Winter Layering

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When we took these pictures a month and a half ago, I had every intention of posting them within a few days...but somehow never got around to it!? Oh well, life happens and as I always say, better late than never! My version of winter layering may look a bit different than yours, depending on where you live. Layering in Arizona doesn't require a puffer jacket or boots, an open toe sandal will suit you just fine! There are days when I wish we had a legitimate winter, with snow falling and temperatures so cold you can see your breath. But I honestly don't mind these warm months, because they make me that much more excited for Spring!

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I'm really looking forward to wearing some brighter colors this spring and experimenting with new ones I haven't dabbled in, but if you know me then you know I love neutrals! Something about them just draws me in, whether it's a creamy off-white hue or a rich camel tone. A neutral color palette just speaks to me in ways I can't explain, and when I look in my closet I sometimes feel guilty for having a lack of color, so it's something I'm going to try and change this season. However, I will say when I do wear neutrals I love mixing different shades/hues together. Like in this outfit, I paired a black and white striped turtleneck with a heather brown duster.

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There's something about dusters that I find so appealing. I love how they can elongate your figure and the movement they have when you walk around. Plus it's so easy to wrap up in them like a blanket if there's a slight chill in the air, and for me a chill is 65 degrees ha! I can't wait to show you more pieces I find for Spring and put some pops of color in my future blog posts. Don't forget to subscribe to receive the latest updates! xo

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Posted on January 29, 2018 .