Could be cozy and warm

Hi loves,

I’m writing to you from San Diego, where I’m totally feeling comfy with 65 degrees compared to Seattle. When temperatures started to drop in Seattle, I realized my California life hadn’t left me very prepared for frosty temperatures- especially in the accessories department. 

Today’s shoot theme was “cozy winter” , shot by Tracy Lamont Photography at the gorgeous Golden Gardens in Seattle which FYI are gorgeous. Today’s post shows you how to be warm and fashionable. I’m sharing a few of my favorite warm winter accessories with you all.



Accessories Look 1: Mittens | Blanket Scarf (similar) | Beanie

Mittens, a scarf, and a hat are the basic necessities. But mixing materials and colors is great for livening up your look. (No need to be matchy-matchy).




Accessories Look 2: Beanie | Scarf (similar) |

Look 2 is more of an indoor winter look. Since obviously you can’t be warm with a sweater and silk scarf. (PS: Don’t be afraid to wear silk in winter. It’s a nice way to break up the heavy fabrics)



Accessories Look 3: | Jacket | Hat |

While this jacket isn’t exactly an “accessory” it feels like one due to the yellow color. This one is more for a winter hike or camping type activity.

I’ve put together a guide for my favorite winter accessories for you– from high end to low end– to get you through this winter.


Shop the Less than $15 Section : One | Two | Three | Four

Shop the Over $100 Section: One | Two | Three | Four

What do you think of these accessories? What’s on your winter must-have list?

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  1. December 21, 2016 / 6:50 am

    Love your style! Especially the first look is just so nice and chic, I love those jeans!!

    • December 21, 2016 / 7:02 am

      Thank you!!