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Unfortunately, I only have a few warm winter items with me in Maine. My whole closet lays dormant back in Florida. I would say it’s difficult to style cute outfits, but it’s really just taught me how to re-wear the same items multiple ways. My go-to look lately has been an oxford-sweater-coat combo, and this leopard crewneck sweater has been a versatile dream come true! It looks great over virtually any festive plaid or neutral Oxford, and it’s super cozy. It also comes in dozens of other solid and patterned prints and is currently over 50% off!
For our recent trip to Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor (travel recap linked here), I paired my beloved leopard crewneck sweater with a black draped coat, red and black gingham flannel, black skinny jeans, and black Hunter boots for the snow. Head to the bottom of this post for full outfit details– and stay tuned for a full Bar Harbor trip recap in the next few days!
Even with the sunshine, Bar Harbor’s weather was all over the place. Hence, I was taking the gorgeous draped black coat, which Kyle’s mom lent me, on and off to adjust to the temperature. It’s originally from Zara, and unfortunately it’s no longer available online. However, I linked a similar coat (that’s on major sale) from Belle Badgley Mischka here.
Now through January 30th, you can use code DEBUTANTE15 to take 15% off any Daniel Wellington purchase. I’ve been loving their new Classic Black line, so be sure to take a peek before the deal expires!
Shop the Look: Leopard Crewneck Sweater: J.Crew Factory, $35 | Flannel: J.Crew Factory, $25 | Coat: Zara (Similar Style Linked), $150| Jeans: Express, $40 | Boots: Hunter, $150 | Watch: Daniel Wellington, $199 (use code DEBUTANTE15 to take 15% off through 1/30)
Who’s getting excited for Christmas?! I just landed back in Florida super late last night, and I can’t wait to spend some quality time in the sunshine instead of the snow. Happy (almost) Friday!