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Warning Label

by Kimberley P., 26 year old Marketing by Day, Blogger at EleventhandSixteenth.com by night! from Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

8 comments · March 6, 2014

HYPE 60
  1. Sunglasses

    ,

    Ray-Ban

    , in Ray-Ban Eyewear
  2. Boots

    ,

    Report Signature

    , in Boots
  3. Leather Skirt

    ,

    Express

    , in Skirts

Exhausted while writing this, I spent my weekend doing exactly as I thought, setting up new furniture and organizing my house. Although, you can add in styling for a wedding photo shoot, celebrating a birthday, planning a vacation, and doing a mini photo shoot of my own. You could say that I’m just a bit tired.
Sunday called for something very casual, so I deemed it appropriate to wear my favorite winter staples. These thigh high boots and my favorite sweatshirt [I may need this one too] have been in rotation multiple times this season and for good reason. Each piece is casual enough to wear, whatever the occasion, but just enough in the cool temperatures. Adding a graphic sweatshirt makes dressing down a leather skirt a simple task, while making it a little more versatile.

What were your favorite winter pieces from this past season?

xoxo, KP

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Comments (8)

Muny B
Love the sweater!!!!!!!!!!!
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Mehdi Bel
so cool !
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Love Boots
wonderful boots!
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