gingham + plaid

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coat: Beehive (similar, similar in plus size) // sweater: H&M (similar, similar in plus size) // shirt: J.Crew Factory (similar in plus size) // jeans: AG c/o Shopbop // boots: Sam Edelman c/o Shopbop // purse: Frye c/o Shopbop


While I do actually wear all the outfits I blog, I definitely don't blog all the outfits I wear. Some outfits seem either too basic and boring to share or like things you've already seen on blogs/Pinterest (or worn yourself!). This would have been one of those, except that I had Dago snap a pic of me in it during our Nashville trip (you can see that photo here), and I was like "Huh, that's actually a p cute look." So here you go! An easy go-to outfit this winter for work, errands, brunch, hanging with the in-laws, etc. etc. etc.

Y'all know I'm big on layers, and I appreciate that this outfit lends itself to a wide range of temperatures. When I wore it in Nashville, I think it was in the 20s, I've worn it in the 40s a couple of times when working outside of the home or running errands, and it was in the 60s the day we shot these photos and I wore it for the rest of the day (sans coat). Talk about versatile!

How do y'all feel about bloggers sharing basic versus interesting outfits? I feel like that sweet spot is sharing interesting takes on outfits using pieces most people probably own, but I'm always curious what most people prefer, click on, pin, and recreate.

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