Chicago is having a major identity crisis. On Tuesday, it was 61 degrees. Yesterday, it rained and then snowed.
I have a feeling that flu virus is ready to make its rounds again; but more importantly, how the hell’s a girl supposed to get dressed in the morning?
About a month ago, we discussed how many faux fur vests is too many faux fur vests. You know my answer, so it won’t surprise you that I’d dub this piece as an absolute necessity in ever girl’s winter wardrobe. (More proof of that here, here and here.)
Layering to combat the cold — without adding bulk — is one of my biggest winter weather styling challenges. For today’s look, I aimed to do just that. I kept the base simple with a mix neutral tones, polishing up the outfit with an unexpected pop of color a la Pashli.
If you look closely, you’ll notice it started snowing a bit as Lisa and I were snapping these pictures. Lately, I’ve been piling on my coziest knits over lightweight henley-style shirts, so it’s easy to remove a layer (or two) if need-be at any point in the day. A thick sweater that doubles as a layer and outerwear is key for me on days marked by increasingly chillier temps.