16 Feb Turning Heads #linkup Ruffles and Teal Blue Anthropologie Jacket
Hello Ladies and Matt,
Welcome to Turning Heads Tuesday. Matt is my younger brother, and he commented that he wants to comment on my blog but that I ALWAYS begin with, “Hello Ladies”, so I decided to include him in my introduction! I better hear from you, Matt!! 🙂
February is always a time, actually January is when I start to get antsy for Spring. I just am not a fan of cold, and the inability to take my puppies out with us to lunch or a wine bar, or anywhere for that matter. I could complain, but our winter isn’t very long here in Charlotte, and the coldest months are January and February. I do like to see sunshine though. It just so happened to be the spot in which we took pictures was sunny. I just prefer warmer days, and do believe in the “winter blues”.
Speaking of blues, I thought I would wear a blue hue today as I am looking to incorporate more blue into my closet. So, the day we took these photos it was pretty cold here, I’m not wearing a coat, as for you to see my outfit, but figured if I didn’t show teeth while smiling, and pursed my lips together, they might be stuck that way; that is how bitter cold it was. I had broken an icicle off of the tip of my husband’s nose! haha! Ok, I imagine you get the point. 🙂 Well, back to business! This teal blue boiled wool jacket caught my eye on Poshmark once again, as I browsed the Anthropologie section. I loved all of the layers of ruffles and the upright collar. The detail on the back also caught my eye and the uniqueness of the garment is what I love about Anthro. It isn’t like every other button down teal cardigan out there. I decided to wear jewel tones and chose a vintage/antique inspired purple necklace and earrings I purchased from 1928.com. The cream and black scrolled pencil skirt kept the jacket as the main focus, as the neutral colors complimented the look. I decided to wear the taupe suede tall boots and could have as easily could have chosen my black scalloped kitten heels with solid black tights, perhaps for another time. The quilted ice grey Rebecca Minkoff bag has been adorning my arm frequently and I enjoyed wearing it as another neutral with this look.
Outfit details: Anthropologie teal blue jacket, Skirt Target, Boots: Sole Society, Jewelry: 1928.com, Bag: Rebecca Minkoff Love Crossbody.
I also want to say, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR WARM AND THOUGHTFUL COMMENTS LAST WEEK. IT CONTINUES TO BE A DIFFICULT TIME FOR ME. IT MEANT A LOT TO ME TO HEAR FROM YOU AND THAT YOU ARE SAYING PRAYERS.
What color or colors are you looking to add to your wardrobe? ( if any)
Linking up: with Visible Monday, Still Being Molly, Share in Style ( every other Mon), SHoe andTell , How I Spring Manic Monday, Monday MingleLinkup with Lisa Tues: Garaytreasures Link Up Style Sessions,Walking in Memphis Bless Her Heart Wed: The Pleated Poppy, Get Your Pretty On,Random Wednesday, Style Me Wednesday Watcha Wearing Wednesday, Jersey Girl Texan Heart Trendy Wednesday Momsmorningcoffee Thurs: A Labour of Fashion,Reason to Dress, Throwback Thursday Friday:Passion 4 Fashion ,Style Elixer Fun Fashion Friday / Forage Fashion
MOST CLICKED WAS Karen from She Thought She Could, who shares her outfit with grey and black tones. Pretty scarf!
IN HONOR OF VALENTINE’S DAY, THE PINTEREST PIC OF THE WEEK IS A NEW BLOGGERS TO THE LINKUP, Renata, from Prosperity By Renata
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