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I've amassed quite the collection of vests over the past couple of years and they all involve fur. This one is the most unique since it's chevron printed AND multicolored! Lydia got it for me for Christmas and it was such a great find! The fact that there are so many colors in it makes it a lot easier to style than you'd think. I think next time I'll wear it with light brown.

Fur Vest: Romeo & Juliet Couture (from Lydia), Turtleneck: Vanessa Bruno (Coco's $10 sale), Jeans: Free People, Boots: Candie's c/o Kohl's, Sunglasses: Ray Ban 'Erika' c/o Ditto, Bag: Emm Kuo 'Calle Bahia' (Roundabout Resale)

This is the front porch of our apartment. Isn't it gorgeous!!!! I was in love with the Airbnb I found for us. The woman who lived there had such a unique style so it was a really fun place to stay. We even had a shared garden with the whole block, unfortunately we never had time to go in.

This is what I wore for our day of going to Christmas Afternoon Tea at the Chesterfield Mayfair and part two of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.  I'll be the first to admit that I wasn't a huge fan of the play when I read it over the summer. But as a production I really enjoyed it! The way they showed the magic and other special effects in the show were truly amazing. And all of the actors were perfectly suited for their roles! My personal favorites were Anthony Boyle (Scorpius Malfoy), Paul Thorne (Ron Weasley) and James Howard (Draco Malfoy.) Sam Clemett and Jamie Parker were also perfect as Albus Severus and Harry Potter.

Dress: DKNY (Net-a-Porter sale), Tights c/o Wolford, Boots: Vince Camuto (Marshalls), Coat: DKNY, Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs (Saks Off Fifth), Sunglasses: Ray Ban 'Erika' (Ditto)

I am lucky enough to have friends who work at Disney and one of them had a few extra guest tickets lying around so on Saturday we were able to visit both Animal Kingdom and Epcot! So the only park we didn't visit this trip was Hollywood Studios (which I'm not the biggest fan of anyway.) We headed to Animal Kingdom in the morning to go on Safari and spent the rest of the morning into the afternoon at Epcot. We had lunch in Italy at Via Napoli, so tasty! After lunch we walked through the rest of the countries and on the way out I got some DELICIOUS ice cream from France, we're talking top 3 scoops of ice cream I've ever had.

Tee: Vince (The Outnet), Corduroys: Abercrombie, Sandals: Ancient Greek Sandals 'Alethea', Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs (Saks Fifth Avenue), Sunglasses: Ray Ban 'Erika' (Ditto)

Friday was the main event - Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party! We didn't have tickets to get into the park during the day so we spent the morning at Universal and got lunch at The Three Broomsticks. I got one of my stand-bys, the Cornish Pasties - SO GOOD! We headed to Magic Kingdom for 4pm when we were allowed to get in with our party tickets. After that it was time for 8 hours of magic! We rode tons of rides, met a bunch of characters and enjoyed complimentary cookies and drinks (hot chocolate and snow cones for me!) Such a fun night, if you'll be in Florida around Christmas I recommend it.

During the day I had an Everlane tee on but for the party I added my reindeer sweater! So while it was annoying to carry around until it got cold, it was definitely needed later at night. We left the park around 12:30 (it closed at 12 but we walked slow)

Reindeer Sweater: J Crew, Tee: Everlane, Jeans: Free People (eBay), Sandals: Ancient Greek Sandals 'Alethea', Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs (Saks Fifth Avenue), Sunglasses: Ray Ban 'Erika' (Ditto)

I wore this to do some shopping at Home Goods and Marshalls with my Mom. Luckily I managed not to buy anything.  Marshalls tried to tempt me with AMAZING designer boots. I'm talking Saint Laurent, Jimmy Choo and Chloe! Sadly none were my size, which my wallet was probably very thankful for. While still at great discount they were all between $500 and $700. The store I went to does occasionally get big designers, not not many at once. I've never seen that many major designers in a Marshalls at one time, was like being in a candy store!

A girl complemented my sweater while we were in the store and I stupidly neglected to tell her I got it at Marshalls! Missed opportunity. Ha ha.

P.S. My youngest cousin turns SIXTEEN today. I feel so old...

Fox Sweater: Vertical Design c/o Marshalls, Corduroy Pants: Abercrombie & Fitch, Two-Tone Flats: Chanel (eBay), Sunglasses: Prada via Ditto Endless Eyewear

I was going to call this "Coffee Break," but since I got hot chocolate (and don't drink coffee) I think my choice is more appropriate. I wore this last weekend for a long overdue meetup with Lydia and Christine. We hadn't seen Christine since before she had her ADORABLE baby last year so it was great to catch up, and meet her daughter.

