Monday, November 12, 2012

Covered


There's just something about cold weather that makes me want to wear maxi skirts. It's not like this skirt was particularly warm (unlike Friday's maxi skirt), but being covered head-to-toe with fabric feels appropriate for winter weather. I just randomly felt like trying the slouchy-all-over look, so I threw on the oversized sweater coat (pictured below). It made me look a bit like a hobo, but hey, that's the beauty of fashion - you can experiment with an odd look one day, and switch back to normal the next day if it doesn't work out.



Brown turtleneck: Kohl's
Blue maxi dress: Forever 21
Beige jacket: vintage
Beige boots: Jeffrey Campbell (Rumble boots) from Urban Outfitters
Leopard print hat: Albertus Swanepoel for Target
Blue necklace: made by my aunt
Brown belt: thrifted

9 comments:

  1. I really like how you experiment and change up lengths and silhouettes. Love this hat, and your belt speaks of chocolate frosting.

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  2. I agree - maxis seem like the right choice for cooler weather!
    I need to get out my leopard fedora too!
    Chic on the Cheap

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  3. Stacey this is one of your best outfits ever!!! I just love the retro styling, and the layering topped with leopard print is just gorgeous!! I've had a leopard fedora on my wishlist for ages, must make it reality!!

    Have a great week, sweetie :))

    Catherine x
    http://notdressedaslamb.com

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  4. Oh I like this maxi skirt! You remind me--I need to wear mine more often. I love the color of this turtleneck as well and, of course, the fedora.

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  5. Your sweater jacket is stunning! And cute hat! xo
    Best, M.
    http://fadedmstyle.com

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  6. That is so true! You can recreate yourself every day with fashion, that's the wonderful part! I like the boho look on you, it looks so comfy and chic the way you wear it! Also, I want that belt, so cool!

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  7. I love the layers of this look with the sweater coat.

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