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This doesn't look like a first day of Spring outfit. Nevertheless it's what I wore on Tuesday for a couple quick errands and to get my free Rita's Italian Ice! Mmmm. Thanks to eBay you can still recreate this outfit even though it's 6 years old! I found the blazer, top and jeans available from different sellers.

Blazer: Gap, Top: Michael Kors, Jeans:  Free People (Gilt Groupe), Boots: Vintage (eBay), Scarf: Target, Watch: Michael Kors, Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs 'Ozzie Square Baby Aiden' (Shopbop)

The Original:
I hardly ever wear my blazers anymore so I decided to pull one out this past weekend for no reason at all. This is one of my favorites because of the print mixing, color and the added touches of velvet. Such an amazing piece and I scored it for $188 4 years ago! And, as luck would have it, I found one for $200 on eBay if you like it!

Blazer: Etro (Roundabout Resale), Cashmere Sweater: Everlane, Jeans:  Free People, Bag: Louis Vuitton Epi Leather Sac D'Epaule (HauteTrader), Boots: Zigi Soho (DSW), Sunglasses: Gucci, Eyeglasses chain: Tinksky (Amazon)

It's still chilly out there, folks! Hopefully Spring arrives soon, but until then I'll continue to get wear out of my favorite sweaters before they go away until next Fall! I wore this over the weekend for a quick trip to Terrain and Home Goods. Getting home inspiration is always a fun Sunday activity.

Sweater: Everlane Wool-Cashmere Oversized Cable Turtleneck, Jeans: J Brand 'Maria' High Rise in Supreme (Gilt Groupe),  Boots: Impo (DSW), Bag: Emm Kuo 'Calle Bahia' (Roundabout), Sunglasses: Gucci, Eyeglasses chain: Tinksky (Amazon)

Earlier this month Azaggi jewelry offered me a couple pieces from their affordable and high quality line of jewelry. They have all different styles of jewelry perfect for everyday wear or special occasions. Azaggi is based in Los Angeles, CA and was founded in 2012. I really appreciate companies that give back and Azaggi supports environmental, educational, community, and charity campaigns. They are also committed to socially responsible sourcing and manufacturing to minimize environmental impact.

Since I'm reaching capacity on my fingers I decided to choose two sterling silver necklaces. I picked out a really pretty crescent moon and a tiny owl hoping I would be able to layer them together. I got a 20 inch chain for the moon and 18 inches for the owl and they work perfectly when layered. When I showed my mom she thought it was one necklace.

I am super happy with the quality of these pieces, you can feel the weight of the silver when holding on to the charms which I really appreciate. Sometimes with silver pieces can feel light and cheap, these feel like super high quality pieces without the large price tag. Both pieces come in under $40 ($38 and $33 to be exact.)

By a happy coincidence the necklace almost perfectly matches a pair of tiny owl rings my sister got me for my birthday a few years ago. Maybe I can get a pair of crescent moon earrings and do a nice mix and match!

P.S. Use code ClosetFashionista for 10% off your order at Azaggi!

Sweater: Everlane 'the cashmere crop v-neck', Jeans: J Brand 'Maria' High Rise in Supreme (Gilt Groupe),  Boots: Audrey Brooke 'Mirie' (DSW), Bag: Dark Purple Chloé Faye (eBay), Sunglasses: Gucci, Eyeglasses chain: Tinksky (Amazon), Necklaces c/o Azaggi - Owl & Crescent Moon

Just as I thought I was done needing my snow boots we got hit with a Nor'easter last week and had about a foot of snow in the yard.  But that gave me a chance to break them out for this week's throwback outfit! I wore this for a day of working at the house and then headed out to run some errands. I was too lazy to put on makeup so I just dabbed on some red lipstick so my face wasn't so bare. (Not that I normally wear a lot of makeup, just blush and mascara, haha)

"BOOM!" Sweatshirt: Phillip Lim for Target, Jeans: rag & bone (Shopbop), Boots: Grandma's  Ring: Kendra Scott "Naomi double ring" 

The original:
I wore this last weekend to go out to lunch with my two best friends. I haven't worn sneakers in a while so decided to throw them on with this basic look. I still feel odd when I wear sneakers, not sure why, but at least these make a statement with their leopard print in calf hair. Not a practical sneaker, but they sure are fun!

And, as you can see, we got a nice snowstorm last week and another supposedly coming today. Lots of downed branches all over town from the weight of the snow and the wind. Crazy!

Sweater: Calvin Klein, Tee: Everlane, Jeans: J Brand 'Mid Rise Photo Ready Super Skinny Jean' (Gilt), Sneakers: Nike iD c/o, Bag: Dark Purple Chloé Faye (eBay), Sunglasses: Chanel, Glasses chain: Tinksky (Amazon), Necklace: House of Harlow 1960 'Five Station Blackened Arrowhead'

I am still immensely proud of this shirt that I DIYed. It was inspired by Burberry Prorsum's Pre-Fall and Fall 2012 collection. I still want the adorable fox sweater from the same collection (it remains on my eBay search list.) Also, remember the first time I wore these Everlane jeans and said they would look better with no socks? I was right! Soooo much better this time.  Next time I might roll up the hem a bit too, we'll see!

Vest: Simply Vera Wang c/o Kohl's, Top: made by me (inspired by Burberry), Jeans: Everlane mid-rise skinny jean, Flats c/o Joie 'Dylan' leopard loafer, Bag: Louis Vuitton Epi Leather Sac D'Epaule (HauteTrader)

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