Some people like to dress in head-to-toe black for the entirety of winter. To me, that just feels too depressing. I like lots of fun and happy colors in my outfits. The only time I ever wear head-to-toe black is at funerals.
I wore this outfit to my nephew’s’ 2nd birthday party. I wanted to be comfortable and warm, since there would be lots of standing outside and kneeling down to play with toddlers. The length of the dress and the leggings helped to preserve some modesty, while the boots, sweater, and scarf kept me nice and cozy. I think I’m going to be wearing this scarf I just got at Anthropologie quite a bit.
I always get my nephews and niece books for their birthdays, because I feel that books have greater long-term worth to the children than toys, and most of them have plenty of toys anyhow. I got my nephew Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type, and it was so cute, because when his mom gave him the gift to open and told him who it was from, he got confused and tried to give it to me. I eventually had to open it for him and show him the book to explain to him that “No, this is actually for you”. Too adorable.
Do you like to dress colorfully in the cold months, or do you prefer neutral ensembles?
Dress: Boden (via Ebay)
Sweater: Ralph Lauren (garage sale, re-conned)
Boots: Fluevog Heather (via Ebay)
Quote: Fancy Nancy: Explorer Extraordinaire!, by Jane O’Connor