Sooooo, for Christmas I got myself a 2nd fix for the month of December! Oops! Hahahaha! I told my stylist Nat Q. that I wanted a pair of booties and some cozy, daily-wear winter items. As always, she looked at my Pinterest board, listened to my requests, and delivered.
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On to coziest fixes of all fixes!
Absolutely – Currin Cable Front Pullover
This is such a beautiful sweater! The color is gorgeous, it is super soft, very warm, and perfect for everyday wear in the winter. Bonus point: it IS machine washable! I find most winter sweaters require hand washing and who has time for that? I certainly don’t and usually wash them using the delicate cycle…and then those ugly piling balls end up all over the sweater after a few washings and I get mad. SO! Woohoo for machine washable!
RD Style – Bliss Cowl Neck Sweater
Another lovely winter sweater! I do love a cowl neck as they are so warm and cozy. This is definitely a staple sweater that I had to keep.
Les Lis – Nehalem Woven Back Knit Top
I really, really, really wanted to love this top. I recently pinned several mixed material tops with fun back knit details so when I saw this was coming in this fix I was excited. I love the pattern however I’m not in love with the burgundy color. I also felt the back looked too loose and big on me.
Pixley – Martina Slub Knit Open Cardigan
You know, I don’t own a solid black cardigan! WTF right? That’s like the closet staple that goes with everything. This is a buttery soft cardigan and I love the draping and fit.
Seychelles – Snare Ankle Bootie
Sadly, my search for the perfect bootie did not end with these. I feel these are too Southwestern looking for my taste. I also wasn’t a huge fan of the color or the cuff part of the shoe. You know which bootie I think I want? This one! Thoughts?
What I kept:
What I sent back:
Because I love data!
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Linking up with Maria over at Crazy Together blog. Head over to get some more fix inspiration.
I hope everyone has a lovely holiday! See you in the New Year 🙂