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Today it was very brrrrr here in Charlotte, NC, with the high of 32 degrees. I moved away from Pittsburgh to get away from cold! Anyhow, I went to physical therapy and prior to, took some quick pictures outside near this frozen pond, where I used to bike ride at 19mph or so. Looking to get a biking Trike this year if I am able. I did have a coat on top of this, but took it off for the pics. One of my other favorite sweater dresses, I paired it with a cashmere cardigan with roses, from Autumn Cashmere at one of my fav shops Bluefly. Then, I added the additional layer of this burgandy tweed jacket with removable fur that I really liked as it is fitted, and something about faux fur makes me feel more dressed up than otherwise. As the ice sat upon the lake, I was thinking of the heated seats in the car, and looking forward to the hot bath that awaited me.

Fur Tweed Jacket: Kohls ( similar) Oxblood sweater dress: Ann Taylor Loft ( similar), Cashmere cardigan: Autumn cashmere, Bluefly.com, Boots: Keen Bern, Necklace and earrings: White House Black Market, Bag: Louis Vuitton.


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    February 11, 2014 at 9:07 pm

    Love the entire outfit. However. 32 degrees is warm compared to NYC!!! Love the blog. Great colors.

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      Jess Jannenga
      February 12, 2014 at 3:08 pm

      I know I know. But I am NOT a cold weather person, be it 15 degrees or 32.. I wouldn’t want to be in NYC right now, bundle up in many layers. I appreciate the lovely comments about the blog. I do have a fair amount of burgundy πŸ™‚

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    Jess Jannenga
    February 7, 2014 at 11:57 am

    Thanks Pam. I do like the oxblood burgundy color, it was in season this year. I appreciate it! It was quite cold πŸ™‚

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    February 7, 2014 at 11:20 am

    So beautiful! Love the colors and the fit! Great job!

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