Dressed for: Scattered Flurries

Already Pretty outfit featuring Cath Kidston bird print scarf, brown utility jacket, brown Athleta dress, rust orange tights, Burgundy boots

Scarf – Cath Kidston
Jacket – thrifted – similar
Dress – Athleta (no longer available) – similar color
Tights – Sunhee Moonsimilar
Boots – Sam Edelman Seraphina (no longer available) – similar
Earrings – Realia by Jen

Ha ha ha. “Scattered flurries.” DO YOU LIKE MY FUNNY JOKE? That’s right, friends, the weather doesn’t care that winter won’t officially begin until the solstice. It’s sheets of ice on the roads, massive snow dumps, and subzero windchills from now on!

OK, hopefully not “from now on.” But for now, at least. I hope my fellow Minnesotans are all warm, dry, and safe after yesterday’s storm. In fact, that goes for anyone in the path of snowy nastiness!

P.S. If you’re in the St. Louis area, tune in to 1380 AM The Woman tomorrow at 1:45 p.m. to hear me chatting with Sonja Shin about packing tips and holiday party attire!

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7 Responses to “Dressed for: Scattered Flurries”

  1. Rachel

    It’s a little off topic, but I am so glad I’m not the only person who says “DO YOU LIKE MY FUNNY JOKE?!” after making a silly joke.

    DO YOU LIKE MY OFF TOPIC COMMENT?

    • Sally

      I LOVE YOUR OFF TOPIC COMMENT, RACHEL.

      I especially love asking, “Do you like my FUNNY joke” because it’s so hilariously pushy. Like I’m trying to make sure that my listener knows that this joke? It’s a funny one.

  2. Ashe

    That scarf is darling, and I love this look! It’s nice to see winter /= black, but how you used warm rusty, earthen colors to make it a little bit more warm.