Dressed for: High Contrast

Already Pretty outfit featuring black blazer, Nanette Lepore dress, ECCO Sculptured 65 boots, opaque black tights

Blazer – thrifted – similar
Dress – Nanette Lepore courtesy Dalitka
Tights – Spanx
Boots – ECCO Sculptured 65
Necklace – courtesy Blue Nile
Earrings – Urban Outfitters (no longer available) – similar

This gorgeous dress is a silk knit with detailed cap sleeves, which means it’ll be super fun to wear come summer. But it’s heavy and drapey enough to work in winter, too, and that graphic print pops just beautifully against a base of black. read more

Dressed for: Heritage

Already Pretty outfit featuring J.Crew heart intarsia sweater, Coach duffle handbag, red tights, black full skirt, ECCO Sculptured 65 tall boots, red plaid scarf

Sweater – J.Crew via eBaysimilar
Skirt – Banana Republic (no longer available) – similar
Tights – Express (old but these are the same)
Boots – ECCO Sculptured 65
Scarf – bought at a tourist shop in Edinburgh – similar
Earrings – gift – similar
Bag – Coach Duffle

There are two pieces of personal heritage in this outfit, one more legit than the other.

My great grandmother’s maiden name was Stewart, so my mom and I always assumed we had some Scottish blood and I made sure to nab a few items in the Stewart tartan while in Scotland, including this gorgeous wool scarf. My grandma recently told us she doesn’t think that’s right … but Mom and I are sticking to our story. We like the idea of being somewhat Scottish. read more

Dressed for: Subzero

Already Pretty outfit featuring Icelandic wool sweater, leggings, Frye Harness boots, oversized handbag

Sweater tunic – from Iceland – this is the one! (WOW, mine was way cheaper)
Long-sleeved tee – Target (old but this is the same)
Leggings – Old Navy (old but these are the same)
Boots – shearling-lined Frye 12R
Bag – handmade via Loring Corners Gallery
Sunglasses – gift – similar
Earrings – HSokol

Holy bananas, it’s cold. SO COLD, friends. I busted out the Icelandic wool this weekend because nothing else would come close to keeping me warmish. This boiled wool is a standby for when windchills bring us double digits below zero. read more