Monday, February 3, 2014

Double Trouble

If you have been reading my blog on a regular basis, you may have already noticed that I'd always like adding colours to and mixing different prints with my winter outfits. I'm not a big believer of the theory: Winter=Black. 

The beautiful blossom adds so much cheer and colour to spring; the hot temperature makes summer so attractive; and the fallen leaves take autumn to a romantic atmosphere. But how about winter? Besides the dirty and slushy roads, the never-ending cold days, as well as the gloomy and dark feelings, what else is left? Don't get me wrong though, the magnificently beautiful white snow, the winter activities, and the opportunity to play with layers are all the factors that make winter a unique and incredible season.  But after living in the minus temperature for almost half of the year, waking up while the sun is still sleeping, and unable to walk around local boutiques on Queen St, I have to admit that I do get the winter blues and need some bright colours to cheer me up. 
Zara-Grey-Beanie, Black-Sleeveless-Blazer, Mix-Prints, Winter-Outfit, Street-Style
Nine-West-Pink-Pimps, Black-and-White-Print-Pants, Fashion-Blogger
Zara-Grey-Beanie, Black-Sleeveless-Blazer, Light-Pink-Cardigan, Street-Style
Street-Fashion, Mixing-Prints, Black-and-White, Pink, Gloves, Cardigan
Street-Style, Layers, Black-and-White, Light-Pink-Cardigan, Le-Chateau-Gloves

Zara-Grey-Beanie, Statement-Necklace, pearls
Statement-Necklace, pearls, black-and-white, street-fashion, blogger

How about you? What would you do to keep your mind off the cold?

Photography: Stephen Foks

Cardigan: Aritzia (on sale right now, similar here)
Sweater: H&M (old, similar here | here)
Pants: TopShop (old, similar here | here)
Sleeveless Blazer: Zara (old, similar here | here)
Necklace: Zara (old, similar here | here | here)
Shoes: Nine West (old, similar here)
Bag: vintage find
Beanie: Zara (current)

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