Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Burgundy Basics


Zara Pants; JJ Basics Sweater Vest via Nordstrom; Guess Denim Jacket; Alfani Heels c/o Macy's; Forever 21 Necklace

"Oxbood" is the color this season, but I prefer to call it by its original name, burgundy. I picked up these pants at Zara and I find myself reaching for them more than my jeans. The fit, the comfort, the color -- it's all great. The sweater vest and denim jacket are old goodies from the depths of my closet. I swear I have the sweater vest in three others colors (it's the perfect basic!). The denim vest is (and has always been) a size or two too large, but I kind of like the baggy fit. Finished off the outfit with my favorite leopard sling-backs. Simple, easy, and polished.





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Monday, November 19, 2012

Crisp and Cozy


Hi, everyone! Remember me? It's been a while since I've done a proper outfit post -- daylight savings time and San Francisco rain have NOT been kind to me. Nonetheless, I'm back and ready to blog! The weather here in the city has been slightly unpredictable. One minute it's warm, the next minute it's cool and crisp. So, us San Franciscans have to adjust accordingly. When the sun's out, but the wind is blowing, I like to grab a pair of boots, throw on a pair of tights and a sweater, and call it a day. I have been living in these boots by Pink & Pepper. They're perfect for the unpredictable weather and easy on my feet. Did I mention how comfortable they are? I got this cozy knit cardi via Poshmark a little while back and finally put it to use. It's got a great cream color and tons of pockets -- who doesn't love pockets? I finished off the outfit with a delicate necklace by a San Francisco jewelry designer, Margaret Elizabeth and a snazzy head wrap turban by Nicole Miller. Now, I'm not one that usually wears turbans, but I do feel pretty cool for pulling this one off. What do you guys think?
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