I know the general consensus is pretty much that the colder it gets, the less it really matters what you're wearing as long as you're warm. But I also know that most of us "fashionistas" also want to look good regardless of the situation. So when does one cross the line from fashionable to purely functional?
In an effort to be warm, dress in layers and look interesting ('cause you know me, I pretty much have never met a pattern I haven't wanted to mix with another), am I edging precariously into the territory of the person who Wears.All.Things?
Ah well. If nothing else, just consider me an urban lumberjack.
Vest: J.Crew excursion in herringbone (worn here - factory version, sim)
Shirt: J.Crew (worn here - sim, sim, pricey)
Top: Old Navy jersey (sim)
Jeans: Banana Republic classic skinny (worn here - sim, sim)
Earrings: J.Crew crystal shimmer (worn here - sim, pricey)
Bracelet: J.Crew (worn here - sim, black stone)
Rings: F21 cutout geo set & architectural set
Shoes: Carlos Santana brooky (worn here - sim, sim)