Can you tell the color red has slowly creeped into my very dark wardrobe? This red sweater from H&M was a super score for many reasons: perfect for the holidays (christmas and single awareness day aka Valentine’s Day), it was on sale, super comfortable, long enough to wear with leggings, a fun bold color. No need to go any further with the details on this sweater so let’s move on, shall we?
Staying cozy and warm is a necessity in the winter, sometimes its not always about looking cute but staying warm. With this sweater from Target I was able to accomplish the cute and warm look. I loved that this had such a mix of fabric: faux sherpa, faux suede and a knit. Everything that is needed when it comes to a cozy winter look.
Continuing with my full looks from the “cami series” here is the amazing red velvet cami look. Although I tend to wear mostly black, I couldn’t help myself when it came to purchasing this red velvet cami. This time around I wore it with jeans and a faux leather jacket.
Bringing this look back from last year it is definitely a jacket I like to wear during the month of February. This time around I went for an all black look underneath with a hint of layers.
All girls have that moment where you feel the need to buy a new outfit instead of looking at the potential 100 or more options in your closet. Today I took that challenge and decided to use the same pants in 2 different looks with these olive green jeans.
An obsession with velvet this season may or may not be admitted here. This velvet top is much more affordable though. Old Navy and the Gap were having a huge sale on Black Friday and I stocked up! During the winter I like to have different options for layering and I am doing my best to stray away from wearing so much black. Blue is my next favorite color and I can subtly support my favorite hockey team while doing so….
You really thought I left my obsession for star print back in 2017? Think again. I love everything star print, and this scarf is perfect for 2 reasons: 1. star print winter accessories when my outfit is under layers of winter gear 2. it keeps me warm! Old Navy really was my go to for holiday shopping…
Layering doesn’t just mean a cami with a sweater or a graphic tee but subtle details. As I’ve mentioned before Sarah from The House of Sequins really got me inspired with this idea. This velvet tank from Free People was definitely a great buy for this winter, I can wear this top in so many different ways. This look is definitely more of a nighttime look which I have more fun styling.
After my most recent fail of trying to take detailed photo’s of my new cami’s, I figured it would be much smarter to move these shoots to indoors until its tolerable outside. I love layering outfits for a few reasons: you can get more than one look with each item, they can carry over into different seasons and its fun to put these looks together! This look had some major inspiration from Miamiamine… I wanted to recreate one of her looks but in my own way…
Recently I picked up this sweater on Christmas Eve Eve… who doesn’t love to go shopping when the malls are crowded, the parking lot is a game of don’t hit that car or those people? If you can sense my sarcasm then you can sense that I am the Grinch during the holiday season. But I am a sucker for anything super cozy with a little bit of sparkle