It was actually a super warm day so I didn't need to bring the nice chunky sweater that matched perfectly with my look. I did throw it on for a few photos though. My Lanvin sandals perfectly matched with these jeans so I was super pumped! I'm hoping to get a few more wears out of these before it gets too cold, maybe I'll wear them with socks! ;)

I'm also looking forward to many more wears for this Saint Laurent patchwork blouse! This is only it's 4th appearance on the blog since buying it last January but I've worn it at least 6 times bringing it's cost per wear down to a (still high) $58. Now that we're getting into cooler temperatures I can bring it out more and more!  The sandals, on the other hand are down to $45 (or less) and I've only had them since July.

Sweater: Cocogio (Marshalls), Patchwork Blouse: Saint Laurent (eBay), Suede Jeans: Blank NYC (South Moon Under), Suede Sandals: Lanvin (Net-a-Porter), Bag: Emm Kuo (Roundabout Resale), Sunglasses: Prada via Ditto Endless Eyewear, Necklace: Marrin Costello

My first instinct with this look was to finish it off with my super tall black Phillip Lim boots. But then I decided to keep it a little more casual with a pair of pointy toe flats that don't get as much wear as they should. To be fair, that's mostly because they slip off my feet, so I can't wear them when I need to walk a lot. They were only $15 though, so can't complain too much!

I think my favorite part of this Jason Wu snakeskin print blouse is the extra long cuff, it adds a bit more structure to the otherwise loose shape. I still haven't figured out the best way to tie the pussy-bow so this time I just did a quick fold-over. One day I'll get it to look really good.

Top: Jason Wu (Roundabout Resale), Leather Skirt: siena style (Coco's $10 sale), Pointy Flats: Diane von Furstenberg 'Emma' (Marshalls), Sunglasses: Prada via Ditto Endless Eyewear

After a week of sitting on my dresser (because of rain) I was finally able to wear my next sunglasses swap from Ditto! I really love this Prada pair because they're a bit quirky with the double bridge yet classic thanks to the tortoise pattern. If they weren't $385 (minus 15% for being a VIP) I would be very tempted to pay to keep them! But I'll just keep them a couple more weeks and swap for another pair. . Use code CLOSETFASHIONENDLESSDITTO for your first month free!

*Thanks to DITTO Endless Eyewear for partnering with me!*

And breaking out my customized Nike's for the first time this season! They don't get as much wear as they should, maybe this year I'll fix that. I got these at the RewardStyle NYFW party last year. Unfortunately I wasn't cool enough to get invited to this year's (the first one in 5 years I've missed.)

Cardigan: Marc Jacobs (Roundabout Resale), Turtleneck Tank: Highline Collective (Lord & Taylor), Jeans: FRAME Denim 'Le Skinny de Jeanne Crop' (Shopbop), Sunglasses: Prada via Ditto Endless Eyewear, Necklace: Madewell

I turn 28 today. That means I'm officially closer to being 30 than 25. Scary thought! I'm definitely not where I thought I would be in life but I'm enjoying how things are going so far! I get to work from the comfort of my home and travel quite a bit! I never thought I would be going on as many adventures as I have seeing how shy I am. Guess that's what happens when you find friends who can break you out of your shell (sometimes!) Fingers crossed this is my best year yet, but 27 was pretty darn good!

Sweater: Banana Republic, High Waisted Jeans: J Brand 'Maria' (Gilt), Necklace: Grandma's, Loafers: Burberry Prorsum (Net-a-Porter), Sunglasses: Ray Ban Aviator via Ditto Endless Eyewear [Use code CLOSETFASHIONENDLESSDITTO for your first month free]

This is my attempt at making these pants work for Fall. I'm not entirely sure it worked but oh well! The fabric and bright white just don't scream Fall to me. Maybe when it's cooler I'll try it with a thick sweater to see if the contrast works better than the thin tee. 

Top: Everlane, Pants: Proenza Schouler (Yoox, also here), Ballet Flats: Chanel (Roundabout Resale), Necklaces: Marrin Costello, Gorjana & , Sunglasses: Ray Ban Aviator via Ditto Endless Eyewear [Use code CLOSETFASHIONENDLESSDITTO for your first month free]

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