winter pastels

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since san diego doesn’t ever get truly cold (at least by other parts of the country’s standards), our “winter wardrobes” don’t get utilized that often. case in point this heavier coatigan i picked up from loft a couple years ago. sometimes i forget it’s even in my closet! but on chillier days like the ones we’ve been having recently (which btw, i have been LOVING), it’s the perfect cozy knit to throw on while we have a productive saturday of cruising around town.

 

 

loft coatigan (similar) || everlane chambray (similar) || madewell denim

madewell flats (similar) || fossil bag (c/o) || natalie borton necklace (c/o)

 

 

since blush seems to be having a moment this season, this coatigan (the lovechild of a coat + a cardigan) almost felt fresh (despite it being two years old) with its dreamy pastel palette. who new pastels had a shelf life after spring?! the same thing goes for velvet. these dusty-rose colored flats were among the first items i purchased at madewell some three years ago. and what do you know? velvet had a big comeback again this fall/winter, so i didn’t have to go out and buy a new pair, i just fetched these out from the depths of my closet and threw them on! while i certainly love a good closet purge, these old favorites are certainly making a case for keeping them around year after year. if you wait long enough, they just might be on trend again.

 

 

shop the post:

similar sweater || similar chambray || madewell denim || similar flats

fossil bag (c/o) || natalie borton necklace (c/o)

2 Comments
  • Aunt Teresa
    December 13, 2016

    I love everything, EVERYTHING, about this post. You look gorgeous… your combo is simply perfect. Your hair… have I told you lately that I love braids… and you wear yours so nicely. Have a perfectly wonderful day… perfectly wonderful you. (BTW, great location, of course.)

    • snadelman
      December 13, 2016

      Thank you so much! Braids are always an easy hairstyle on a weekend, I’m just so glad my hair is finally long enough to have it stay without a bobby pin! I’m glad you liked the location, I’m on the constant search for great neutral backdrops. This one was an old warehouse adjacent to the softball fields where I grew up playing. xoxo

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