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Monday, February 20, 2012

Cold.

Remember when it was warm and taking outfit photos didn't feel like a chore?

This winter I have taken far fewer photos than last winter. I was so good last year, I don't think I missed a single outfit, I was so determined and dedicated.
This winter... well I'm thinking I might start only doing four outfit posts a week.
And that chain bracelet is like wearing ice.
No wonder I caught a cold.

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The Rundown
Leopard Sweater Calvin Klein - Camel Blazer Vintage - Skirt H&M - Booties Madden Girl Virtual - Clutch Zara - Bracelet Macy's Similar - Antler Ring House of Harlow - Necklace Kohls - Sunnies Halston - Nail Color Essie Super Bossa Nova

42 comments:

  1. wow!! gorgeous outfit!

    www.aroundlucia.com
    www.aroundlucia.com

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  2. Thanks for making the effort in the cold!

    I love the tan paired with black & your jewellery looks amazing with it xo

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  3. Oh I hear ya sister. I cannot WAIT to be sweating my ass off getting in photos. I do appreciate those you share, though, especially this one. I love the bracelet!

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  4. You should just post whenever you feel like it, I feel like when I set myself a limit of posts it just stresses me out. But i love your posts, so as long as they come I'm happy. Hahaha :)

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  5. You do a great job posting outfit photos. Whatever you do, you have to feel comfortable right?

    xoxo,
    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  6. Even 4 outfits a week is a lot.I will never do more than 2 a week.
    It is delicious to see you, but you also have a life, so follow your instint. We will be with you all along.
    Loving your accessories, especially that gorgeous necklace, dear Lydia.
    Have a lovely Mondey.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXxx

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  7. Great post!
    Hope we could follow each other! xx

    http://bucketofcoffee.blogspot.com/
    http://bucketofcoffee.blogspot.com/

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  8. Thank you for visiting my blog back :)

    I love you bag love that colours :)

    Folloe each others?
    Marie
    http://iintothegroove.blogspot.com/

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  9. I know perfectly well how you feel but I must say you pulled it off effortlessly!

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  10. Love the outfit--the leopard sweater is perfect! I love how you completed the look with the blazer!


    www.wayoutsidelookingin.blogspot.com

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  11. gorgeous!

    http://juventine-wu.blogspot.com

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  12. Hope you feel better! I love that sweater!

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  13. I'm with you - outfit photos in freezing temps is the least fun thing to do. But I'm glad you braved the weather for us - love the ensemble!

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  14. this outfit is beautiful! it's been the exact opposite here this winter; it's been warm enough that most days i don't need a coat or a jacket, and can ride with a window down!

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  15. Lydia, that's how I got sick too! Last week, spent too much time outdoors (in Toronto - in February!!) without a coat on to take the pics, and I've been sick ever since! And the thing is, I've continued to do it almost every day ever since. :S

    Whatchoogonnado? You look cute!

    xoxo
    www.natashafatah.blogspot.com

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  16. It's not so much the cold as it is the wind sometimes! Honestly it can get quite brutal. Cold, windy... I don't blame you. I consider so many times not doing my weekly outfit post but then suck up and do it (thankfully haha).

    Oh well. You look radiant, at least. I love that necklace and your ice cold chunky chain bracelet. The camel against the black is so nice, too. Keep on braving the winter because it'll be a nice temperature again.. soon!

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  17. I hope you're not feeling too crappy...on the plus side, this is such a great outfit, I love the blazer.


    Courtney ~ http://sartorialsidelines.com

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  18. Loving the outfit! And ick on being sick!! :( I've been slacking on my full outfit posts lately too...maybe I'll do one today since I don't have work...haha
    http://www.closet-fashionista.com/

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  19. Love, love, love this! I just did a little shopping at Kohl's on Saturday night and I didn't see any necklaces like that! Boo hoo! LOL :) You look great, though!

    http://bestdressedinthenest.tumblr.com

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  20. Love this look, leopard is always a great idea! Those sunnies are perfect on you!

    Cess O. <3 The Outfit Diaries

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  21. What a great neutral outfit! I love the mix of camel and black.

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  22. yes taking winter outfit photos can't compare to spring/summer ones! Lovely outfit, very chic :)

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  23. I seriously dont know how you do it. Its so cold and finding the courage to brave the weather is a real feat. Props to you.

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  24. At the beginning of winter I was definitely gung-ho about taking outfit photos most days, but now that it's been winter for so long, I'm sick of it! I just want to stay inside where it's warm, and drink tea and watch TV shows :)

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  25. You look fantastic! I love the leopard sweater with that blazer...what a great combo!

    Natasha ~ TashaDelrae.com

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  26. Oh, hope your cold is all better now. Your leopard print shirt and blazer look very cool, er...hot!

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  27. You look gorgeous in these shots. I love your simple camel blazer.
    Love the posts but don't get sick on our accounts :)

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  28. Love the blazer with the leopard print top, gorgeous!

    www.superclementina.blogspot.com

    xx

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  29. It's a sharp look and worth contending with over the cold. I thrifted a belt in a similar size link as your bracelet. I'm hoping it won't be cold.

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  30. I really like how you did leopard here. I think it is perfectly office appropriate and you look beautiful.

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  31. Rooowwwrrrr...leopard always adds a little "something" ;) xo, tasha

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  32. Love the black & brown color palette here, and that chain bracelet is SO cute. I almost bought something similar today. You're making me regret that I didn't!

    xo,
    Hannah
    www.chillairandperfume.blogspot.com

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  33. That's exactly why I do one a week. Four would be a stretch for me. Do you have someone take your pictures, or use a tripod? Using a tripod is another issue for me in the cold. It's not like you can just snap the photo and be done with it. All in all, you look great, I love your hair like that.

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  34. Love that CK sweater, and that bracelet is FIERCE!!!

    Katie- Hems For Her

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  35. Well, I hope you're feeling better! I've done fewer outfit photos this year too, but I can't blame the weather--it's been really mild here this year! I love the small pops of color with this pretty, neutral look!

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  36. I wasn't following you yet last winter but if you took more pictures than this winter you must have had a lot! I applaud you because you've done far better than me. I am a wimp when it comes to cold weather, hence my lack of blog post and outfit pictures. Hope you're feeling better!

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  37. Oh noooo! Hope you're feeling better soon. I really like this outfit. A lot. The camel blazer and the leopard just look really good together, and it's grounded with black (which, of course, is a particular favorite of mine).

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  38. LOVE this outfit. and good for you with the dedication to outside pics. i only do it on the "warmest" days in philly. i need to grow some balls :)

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  39. Love that leopard sweater! Always do what you can.
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  40. I dont know how you do it.
    Really.
    In 5 days in NY i took 2 AWFUL outfit posts. It was COLD COLD
    and i could not wait to get back to the heat and sun I complaint so much about.

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