textures_main snow_main upanddown_main cheers_main postholidayjoggers_main bestgiftever_main redsandgreens_main secretweapons_main neonpop_main prepblues_main
Share on

Textures

textures_1 textures_2 textures_3

Shop a similar look

Playing with textures and patterns adds instant appeal to an outfit, and since a winter wardrobe can feel like it’s made entirely of tweeds, knits, and wools, it couldn’t be simpler to mix things up.  Try pairing similar textures while mixing bright and neutral colors for a casual and fun look.

{Loft top; J. Crew skirt; H&M tights; Just Fabulous boots; Ray Ban sunglasses; Catbird rings}

Shop a similar look

textures_1 textures_2 textures_3

Twitter

Instagram

Snow

snow_1 snow_2 snow_3

Shop a similar look

As much as I dread the cold weather that comes with living in the Philadelphia area this time of year, I can’t deny that I love a good snow day.  The last few years I’ve made an effort to add more bold and bright winter gear to the mix because it’s honestly a lot more fun to bundle up when you’re throwing on some neon.

{American Eagle denim, jacket, and hat; Aerie for American Eagle t-shirt; J. Jill sweater; H&M necklace; Just Fabulous boots; misc. sunglasses from eBay}

Shop a similar look

snow_1 snow_2 snow_3

Up and Down

upanddown_1 upanddown_2upanddown_3

Shop a similar look

I’m a big fan of an outfit that’s simple, yet interesting, and I’m always seeking out ways to be simultaneously dressed up and down.  Sneakers are a surefire way to dress any look down, of course, but a ribbed sweater over a drop-waist dress allowed the pleat detailing to shine, creating a casual balance that works for weekend or midweek.

{Worthington dress from JC Penney; Forever 21 sweater; Tretorn sneakers; Just Fabulous JF Roar bag; H&M tights; misc. sunglasses}

Shop a similar look

upanddown_1 upanddown_2upanddown_3

advertisement