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today’s closetcast: cozy time
It’s a holiday for most here in the U.S., but I am at work. Oh well. On a different note, thought about piling on the layers this chilling morning, but realized that this Zara jacket is like a mini space heater. It’s so warm that a t-shirt was all I needed underneath. It’s one of those gorgeous, brisk fall days here – deceivingly sunny, but frigid. I love it!
I spent some time with very special friends this weekend and it was a great time. How was your weekend? XO!
jacket and t-shirt: Zara, pants: Uniqlo, heels: Jeffrey Campbell x Free People
Had a lovely weekend down in Santa Barbara, seeing old friends and making some new ones. It always goes too fast though, doesn’t it?
Layered up my look today. I’ve mentioned before how it’s a little difficult to get dressed when you live by the coast, but work in the valley – temperature differences can be huge from day to day – especially in the summer months. Either way, I’m sure I’ll be slowly disrobing as the temperature rises on this side of “the hill”.
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Was so excited to get these funky floral pants from one of my favorites boutiques, Azalea SF! I know that are hard not to notice, but thought that wearing all black would really make them pop. Perfect for this gloomy, rainy Tuesday.
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A nice pencil skirt can really add some curves, but there is something so stuffy about a head to toe “office-friendly” look. I mellowed out the business-like air of this tailored pencil skirt with the addition of a sherpa suede motorcycle jacket and a pair of suede ankle booties. I really like how the neutral skirt makes my black t-shirt and boots look like a vibrant color.
skirt: H&M, jacket: Zara (ages ago), booties: Jeffrey Campbell, bracelets: Gorjana, Low Luv, Tiffany & Co, and vintage