Jacket – When I saw this jacket online I thought “Oh that’s cute, I’ll try that” and when it arrived in the mail and I took it out of the box, all I could think was “I can’t believe it is so comfortable”. So, I wore it to school the next day, and I’m a little afraid that I’m going to be continually grabbing it before I head out, until I end up on some intervention show. I just love how it’s length is a little longer and the asymmetrical front is so fun.
Turtleneck – Before getting this Cuddl Duds turtleneck long sleeve t-shirt I’ve never owned anything with such a high neckline. Anytime I’d tried them on they were itchy and suffocating and all around uncomfortable. Since Cuddl Duds prides themselves on being the opposite of that I figured it was worth testing out and I’m so glad I did. Either by itself or under something this turtleneck sweater is great!
Leggings – To finish off my clothing I decide on a simple pair of leggings that are versatile enough that I can wear just about anywhere. The waist is a medium rise (great if you wear shorter shirts like I do) and they are very comfortable.
Shoes – I just went with a basic pair of toms that I’ll admit are starting to look a little rough.
Necklace – Last but not least is this necklace that I was given by the people at Schneblies. It’s their trademark design which is based on the artist Susie memories of Cape Cod. It’s now used in a variety of jewelry and artwork (available at their site) to help the environment. Not only to help you remember to do so yourself (reuse reduce recycle) but 20% of the retail profit goes to Gumbo Limbo in Boca Raton, Florida.
And this last shot after stepping in the mud.