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Winter Challenge, week 2 & a gift reveal

Sheila's Potpourri | Once Upon a Time & Happily Ever After |  Sprinkled Just Right 
Quilty Joy Joy | From Plaid to Pearls | Daily Style Finds | Fast Life Slow Life
 The Blondissima | Looks Like Lauren

The Looks

Wednesday: What I wanted to wear vs. what I should really wear.  I didn't really love this look...I think it was the scarf with a poncho that was new to me.

Then the next day I tried it again whilst heading out to the kid's Cmas concert...and I LOVED this look:

Thursday- cozy outfit for morning school run. This one lasted all day and the puffer was even good as a jacket later on when it got above zero warm.  Practically bikini weather, if you ask me.

Friday- the new sweater (same, similar)  which was cozy for a day where I needed some extra warmth and cuddles.   
Saturday: Embellished sweater and skinnies. Nope. Cozy sweater with pearls and the go-to leggings. Yup, that's more like it.

Note: the outfits end here. I've been wearing the same lulus and Harry Potter Tshirt all week. I've gone rogue, but when grieving one must be cozy, so says me.  Thursday is my Grams' funeral, I promise I won't wear said lulus and Tshirt to it.


Also sharing the scarf that I got in our blogger's scarf exchange.
I sent my scarf to my friend, Vanessa and I received a scarf from a girl I went to high school with. It has been great reconnecting with her over Instagram and through this exchange.  Also...she picked out a beautiful scarf!!! It's pattern mixing defined, with my favourite patterns: plaid and polka dots!
Thanks, Johanna!!



Comments

  1. I love the scarf you got! I also can't beleive you gave more than one poncho! Maybe I do need one. Haha

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  2. I'm sad that you're sad. I know, not helpful. So...I'm in love with your Free People sweater. And it's on sale right now in the cream color....hmmm. As usual, you look gorgeous in everything :)!

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  3. Love your looks!! And two ponchos!?! Awesome...I guess I need one now! Been thinking about you this week and sending hugs and prayers!! Oh and PS-how did I miss out on a blogger scarf exchange?!?! LOL

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  4. I love that scarf and poncho look you wore to the concert! The colors all look great on you!
    And you know I love the scarf you sent me :) The one you received is super cute! I think I need to get one like that :)
    Thanks again for organizing everything for the exchange! You're the best D!

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  5. I am so sorry about your Gram.

    I agree - being comfy is most important - I like your embellished lamb sweater with the pearls.

    Lisa @ Daily Style Finds

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  6. looking lovely as always... ponchos just look great on you, me, not so much.
    Love your plaid and polka scarf, so you!

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