Color In Cold






I hope you all had a wonderful President’s Day weekend! I sure did. Took a trip down to Utah and had a few days to relax from all the craziness of school, work, and event planning. Since it’s February now you would think it would start warming up. For some, 30 degrees might be warm, but not for me. I am always cold. I was raised in California so the Idaho weather is not exactly my friend. At times it may seem challenging to dress fashionably and warm but let me tell you, it can be done. So ditch those parkas and listen up! Color will be your friend. It might be dark and it might be dreary out there but don’t be afraid to lighten things up with some bold color choices. As you can see, fuchsia is one of my favorites. I love pairing it with navy, forest green, and other muted tones. Don’t be afraid to branch out and try something a little flashy. People might look at you, yes, but personally that’s the fun part about fashion. If you know you’ve got a killer color combo you’ve got nothing to be ashamed of.
I personally love jackets like these that can be paired with a cute scarf or open with a nice blouse, even a plain tee if accessorized properly! Luckily stores are starting to bring in their spring styles (which is crazy unless you live in Texas or something) so chances are you’ll be able to snag one at a good price. You can totally bundle up underneath your coat and no one has to know. Then you can be super warm all day and it will look effortless. So I challenge you to play with some outfits! Don’t let the cold beat you.
Thanks for reading! You guys are seriously fantastic.
Navy Jacket: Old Navy // Fuchsia Scarf: JC Penney // Gold Watch: Target // Shoes: Goodwill

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