Tan Sweater, Lavender Undershirt, "Boot Socks"-- Walmart
Brown Skirt-- Thrifted
Brown Lace-Up Combat Boots-- Shoe Dept.
Purple Arm-Knit Scarf, Purple Flower Hairpin-- Crafted by me
I am a creature of comfort. And recently that has really come through in my outfit posts. ;-) When it is cold, I dress warmly. I also have never been a huge fan of leggings, so I wear pants most of the winter season. For this post though, I paired a simple skirt with super-warm socks and my brand new pair of boots. I ended up surviving the cold quite well. :-)
This sweater is one I've had for years! It is the epitome of warm and fuzzy comfort while still looking nice and feminine.
After a looooooong search, I found this incredible pair of boots on sale at Shoe Dept.
I had been wanting some lace-up combat boots for months (and was also in desperate needs to some winter boots period!). I was able to buy these as well as a black pair that are a slightly different style (while still having the lace-up, girly look that I adore). They are actually quite comfortable, much more so than other boots I had tried in other stores. They have a rustic charm... very durable for that snow and slush, yet still feminine. They look great with skirts and fit perfectly under my jeans.
All of that to say, I love, love, LOVE my new boots.
I shared pictures of my first arm knit scarf back in November. I have fallen in love with making scarves this way. This scarf took about a half hour to make (or even less time than that!). Since one of my favorite colors is purple, this scarf is a perfect addition to my cold-season wardrobe.
I bought these earrings in a set of three quite a while back and then never wore them much. Recently though, they have been that perfect extra bit in my outfits.
My hairstyle was a simple "double braid". I pulled from my love of Middle Earth and Narnia for this look . :-) Hmmm, is my nerd showing?
The flower at the end of my braid is attached to a bobby pin, easy-peasy!!!
With a complete departure from my lovely purple, I recently painted my nails for Christmas. Bright red with silvery sparkles on the top half.
As you can tell, I very much enjoy the snow! Sadly, as of today, it is all melted away and it looks like I might have a wet and muddy Christmas. :-P Oh well, at least there was snow at all this December (and we got quite a bit!).
Have a beautiful day, my friends. And, since I probably won't be posting again till after Wednesday,
I hope you all have a wonderful and merry Christmas!