More Cold Weather and More Faux Fur

 Madewell jeanssimilar turtleneckcabi faux fur vest (old, similar here);  Zac Zac Posen handbagJ.Crew flats (also love the blush and red versions);  Quay sunglassesKendra Scott ring

You guys, it really is true what they say: people in Southern California are complete babies when it comes to cold weather.  (I actually have no idea if “they” say that, but they should.)  This year we’ve had more winter-ish weather than I can remember in years past, and it looks like we’ve got a bunch of chilly (and even, gasp, rainy) days ahead.  Eric cannot stop talking about spring, and me?  I just keep finding more faux fur to love.

I snagged this little vest on major sale during cabi Scoop back in January, and I just love the colors.  It was only available about 2 to 3 sizes bigger than I’d normally buy from cabi, but the sides of the vest are woven fabric so I knew it would be an easy fix for a tailor.  This vest is sadly no longer available, but I did find a couple of brand new options on ebay and am linking a few similar styles below.

Annnnd surprise, surprise – that pair of black skinnies again.  I know I’m pretty much a broken record about this, but if you like high rise denim and have not tried Madewell’s high rise skinnies yet, you are seriously missing out.  They come in 9 and 10 inch rises in a million washes and are available in regular, petite, long, curvy, and maternity versions because sometimes it’s nice to have ALL of the options, right?

Hope everyone has a great week ahead!


Photos thanks to Felicia Lasala

2 Comments on More Cold Weather and More Faux Fur

  1. Minou
    March 7, 2019 at 3:44 pm (5 years ago)

    i am SO IN LOVE with those mules! The color is GORGEOUS!
    As an OC native myself, I can definitely confirm that we are babies in the cold. I’m seriously so looking forward to the end of all this rain and Spring 🙂

    • Nikki
      March 13, 2019 at 10:24 pm (5 years ago)

      Thanks so much! Good news – looks like spring is finally almost HERE!


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