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Old 12-08-2018, 01:37 PM
 
Location: Endless Concert
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Recently I bought a Eileen Fisher sweater it's lightweight and really warm, a good basic sweater.
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Old 12-08-2018, 03:27 PM
 
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A pair of ostrich boots. That is all.
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Old Today, 08:54 AM
 
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I been obsess with winter shopping (updating wardrobe) between recently donating out few not suitable winter ware & making some bad online purchase on Black Friday that needed to be returned, I have been obsessing over finding few key pieces for this season & Yes I am freezing, which makes me want to pack on as many sweater as I can, no transition piece for me or fall items for me.


For Winter (not fall) I got:
- Red Fleece jacket because its so comfortable, those cardigans & hoodies can't hold the cold
- Red Tommy Hilfiger stripe sweater. This is more fall item but I found it & kinda been in RED mood
- Cashmere sweater in dark wash, it does keep you super warm. Too hot for fall in my opinion but perfect for winter
- Dark wash RockStar Skinny Jeans from Old Navy, my favorite jeans. I can only wear skinny jeans in winter
- MK down puff winter jacket in RED again. Wonder if I was better off with a North Face jacket instead but oh well
- Got a stripe dress, not sure why or when I will wear it.


Not sure why I am in such RED mood, maybe its the Christmas vibe but I am trying really hard to stay in Neutral zone but failed. I want a quilted vest to wear over sweaters because these knitted sweaters skim over my chest and I am not comfortable with that.
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Old Today, 05:24 PM
 
Location: Oakland, CA
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Hmm well I think I posted earlier about hiw this fall’s clothing relly wasn’t working for me. But I ended up with a few finds inspired by the trends.

Snakeskin booties
Cone heeled mules
Satin bomber jacket - though that maybe more like last year
grayscale leopard blouse
snakeskin pouch
quilted chain strap shoulder bag
metallic nail polish
black chunky knit open front cardigan
coatigan in wool
Sparkly bodysuit for New Years Eve (to update my little black dress)

These things are pretty timeless though. As you can see I am into animal prints this season.
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Old Today, 11:38 PM
 
Location: Torrance, California
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I have actually likewise ordered a hoody and also a sweatshirt from 7daysclothing. The sweatshirt is a winter bargain, yet I believe I can wear it effectively over a chambray t-shirt for the earliest days of loss.
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