Once upon a time, each week, I showed you guys an outfit I posted on Instagram and recreated it with similar items that I wore in said Instagram post. I don't know why it's taken me so long to do another one because they are actually fun and something a little different. It was out of control cold yesterday, so I pulled out my warm and cozy puffer vest from last year and wore this almost identical look.
Merona Turtleneck // Old Navy Puffer Vest // Mossimo Denim // Express Leopard Scarf // Forever 21 Beetle Studs // Forever 21 Sunglasses // OPI Midnight in Moscow Polish // Dorothy Perkins Shopper Bag // Nine West Riding Boots // Michael Kors Watch // Kate Spade Bow Bracelet
Below is the exact outfit that I shared on Instagram yesterday. I added a few accessories to the style board above to give you a better picture of a complete head to toe look.
I bought this leopard infinity scarf from Express two years ago. I swear every time I wear it someone asks me were I got it. It is hands down the best scarf I have ever purchased and I have worn it repeatedly on and off this blog. GREAT NEWS! Express brought it back this year and it's available online now for $18. I am not sure if the retail stores carry it. I can promise you won't regret grabbing one for yourself. You need this scarf. Trust me on this one. Break any shopping bans you have going on at the moment.
On a completely different topic, I wanted to say thank you to everyone who commented on yesterday's post. My heart was so full after reading such endearing words from you guys. What makes me sad is that some of the sweetest ones were from people/bloggers that are no-reply commenters. I tried Googling their names, blogs and pretty much stalked them to try and find a way to respond. No such luck. So, if you commented and I did not say thank you in some shape or form, I am saying it here. Seriously, some of the most genuine and sincere notes were left yesterday and I was happy, happy, happy all day long. The blogging/social media world can be ugly and cruel, but it is also the most supportive arena I have ever stepped in. I am choosing to focus on that.