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Dressed for: Replacement

Already Pretty outfit featuring leather sleeve jacket, leopard scarf, slouchy pants, black ankle boots, Rebecca Minkoff Logan

Scarf – Nordstrom
Jacket – Vince Camuto
Tee – Alternative Apparel (mine via Ragstock)
Pants – Gap (no longer available online but I’ve seen them in stores) – similar look
Booties – Steve Madden (mine from last year, but these are exactly the same)
Earring – The Wellington Boot
Bag – Rebecca Minkoff Logan (no longer available) – similar shape

I lost my leopard scarf. I think I’ve had that thing for six or seven years and I can’t believe I was so careless. When I arrive at my destination and remove my coat, I typically shove my scarf in my coat sleeve and drape the coat over my chair. It must’ve slipped out and gotten left behind. I missed it almost immediately, and hunted around for a replacement. This Nordstrom one is a bit more washed out than my old one, but I might actually like it BETTER. Soft, thin, huge, goes with everything. Maybe not so much of a loss after all.

Already Pretty outfit featuring leather sleeve jacket, leopard scarf, slouchy pants, black ankle boots, Rebecca Minkoff Logan

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Dressed for: Bending

Already Pretty outfit featuring knit moto, blue oversized t shirt, Prairie Underground Denim Girdle, Born boots

Jacket – thrifted – similar
Tee – Serendipity Road (no longer available) – similar color
Jeans – Prairie Underground Denim Girdle courtesy Shop Adorn
Boots – Born Loreza
Earrings – Corsetsimilar

Last week, I had two marvelous clients, both of whom owned loads and loads of jewel-toned clothing. And I talked about gray as an alternative neutral to black, and how it would let the jewel tones really shine instead of sucking the life out of them. And then I wore this: Black and jewel tones. Because the outfit just fell together so nicely, and because style “rules” are made to be bent and broken. Though I totally deserve an earful from my clients for my colorful hypocrisy.

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Dressed for: Hat Hair

Already Pretty outfit featuring olive green cardigan, Athleta dress, olive green leather boots, slouchy hobo handbag

Cardigan – J.Crew via Twicesimilar
Dress – Athleta (no longer available) – similar
Tights – Banana Republic (mine are old, but these are the same)
Boots – Coclico (no longer available) – similar – similar color
Handbag – Corsetsimilar
Necklace – Old Navy (not available online) – similar
Earrings – Old Navy (not available online at ON) – same ones

Whenever I wear my hair “down,” lots of people asked if I’ve cut it. They’re always surprised to hear that I haven’t because it definitely looks quite different. Sometimes I wear it down just to mix things up, but lately I’ve been doing it because of -30 degree windchills. My messy/curly ‘do gets totally squashed by my hat, but worn like this I look relatively normal post-hat. And when it’s that cold out, a hat is absolutely required.

Do any of you adjust your hairstyles to avoid “hat head”?

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