What I Have Been Wearing this Winter…

5 Feb

I have picked up quite a few cute new winter items in the past few weeks and I really felt like I have had great luck with deals lately!

Starting with Christmas, M got me some great wardrobe staple sweaters from Lilly Pulitzer and Vineyard Vines. He got me this Navy cable knit from Lilly (can never have too much cable knit) and this pink v-neck from Vineyard Vines.  Both are classic staples and are great for everyday wear.

I have also been searching for some more cold weather gear, and I originally had my heart set on finding a Kelly Green wool coat. This proved to be impossible. I searched high and low, and to no avail. Kelly Green does not exist in coats this season. I decided to drop my color obsession and just move on. I ended up finding this fabulous grey wool jacket at Lord and Taylor for 40% off and it is so adorable! I have recieved so many compliments on it already! Paired with a bright Lilly Murfee scarf it was the perfect choice!

I was additionally looking for more casual outerwear and got my wish when Vineyard Vines began to host an additional 30% off any item in their “whale of a sale”. I purchased the Old Porter Puffer Vest in confetti pink as well as this adorable whale hat to match. Both items with the 30% off ended up being less than $100 total for the purchase!

I am already imagining pairing this vest with my navy cable knit sweater, skinny jeans, and my JCrew high camel boots as a perfect weekend outfit!

I will be back this week with the new Lilly Spring 2012 line favorite picks and a review of my recent trip to Belize!!

xo Kay


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