outfit // fit to be tied

February 5, 2015

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In my efforts to more effectively use the items in my closet, I pulled this tee + these jeans out of my archives. Matched them with investment pieces (read about my philosophy on that here). I always had a faux leather jacket but I have to say having the real deal (a major personal investment for me this past Fall) has been a game changer. I want to wear it all the time and it is the perfect layering piece for this time of year (recently seen here and here.)

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And this little bag? Another steal from Forever21. I can’t get over how high-quality and expensive their bags look (remember this one?) You best get on this train with me…trust me they won’t let you down.

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When we shot these photos it was 13 degrees – talk about freezing. So I did what every normal person would do and slap together an outfit that went against my natural sensibilities. Less femininity, more edge.

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When I woke up yesterday I thought it was Friday which tells you how I’ve felt about this week. I feel like I’ve been swirling with so much going on in both my life and those I love. My list of prayers seems to be so long these days but it is also making me more conscience of what’s important and how much I have to be grateful for.

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So I’m heading into this weekend hoping to reflect on what’s most important and remind myself to count my blessings more often than I usually do. It’s easy to get wrapped up in things like clothes, outfits and a never-ending Gmail inbox, right?

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Have a great day, all. Thank you so much for stopping by.

Outfit Details:

Vince Shawl Coat + Leather Jacket

Zara Stripe Tee (Last seen here; I have my eye on this one)

Denim

Rag & Bone Kinsey Boots (my other favorite pair in black here)

Club Monaco Hat

Mini Satchel Bag ($22!)

White Tee

Celine Sunglasses

[Bekka Palmer Photography]

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