Holy crap, we made it to Friday! Even though it was only a four-day work week, I still call that a win! To celebrate, I’m sharing another roundup from my recent outfits on Instagram. I wish it was more along the lines of my Bermuda roundup from last week, but sadly there are much more layers involved. But… there are some pretty sweet end-of-winter sales going on, like GiGi New York’s heavily discounted leather bags at 50-60% off (this week only!). My favorites includes the crossbody bag that I wear all the time, this bucket bag, this satchel and the tassel clutch I have in three different colors.
End-of-winter sales can only mean one thing: the end of winter is almost here. Hopefully. I bought this bright blue gingham shirt a few weeks ago and can’t wait to wear it for spring. For now, I’m layering with my favorite pair of ankle booties, skinny jeans and a cozy cardigan.
There’s also this clearly-made-for-spring striped poncho, which I shared on the blog two weeks ago, but really was freezing my ass off in because there was still snow on the ground from Winterstorm Jonas. It’s the perfect layering for lounging around the house, but not quite ready for the outside world.
My J.Crew Cocoon coat is a much more practical outerwear option and it’s finally on major sale! Buy it now (it comes in four different colors) and I promise it’s a coat you’ll be using for years to come. And yes, I wear these ankle booties almost every day. Don’t hate.
Another day, another sweater. I’m excited for lighter-layered days to come, but in the meantime, I’m transitioning out my dark chunky sweaters for happier hues (like this Lou & Grey sweater) that still keep me warm but look like spring. Also, I jumped on the lace-up flats bandwagon and I’m not mad about it.
As magical as snow looks when it first begins to fall, I’m so over it. Maybe it’s just the West Coast girl in me, but I could really do without it. Luckily, it’s been a relatively mild winter (with the exception of the past few weeks), but at least I’ll be ready for the next storm with this heavy duty parka (the olive green color is so gorgeous and the lining inside is a brilliant bright orange!). Fingers crossed, though, that this coat can go back into hibernation for the rest of the year.