What I'm Wearing // Burgundy Beanie-Forever21 // Burgundy Cardigan + Black Crop Top + Black Maxi Skirt-Hanger221 // Silver Belt-Vintage // Silver Quartz Necklace-Chelsea Den Jewelry //
It's been some time since I've posted a look, I've been working so much on my jewelry and then the Holidays popped up out of nowhere so that's where my heads been the last few months. Even now as I type this I can't believe how long it's been since I've posted a look, but I've got lots of looks on the way and even more motivation to keep expanding all that I'm doing. I currently have something new in the works and it just might mean a new and improved home for my blog :) Change is good, and I've gotten a little too comfortable with my fashion blog so it's time to switch it up and keep moving forward, forward, forward! More to come on that in the weeks and months ahead!
In the meantime here's a new look for you guys! I bought this skirt in October when Halloween was in the air and the witchy feel of this skirt just pulled me in! I love wearing the color black so if I can successfully create an all black look I'm a happy camper! And if I can add touches of burgundy along with the black you better believe it doesn't get much better for me! I wore this crop top all through the summer and now I'm finding it so easy to wear for winter (yay for clothes that work for all seasons!) The strappy back of the crop top peeks just out over the back of my knit cardigan adding a cool geometric touch. This outfit works so well simply because of California's lovely warm Winter weather. Coming from Denver, Colorado I'm used to bundling when Winter comes around, and after 5 years of living in Santa Barbara it still is a huge surprise that I can step outside in an outfit like this in December...And I love it! There isn't any other place I've felt more at home than here in Santa Barbara, and I couldn't be happier to be spending another holiday season in this beautiful town!
That's it for me today, I hope you all have a wonderful, wonderful week!
Photography by Ash Robinson
Photoshop/Post Processing by Chelsea Dennis