Make it Pop

Monday, December 30, 2013

Happy Monday guys! 
2013 is almost coming to a close! Any New Year's Eve plans? Resolutions?
I look forward to 2014 for many reasons; it's the year I'm getting married (cue the stomach butterflies) and I will, also, continue this fashion journey I decided to embark on. I hope it takes me to where my reality and  dreams meet.

Now let's get to today's outfit details.





I've always said your best outfits are the ones that just happen. lol. I was undecided on what to wear but wanted to keep warm while staying in style. This ended up being a simple outfit but I loved it. I'm a big stripe lover; that's why I couldn't leave this H&M long sleeved stripped dress when I saw it. I didn't take any pictures with out the jacket to show more of the dress because it was just too cold! However, I love reusing pieces and I will definitely wear it again when the spring approaches. I paired the dress with black tall thigh high boots. These boots are my go to boots and I've had them for years. I'm not sure if they'll make it to next year's Fall season. It's sad because I know eventually I will have to part ways with them lol. 

To finish the look and keep it simple I wore a black over-sized bag, pea coat and a black floppy winter hat I got from my lovely mom as a birthday gift. I was super excited for this hat because it's so chic! The finish touch to this look was a bright yellow scarf to make the outfit pop. Fashion tip of the day: a simple pop of color can bring any outfit to life. If you're afraid to try color in your wardrobe and are always in the neutral color zone, try one item (such as a scarf) with a bright color. Baby steps. 




Dress and coat - H&M
Purse- JustFab
Scarf - Forever 21
Boots (old) - similar here
Hat - Joyce Leslie 

Hope you guys enjoyed today's post ! Don't forget to follow my blog, and follow me on Twitter (@Pattys_Kloset) and instagram (@Pattys_Kloset). The kloset's always open if you're looking for something to wear. 

xoxox






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