Not a polar vortex


I remixed my striped skirt by pairing it with my forest green sweater I picked up at Nordstrom Rack a year ago. I bought it when I still liked tight sweaters versus oversized sweaters, so I probably should have gone a size up... Nevertheless, it tucks into skirts nicely. I added my black vest and finished the look with tights, combat boots, and one of my monogrammed necklaces. I was very glad to have worn the vest; I had a coat and a scarf with me, but the vest helped me stay warm in the FREEZING COLD wind last night. It was bitterly cold. Chris and I did some outlet shopping and did not stay long because of it. I do feel the need to remind everyone that this is just a cold front, not a "polar vortex" of any kind. When did we stop calling them cold fronts, anyway? *eyes media*


Abound sweater via Nordstrom Rack (old; similar from J.Crew Factory) / Gap Factory vest (old; similar from Old Navy) / ModCloth skirt and tote / Hue tights via Nordstrom Rack / Carrini boots via Hautelook (old) / Kate Spade necklace via Nordstrom


I'm kind of obsessed with the colors I have going on in this outfit. The scarf is a new addition (purchased last night), and I love it! It's so soft and the colors are wonderful. I wore it instead of my other plaid scarf today because the green in it matches my sweater. I kept this outfit simple for running errands and just hanging out at home avoiding the cold air. (Chris and I hated every minute of this photo session--BRRR!)


Abound sweater via Nordstrom Rack (old; similar from J.Crew Factory) / J.Crew Factory pants (similar) and scarf / Cole Haan boots via Nordstrom (exact)