Layers Of Red
  • March 14, 2014
  • Blog | Style | winter outfits
  • Layers

    Winter is finally coming to an end! It has been tropical 56 degrees in Milwaukee a few days ago and I was more than ready to swap my boots with a pair of Converse that I wasn’t able to wear in months. I also left my big parka at home and went with a much lighter jacket – unzipped! Only in Wisconsin people can get so ecstatic about temperatures in the 50’s or high 40’s I guess. This weekend I realized how much money it is to heat a house and since I will be in charge of paying that soon I am considering moving someplace warmer. Okay, not really but seriously – heat costs are pretty darn expensive and living in Wisconsin just cranks rent up even more thanks to endless months of winter.

    But anyway, I had another chance to snap an outfit! Although this outfit is not the one I was talking about above, obviously, it was above 35 degrees outside which made me pile on a load of reds but kept it simple with my gray sweater on top. I can’t wait for those days that (are warm enough) just scream “Candy Pop Colors, please!” Hang in there everyone!

    Sweater – Macy’s, Blouse – Lucy’s, Leggings – Forever21, Boots – from Germany, Necklace – Forever21, Watch – Michael Kors

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    5 thoughts on “Layers Of Red

    1. Lorna mai ltd

      I’m a real fan of colour and red is certainly one of my favourites. I like the way you’ve styled your outfit here with the red shirt hanging below the jumper and showing the cuffs. It seems to be really big this season to wear a statement piece of jewellery over the top of a jumper. Hope you get your warmer weather soon! I have a question, can you tell me which camera you use for your fashion shots? Thank you so much.


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