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Thanksgiving look number two! Although, technically, this was the first one I wore. This was my outfit on actual Thanksgiving day at my parents. We had a small gathering with just the immediate family. Then on Saturday we went to my Aunt's for a slightly larger celebration. 


I was surprised to realize I haven't worn this Saint Laurent blouse and burgundy velvet skit together before. Both of these have been holiday staples over the years so it was only natural to finally pair them. Also broke out one of my favorite pair of shoes for the first time in quite a while.


Blouse: Saint Laurent silk patchwork blouse (eBay)

Peep-Toe Boots*: Alexander Wang suede Freja boot in brick red (The Outnet

Skirt: LC Lauren Conrad Velvet Pleated Skirt c/o Kohl's

Purse: Wink & Winn (giveaway, no longer in business)

Necklace: Olive Branch Pearl Stilvi Necklace, bought in Santorini 


*Note: There was a version of these boots made for an H&M collaboration a few years after I bought mine so make sure you're getting actual high end ones if you want to recreate this look in the same quality. Or if you want a budget version, go for the H&M pair, just make sure you don't overpay for those! (I noticed one site had the H&M boots listed for almost $400)



Another outfit from a cooler day. This sweater is perfect for those weird weather days. The deep v's on both sides let in a nice breeze and the cashmere is thin enough that it's okay to wear when its warm. I decided to wear my necklace backward since there is such a deep v in the back. I feel like the movie stars who wore diamonds on their backs at the Oscars. Except not glamorous at all.

Cashmere Sweater: Calypso St. Barth (Gilt Groupe), Jeans: J Brand 'Maria' High Rise (Gilt Groupe), Leopard Pumps: Cole Haan (Roundabout), Necklace c/o Marrin Costello, Purse: Wink & Winn (giveaway, no longer in business)

This is an outfit I wore while out shopping with Lydia a couple days ago. We headed to Roundabout for their Summer sale (I bought two dresses.) I ordered this top before I went on vacation during French Connection's Extra 50% off sale promotion, which is still going on with code 50SALE.  As I've said many times on the blog, I rarely wear or buy white because I'm afraid of staining/it being see through. Luckily this top isn't see through, but I did get lipstick on it from trying on clothes, GAH!

Top: French Connection, Skirt: Sierra Style (Coco's $10 sale), Sandals: Simply Vera Wang (Kohl's), Bag: Wink and Winn (giveaway win), Sunglasses: Chanel (bought in Athens)

Happy Friday!! This is the outfit I wore to go shopping with Lydia a couple weekends ago. We went to Roundabout because they had a Pop-Up outlet store to get rid of the rest of their Winter stock! After that we braved the cold (and in Lydia's case, snow) for our outfit pictures. Then we warmed up with some ramen at Mecha before heading our separate ways.  I wore one of my new blazers (that I had bought at Roundabout the weekend before) and my only heeled shoes that can handle snow/ice. Was getting a little bored of flat boots every day.

Blazer: Brooks Brothers (Roundabout), Sweater: Everlane, Jeans: Free People (eBay), Boots: Cordani (Roundabout), Scarf: NOMA, Bag: Wink & Winn (giveaway)

I've been going to a lot of weddings this year. I went to my third last Saturday, another cousin got married! It was a beautiful Fall day and I decided to wear the brown Edun dress I bought at The Outnet a couple years ago. I've worn it twice before, during LuckyFabb 2012 and at the Grand Opening of the Harry Potter Studio Tour in London. It definitely deserves to be worn more than that, I don't know why I always pass it by on dressier occasions! Too many options, I suppose.

Dress: Edun (The Outnet), Heels: Coach 'Nacie' (Marshalls), Bag: Wink and Winn (giveaway), Watch c/o Movado

I was finally able to wear the Witchery sweater I bought from Jamie-Lee back in July! It's so perfectly over-sized and comfy! Wearing it with these jeans probably wasn't the best idea for proportions, but I was in a 70s pants mood. Next time I'll wear it with super skinny jeans or a fun skirt! So many outfit ideas swimming around in my head.  And yes, I was a geek and did a play on The Eagle's Witchy Woman for the title, told you they were one my favorite bands!

Sweater: Witchery (Jamie-Lee's Blog Shop), Jeans: Free People (Marshalls), Wedges: R2 (DSW), Bag: Wink and Winn (giveaway), Necklace: House of Harlow c/o South Moon Under, Watch c/o Movado

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