Neutrals

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Happy Monday! I hope you’re staying warm in the cold/snow. I’m trying to, but a lot of times that means sacrificing style.

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I wore this outfit to go see a movie with my family the other day. While I felt super cute, I did not feel warm. At all. The shirt and jacket are not warm enough together since they’re both so thin.

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This outfit is really just a mix of neutrals but interesting neutrals. The light pink top is such a soft color that I consider it neutral, and the pants are just jeans with a fun, muted print.

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I usually pair these pants with some sort of blush/pink top to bring out the color in the flowers. The pants also have a little brown in them, so that’s why I pulled the tan anorak, brown beanie, and fringe booties. The green fingerless gloves were inspired by the green leaves in the pants. Prints can be hard to style sometimes, so an easy way to wear them is to pair them with colors that are already embedded in the print, like I did.

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Hope you’re having a great day, and thanks for stopping by!

 

Miles of smiles,

Grace

 

Top: JCPenney, $20, last seen here, buy here // Jacket: JCPenney, $30, buy here in plus sizes // Jeans: JCPenney, $40, suuuuuper old, last seen here // Hat: unknown, gift, similar here // Fingerless Gloves: craft fair, $10 // Shoes: DSW, $90 (birthday gift), buy here in other colors

 

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