It Still Takes Two to Make a House a Home

You and I both know that the house is haunted
And you and I both know that the ghost is me
You used to catch me in your bed sheets just rattlin your chains
Well back then baby, it didn’t seem so strange

An outfit post at last! This winter, much like last year’s, has been brutal. My last outfit posts were rough enough to get shot and then I did a lookbook photoshoot, also cold. So basically I’ve been avoiding standing outside in near freezing temps. Yesterday’s snow storm was so pretty, though, it was hard to not want to go out and shoot a quick casual look, amidst walking the dog and letting him eat all the snow his little heart desires.

A silk-cashmere turtleneck sweater layered with a Canadian Tuxedo seemed like the perfect winter layers, lest we not forget the Uniqlo HeatTech socks (I will never stop raving about them). I have always been an Ugg gal in the winter, but this year Z bought me these limited edition Sperry x  J.Crew boots, which I love. Lined with shearling they’re as cozy as my uggs, but the rubber and leather gives it a more utilitarian look, while also being mountain-girl-chic (or so I keep trying to tell myself).

Zara chambray (here)
Banana Republic Turtleneck
Sperry TopSider for J.Crew boots
Uniqlo HeatTech socks (get yours here)

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3 responses to “It Still Takes Two to Make a House a Home

  1. Love your outfit! Beautiful photos! X Minale

  2. Love your style and your blog….thanks so much for visiting my blog and your nice comments! I am going to send you an email!

  3. You look so chic! Way to stay stylish in that snow, it’s the hardest time of the year for us fashionistas!

    A Peck on the Chic

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