Monday, December 5, 2011

the calm before the storm

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dress: pib's xchange
cardigan: syrup
scarf: gift
loafers and broach: vintage/thrifted
hat: internet?
socks: target


It's kind of ridiculously pleasant outside for this time of year in New York...like between 50 and 60....and clear skies, so I got away with not wearing tights one last time...maybe. I appreciate the fair weather but I also feel like it's lulling me into a false sense of security and one day BAM, it will be miserably bitingly cold and the only thing I'll be able to wear is layers and layers of not that cute, but warm, sweaters and my ugly down coat. and then what will to happen to outfit posts?

So for now I'll happily party in my cardigan and knee-highs for as a long as the stratosphere will allow me. also all the christmas lights are going up in New York and it's SO pretty! I've been without a camera every time I'm out, but hopefully I'll be able to share soon:)

39 comments:

  1. Beautiful dress! Your cardi with the bambi is just too adorable! I can't wait to see your photos of New York christmas lightings! Yeah! Jingle jingle, here come's chirstmas!

    Ash :o)
    ftashion

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  2. i love the earthy shades in this outfit. so pretty!

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  3. Wow, it's warmer there than it has been in Phoenix! I'm freezing here! I really like all of the patterns in this outfit. Oh, and the deer on the back of that cardi is so sweet!

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  4. WOW! You're sooo pretty! And I love all of your outfits!! Gorgeous.

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    http://lischen-lischen.blogspot.com/

    xxx

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  5. So pretty, these pictures are gorgeous dear!

    http://www.hsquaredfashion.blogspot.com

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  6. I am so in love with that cardigan. Super cute!!!!! The colors of the whole outfit look magical. Gorgeous ensemble...

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  7. Those look is adorable.. Loving your personal style! xx

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  8. So lovely!

    http://shannonhearts.blogspot.com

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  9. This outfit is beautiful, and the photos are just so pretty!

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  10. That cardigan is adorable! Love the mix of print and the loafers.

    Christie

    Dark Blue Stripes

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  11. Amazing outfit, love the layering and the colours..Also I'm following you, have a look at my blog and if you like it, it would be great to follow me back :)
    xxx
    Anastasia

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  12. This might be one of my favorite outfit posts ever. I can't decide what part I like best, the scarf, dress, or cardigan! It's all so pretty!

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  13. i looked at the first photo and i was gunna say... aren't you freezing?? hopefully when it actually does get colder you won't be too freezing though! fingers crossed for you! i've been rather pleased with the mild chill where i live too. [though in general it probably gets colder in NY haha]

    darling cardigan and hat! xx

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  14. Aw, the deer sweater is so sweet!

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  15. going gaga over this adorable look!
    <3 jamie

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  16. your sweater get cuter and cute lady! this one is awesome. i'm a nyc native and this is one of the mildest autumns ever...you are lucky! such a great intro the city. yes the lights are so pretty. did you see the tree yet?

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  17. You look adorable! I hope you get a few more days of mild weather before it gets too cold.

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  18. I've been going tightless too, which is weird because it usually is unbearably cold around this time. But then again, thinking about unbearable cold, I think that usually happens sometime in January and February ... There is a neighborhood around me in Queens that always puts up really pretty lights for Christmas. I'm thinking about taking a walk with my husband in that neighborhood before it gets too cold to enjoy the pretty lights.

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  19. Beware--that's what happened here. Last Wednesday I went to work without a coat, today the high was 10. 10. I LOVE your pretty green dress and this great cardigan! The hat is a perfect touch!

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  20. YOU ARE AMAZING. That sweater is amazing. I keep forgetting that I bought you a tiny something, I'll need to mail it to you soon!

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  21. I love the socks and the dress and just everything about the outfit!

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  22. Love the floral print of your dress dear!
    If you like my blog and you wanna... we could followed each other! :)

    KISSES!
    Estefanía J. ABSOstyle

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  23. Love the color combos & pattern mixing in this outfit. So whimsical & fun.

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  24. I love this outfit! You look SOO pretty. I'm a bit further than NY and it is so crazy how warm it's been here for December!

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  25. Ce mélange d'imprimés est vraiment réussi, tout colle parfaitement! Ce look te va à ravir ! :)

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  26. J'adore ce look! C'est superbe! La robe est géniale, et l'assortiment chaussettes hautes et chaussures donne un air sage trop mignon.
    Bisous :)

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  27. These pics are so good doll! I am in love with that cardy, my hat goes off to you for wearing socks in this weather, I am a big believer in style over function ;)

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  28. Beautiful photos! I love your blog <3

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  29. The bird sweater in the last post and now this cardi! OMG, I'm so in love!! I want to sneak into your closet and steal your sweaters!! OXO Natalie

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  30. I adore your cardigan and dress :) Take advantage of the nice weather while it's here!
    Sarah from
    Tulle and Trinkets

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  31. I'm really loving that cardigan. The mixed prints in this outfit work so nicely together too!

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  32. Super cute look!!! We love all the earthtones and layering! We too have been enjoying the NYC weather and being able to wear sweaters, scarves, hats, and things!


    ox,
    -Davie+Erica
    Wardrobe Stylists, NYC.

    >>http://www.lpfashionphilosophy.blogspot.com

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