It’s almost winter! Okay, that’s a bit of a lie, but I’m feeling really inspired for the winter season, leading to these lovely outfits down here. As you can probably tell, I’m one of those people who like to wear dresses and skirts year round (my shins are the only part of my legs that really get cold and I have a passionate love for tights), but floral jeans deserve much respect for bringing some spring flare into freezing temperatures. Enjoy! 🙂
Collared Sweater + Printed Jeans + Studded LoafersSweater: SheInside for $30; Floral Jeans: Abercrombie & Fitch for $50; Studded Loafers: Head Over Heels at Debenhams for $24; Quilted Bag: Vera Bradley for $47; Hat: H&M for $11
Oversized Sweater + Tribal Mini + Studded BootiesSweater: SheInside for $32; Skirt: Reverse at ShopAKIRA for $45; Tights: Truffle at Clothing at Tesco for $45; Bag: Sold Out; Necklace: SheInside for $12
Snuggly Cardi + Polka Dot Dress + OxfordsCardigan: H&M for $24; Dress: Oasap for $56; Tights: Not Available; Oxfords: OLLIO at Amazon for $16; Feather Necklace: OASIS for $22; Scarf: Topshop for $32
If you don’t live somewhere on the non-northern hemisphere (or perhaps it’s more of a vertical split in the planet that determines weather), like, for example, Australia, then you’ve probably realized that autumn is on its way. Unfortunately for me, it seems to be taking a leisurely stroll to my neighborhood when it could have just sped over in its Ferrari. So, until autumn does actually hit its destination, I’ll have to resign myself to making Polyvore sets of all the outfit ideas I’d like to try when the tree leaves get crispy.
Fun Sweater + Shorts + Cool LeggingsSweater: Happy Family Clothing via etsy.com for $28; Plaid Shirt: Full Tilt via tillys.com for $27; Shorts: Ksubi via net-a-porter.com for $200; Baroque Print Leggings: Miss Selfridge via missselfridge.com for $35; Ankle Booties: Crush via republic.co.uk for $49; Bag: TALLY WEiJL via tallyweijl.com for $26
Oversized Sweater + Edgy Mini + Colored TightsSweater: sheinside.com for $48; Edgy Mini: H&M via hm.com for $13; Tights: Topshop via shop.nordstrom.com for $8 (sold out); Moccasins: Minnetonka via madwell.com for $40; Backpack: ASOS via asos.com for $76; Necklace: sheinside.com for $14
Vintage Sweater + Girly Mini + Combat BootsVintage Sweater: udobuy.com for $42; Lace Mini: Miso via republic.co.uk for $41; Tights: Hobbs via houseoffraser.co.uk for $16; Combat Boots: Soda via myhotshoes.com for $30; Skinny Belt: us.topshop.com for $32; Bag: Laconic Fashion via sammydress.com for $23
Sorry if you live in the koala’s native country, in which the sentiments of this post are slightly irrelevant. If it makes you feel better, you still get to brag about your geographical superiority. Being a country and a continent at the same time totally triumphs over every other country or continent’s feats. Though it does make me wonder what it must be like to be New Zealand. I don’t think most Americans even know what a Zealandia is…curse you World Geography (which you can probably tell I did poorly in)!
I think I have a problem. Said problem is purple, a mini skirt, and wishes it were made out of actual corduroy fabric. Yes, it’s a “cute” skirt (in theory) and looks great with hot pink socks and a pair of Chucks, but something about it just rubs me the wrong way. It’s like that person you meet who is perfectly nice to you, yet you just can’t bring yourself to actually want to befriend them. Of course, pretty much everybody’s had this experience, so there’s nothing really wrong with my issue. Well, nothing other than my uttermost refusal to actually part ways with my skirt. Alas, it’s an itch that I just can’t scratch. On the bright side, though, it’s an itch that styles well.