Since I was in Philly this past weekend, I was prepared for the worst weather-wise, and I lived in my “snow” boots. I put the “snow” in quotes because most normal people would not wear heels of any type in snow. I’m not a normal person, however, and these boots have way more traction than any others I own. Plus they have fur. So, they’re my “snow” boots.
Turns out, this precautionary footwear was unnecessary, but since these boots are pretty comfortable, warm, and cute, I didn’t mind too much. Rounded toes aren’t really in style right now, but the overall look of the boots is current enough that I can get away with it. I chose to wear leggings instead of tights for a little more warmth.
My skirt and belt came together from JCPenney back in the days when I still shopped there (JCP Execs – if you’re reading this, bring back your coupons!). The skirt is actually one of my favorite examples of delayed gratification. I had seen it early in the season and loved it, but it wasn’t on sale enough to suit my tastes. I waited a little longer, and eventually, it went on clearance to a price that I could justify.
The turquoise top was a find at Aeropostale ages ago (so long ago that I still shopped at Aeropostale) and the headband I picked up somewhere along the way to add a bit of hippy flair. I took a picture with my leather coat and scarf, too, because I just loved how perfectly this pretty scarf coordinated.