinner, I noticed these cute little servings of cheese cake inside the display. Since we had agreed that I could get a desert, I chose one. Quick, yummy, and fulfills a chocolate craving. And tell me that little bit of fudge at the top isn't just adorable?! :)
Sorry for the dim lighting!
I would also like to take the time to thank all of the Veterans. What you do/have done is absolutely amazing and you have so much courage. After picking up dinner, we stopped by a gas station. Inside they were giving out free cookies to all veterans. Even though my mother's father was a veteran, she paid for the cookies. She said that she's an honest person and it was the right thing to do. I thought that was so sweet. The cookies were good and I shared one.