Chunky turtleneck sweater | @coralsncognacs

Cool-Weather Whites

My winter wardrobe workhorse is at it again today, you guys.


You’ve met her before: The chunky turtleneck sweater.

No fuss, no frills. Totally polished when worn on her own — and particularly when paired with cool-weather white denim. (She’s also insanely chic, I imagine, when layered over a dress or maxi skirt… Challenge accepted!)

They have a name for people who objectify their clothing, don’t they?



Now, I know what you’re thinking: “Cute, but isn’t there snow on the ground?”

Sure, yes. There is. And while that may be the case, I’m already thinking spring — despite the fact that this goddamn groundhog saw his shadow and is predicting six more weeks of winter.


When it snows and such, the city of New York usually gets her shit together by day three, so the streets are clear and the sidewalks are spic-and-span. Or clean enough to wear a pair of pumps, at least. (Sorry, Chicago!)

I love these Loeffler Randall pumps, but they’re strictly for cab-to-curb occasions until warmer weather rolls around.

Plus, I’m wearing Joe’s Jeans new spotless skinny jeans — meaning, they’re white jeans that stay true to their hue and resist liquids like coffee, wine and dirty snow slush. Um, hi — brilliant! Were these made with us in mind or what?

There’s more pant styles, skirts and shorts as well — you can see the entire collection here. I think I want the slim boyfriend style, too.


In sum: It can get dark and dreary in February.

Some days, a girl just needs to throw her finger to mother nature and up her shoe game. Or, you know, practice for Fashion Week… One week and counting!


*In this post:

Pink turtleneck: Zara (similar here and here)
White denim: Joe’s Jeans (they’re spill-proof!)
Blush pumps: Loeffler Randall ‘Remy’ (sold out, in black here)
Leather tote: Cuyana (similar styles here)
Lip gloss: NARS ‘Orgasm’ gloss layered over ‘Never Say Never

*Click to shopTurtleneck sweatersJoe’s Spotless Denim
Gray bagsLoeffler Randall shoes | this post (below):



Lydia Hudgens Photography

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