Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Winter Basics

I live in Georgia, so we are just getting to the point where we have to pull out our jackets and scarves in preparation for the colder weather. Even though tomorrow it could be 80 degrees out (thank you bipolar weather), for now I'm loving the cold weather. It gives me an excuse to layer up, and make a list of things I need to get for the coming months (I currently only have 2 pairs of pants).

Forever 21 Thick Striped Infinity Scarf: This would be great to throw on with anything. Navy & white is always a classic combination, and infinity scarves are great because there's no fuss.

Old Navy Classic Peacoat: I'm in love with the classic fit of this jacket, but also the beautiful wine color. It sort of serves as a neutral color, worn with black, brown, or navy, so you won't have to stuff a million different coats in your closet.

Just Fab Liza Boot: I've been eyeing these boots for a few winters now. I like that these aren't your classic riding boot, but still could be paired with several different outfits. I do wear more black than brown nowadays, so I'm not sure how much wear I'd get out of them.

Urban Outfitter's Flannel Shirt: It could be red, blue, green, high-end, low-end... whatever. No matter what, get yourself a flannel shirt. It is the comfiest, coziest shirt you will wear all winter.

Target Jeggings: I've talked about these before, but I wear them almost every day. I'm not sure how great these would be for someone who lives up North, but for me these are an essential. I just recently tore a hole in one pair, so I'm only down to one. Target, please restock your jeggings.

Target Beanie: Another Target find, but I really want this beanie. It's a fun color to wear on a cold day, and a great fix for bed head.

Let me know what some of your winter basics are! Ooh, and what are your favorite pair of boots?

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    1. Me too! They're really affordable as well.

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