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More Is More


As I've stated time and again: I'm a minimalist. I prefer the ease of summer dressing when looking pulled together means throwing on a dress and a pair of sandals, not to mention the ability to walk out your front door without getting frostbite or at least a runny nose from the cold temperatures. But fall and winter are "more is more" times. More gatherings of your friends, more delicious food often at said gatherings, more color outside of your window, more bills as you turn on your heat and require more electricity, and more layers of clothing. In fact, the only thing you seem to have less of is daylight and perhaps cash in your wallet--those Christmas presents and stocking stuffers add up quick. Today's outfit is definitely an illustration of that concept: dress and cardigan and jacket, scarf and tights and socks. There is a little bit of a pattern clash between the scarf and dress, but I kept my color palette limited to avoid looking too busy. Still undecided if I achieved that goal.

Outfit details:
H&M varsity jacket (similar)
vintage sweater
Rachel Roy boots
Zara purse

15 comments:

Elise Kiki said...

I love your dress and your coat you are beautiful :)

Magdalén said...

you are very cute!
I love this outfit!
XOXO
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Kristina Strain said...

These are my favorite kinds of outfits, the complex, layered ones. It definitely gets old in late spring, when I just want to throw on a dress and be done, but I feel the most put-together when my outfit has a lot going on.

Melaine said...

Me ha encantado tu look, te sigo desde hace muchos años, pero es primera vez que te comento.

Saludos

Sorry i'm not have a good english ;)

Rebecca Jane said...

Adorable floral dress!

Bivisyani Questibrilia said...

I don't know if it's your "stuffed" outfit but you look thinner in these photos. Your body looks like a twig then there's your head on top. I hope you're eating well. Sorry if I sound like a worried (read: meddlesome) mother of some kind.

Leslie: DowntownHaute said...

I love your skirt!
<3

http://downtownhautefashion.blogspot.com

Rhiannon Lorenzo said...

gorgeous!!

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Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

@Bivisyani Questibrilia, your comment is sort of inappropriate; it's not really flattering to be compared to a twig and have my eating habits questioned in a public form. I am healthy, but I shouldn't have to justify that to you. Even comments that seem to come from a place of concern but question a person's natural body shape can be damaging to self esteem and body image.

Alexandra Marie said...

Love this look on you- the colors are perfect! Alex


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abbycake said...

The scarf caught my eye immediately. I really like how you've styled it in this outfit.
xx Abby | a geek tragedy

colormebrazen said...

I think you did a great job! The monochromatic sweater keeps things streamlined, and the slim silhouette of your tights and boots balances out the blousier one up top.

Nikki Williams said...

i love that dress!!

xxoo,
nikki

www.dreaminneon.blogspot.com

Sienna Rose said...

So lovely and adorable!
You look like a doll :)

Love,
Sienna
x x x

Karen said...

This is one of my favorites! Love the colors and patterns all together!