Keeping It Neutral

photos by  c. dixon photos

photos by c. dixon photos

It seems as though winter never really made it to the south this year. Houston weather is as temperamental as a 3 year old child that can’t have the cereal of it’s choice. Our winter has closely resembled Spring, sometimes Fall on a good day. Although the temperatures haven’t dropped consistently, we have a few days here and there that require long sleeves and tall boots. On these days, I feel like the world is my runway.

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Am I the only person that feels like she dresses better during the colder months? I’m more excited to get dressed up even when I have no where to go. But when I do, my winter outfits serve multiple purposes: date night, happy hour with the girls, running errands etc. I wore this look to do every one of those things I just mentioned. The key to versatility is finding a happy medium between being over and underdressed.

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Simplicity helped me achieve that balance because all it took was a semi-dressy top, riding leggings, and boots. Accessories gave my look some depth. The major component that set the tone of this look is the color scheme. One of the things I love most about this season is the appreciation for neutral colors. I adore all things black, camel, or red. I combined my faves and ended up with a look  that made me feel sexy and ready for anything. What is your go-to winter look that makes you feel ready for the world? Leave your comments below and don’t forget to share! :)

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Outfit Details

Top & Leggings: Zara Boots: “Elijah” by Bakers Shoes Handbag: “Reburn” by Aldo   Watch: Casio from American Apparel Bracelet: Burlington Coat Factory Lippie: “Ruby Woo” by MAC