Although the days are finally getting longer, winter is still in full swing, so here’s the next installment in the Winter Wonderland Series. As usual, I’ve included some pretty feminine touches with the bow and the gorgeous patterned tights. I absolutely love the yellow pea coat with the cute polka dot scarf and it seemed wrong to pair it with anything but a skirt. The first outfit is much more casual with the slouchy sweater and hat and cozy boots. Hope you like it!
Here’s our second post in the Winter Wonderland Series. Again, we have a more practical, cozy outfit and a dressier outfit. A note about the snow booties: I personally would never be able to pull off heeled snow boots, but I saw them and they just screamed “Slytherin” to me. Since it can be difficult to find matching shades of green, I used subtle elements like the earrings and ring. I hope you like it!
I can’t believe it’s February already! Sorry it’s been so long since I posted, I was finishing up my grad school applications, all of which, I am happy to say, are now complete and submitted! Since I haven’t posted in a while I decided it might be fun to do a double post. Of course we start back up again with Ravenclaw, and for this theme I decided to go with, what else, winter. Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning so we will be having six more weeks of winter, unfortunately. I am getting a little sick of the cold, but on the other hand, I loved creating these cozy winter outfits. As you can probably tell, one of the outfits is super practical, although still cute, and the other is a little bit fancier and not really suited for something like the “Polar Vortex” that we’ve been having, especially here in New England. I included some fun patterns in both outfits and played around a lot with the Ravenclaw colors. I hope you like them!
P.S. As I write this I am sitting in my living room with the fire blazing and with cozy slipper socks on my feet…I guess I’m ok with a few more weeks of winter 🙂