Winter Style Tips // Two.

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We made it safely into March! I can already feel myself getting giddy about spring, but the reality around here is that winter could last for quite a while still. Lots of snow-slush ickiness around here this week. So here are a few more tips on how to dress while surviving the unending winter:

-Layers. Don’t be shy, just pile them on! Start with a basic piece like a solid tank, thermal, or collared blouse and then find a few cozy pieces that you love and toss ’em on over it. Don’t be afraid to do some pattern mixing.
-Accessories. Stock up on adorable hats, gloves and scarves. Don’t leave the house without them. Go thrifting or ask your grandma to knit you a little something.
-Cozy Sweaters. If you ever find yourself dying over the amazing sweaters you see bloggers wearing all over the internet. Go thrifting. Seriously. Go to a few thrift shops, check in the women’s and men’s sections, look carefully, be patient, it may take a couple trips but I promise there are gems out there! And it won’t hurt to look at the dresses while you’re there… maybe spring will surprise us and pop by early.

Have a great weekend!
Caitlin

4 comments
  • Brittany BoyerSunday, March 3, 2013 - 1:34 pm

    i love all your pattern mixing! layering is my favorite part of cold weather, it will be the only thing i miss when it warms up!

    brittany
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    • Caitlin McGrathSunday, March 3, 2013 - 5:32 pm

      Thanks Brittany! And same here. Cute sweaters and layers are great but I’m more than willing to give them up for some warm weather!ReplyCancel

  • FanMonday, March 11, 2013 - 2:45 pm

    I love the colours and geometric patterns. I am inspired!ReplyCancel

  • AlexiaFriday, August 9, 2013 - 2:22 pm

    I love those patterns and your hat is co cute! This is my favorite winter hat to pull out. So great.ReplyCancel

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