Goodbye, February



I know I always say this, but the difference is in the details. If I had to give one answer to any style advice questions, it would be that. How different would this outfit be if I didn’t have a hat and sunglasses on? And what if I had chosen plain boots instead of patent leather? It may not be your sartorial preference, but it’s obvious that I’ve taken a look and made it my own.



My second style commandment is to put comfort first. I’ve learned this the hard way over the years! There’s nothing worse than holding a certain posture all day, for fear that your dress will bulge or buttons will pop. And uncomfortable shoes? Forget it. Teetering around in ill-fitting heels is agony. Β Christian Louboutin once said:

” I wouldn’t take it as a compliment if someone looked at one of my shoes and said, ‘Oh, that looks like a comfortable shoe.’ There is a heel that is too high to walk in, certainly. But who cares? You don’t have to walk in high heels.” Ahh! I couldn’t disagree more!! Let’s bring back the kitten heels! Long live the block heel-ed shoes πŸ™‚



I’m trying to make the most out of these last few weeks of (mild) winter weatherΒ by wearing all my coats. Last year was so frigid that I wore my parka almost exclusively! This year I’ve had fun wearing different silhouettes, especially the kimono-style coat in this post. I like wearing it untied and open, although I have belted it in the past.


I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! I just finally started to get over the horrible flu that everyone seems to have caught, and enjoyed the 14 degree temperature we had on Sunday!! Goodbye February, hello March xox

Hat – J.Crew / Sunglasses – Ray Ban / Coat – Zara (similar) / Sweater – J.Crew / Jeans – Citizens of Humanity / Shoes – J.Crew


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