Dressed for: First Curls

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Jacket – eBaysimilarsustainable
Striped top – Fair Indigo
Jeans – H&M (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Ankle boots – courtesy Antelope (on sale right now!)
Earrings – Old Navy (no longer available) – similar/sustainable
Bag – J.W. Hulme

Have I shared photos of what I want my hair to look like eventually? I can’t remember – this and this are a couple of the front-runners. Jaimie and I weren’t sure if we’d be working with waves in the end or if actual curls would show up. They’re coming in sporadically, but I’ve finally got at least one big curl up front. Just a few more inches …

The folks at Antelope sent me these fabulous ankle boots to try, and they’re just as comfy and fun to wear as my other Antelope pairs. You can’t see it here, but they’ve got a cute snap closure at the ankle that gives them a wonderfully slim profile.

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Dressed for: Colorful Camo

Already Pretty outfit featuring Missoni camouflage sweater, cobalt skinny jeans, longline blazer, black ankle boots

Jacket – eBay – similarsustainable
Sweater – Missoni/used via The Realrealsimilarsustainable/similar print
Jeans – Gap (no longer available) – similar/sustainableplus sizes
Boots – Steve Madden (no longer available) – similar/sustainable
Earrings – courtesy Lockhart Wrks

It’s been a while since I trotted out the cobalt skinnies, and this outfit is definitely the most color I’ve worn in a while. The sweater was a bargain and a find, since it incorporates a few key brights as well as olive and black, two of my favorite neutrals. Further proof that prints can be fabulous bridging pieces!

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Dressed for: The Previous Season

Last two pre-snow December outfits, and then I’m caught up!

Already Pretty outfit featuring suede jacket, skinny jeans, over the knee boots, fringe bag

Jacket – BCBG thrifted – gently used suede jackets
Jeggings – courtesy Karen Kane
Boots – Aldo Cylia – used over-the-knee boots
Bag – Amazon/DIY (post here) – vintage/handmade fringe bags
Earrings – Adriana Soto

This jacket has turned out to be quite the wardrobe staple. I’ve done it with a maxi skirt for a wedding reception, worn open with tees, and loved it here with the thigh-high boots. It’s got knit insets in the arms – a feature I wish was included on more jackets. So helpful if you’ve got larger upper arms!

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Already Pretty outfit featuring longline blazer, McQ graphic tee, black jeans, ankle boots, arm party

Blazer – Eileen Fisher via consignment – similarplus – sustainable
Tee – McQ via The Realreal (more still available/used)
Jeans – Old Navy (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Boots – Clarks Fernwood Lake via eBay
Earrings – self made – similar/sustainable
Bracelets – various – handmade stretch bracelets

That grass may be green, but I wore this outfit to a Christmas party, I swear. The McQ tee is further evidence of my obsession with The Realreal. Again, always keep your eyes peeled for a discount code – right now NEW will get you 20% off.

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