Dressed for: Times Square

Already Pretty outfit featuring Echo Designs Times Square Wrap, gray cashmere sweater, gray wool skirt, magenta tights, ECCO Sculptured 65 tall boots, Cole Haan handbag

Scarf – Echo Designs Times Square
Sweater – thrifted – similar
Skirt – thrifted – similar
Tights – Target (old but these are same I think, Fandango Pink color)
Boots – ECCO Sculptured 65
Bag – Cole Haan Brooke via eBay – more of this style still on eBay
Earrings – White Sands Glass

What? You don’t believe I’m in Times Square? Oh, all right. I’m talking about this scarf, which features a gorgeous, colorful, digital print of that famed New York landmark/destination in all its neon glory. When it’s wound around my neck like this you can’t tell, of course, but it’s still lovely to look at. And since some of my favorite folks and closest friends live in NYC, it makes me all the happier to have a colorful, cozy reminder of the place keeping me warm.


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6 Responses to “Dressed for: Times Square”

  1. Laurel H

    You rock jewel tones the best of anyone in style blogland! And gosh, I have pretty much everything in this outfit so I’m going to try this, too.

    Bless you for smiling in the snow, Sally. If you’re still doing this in April, you’ll be my hero.

    Hugs from an equally snowy and bitterly cold Ottawa.

  2. Kristina

    I am a lily-livered Californian (in the Valley East of San Francisco), and I admire your ability to wear skirts in a Minnesota winter. I live in them all summer long, but they get packed away in December, which is when our winter season truly starts. Any pearls of wisdom about how to keep warm in skirts? Daytime highs usually hover (don’t laugh, I said I was a wimp) in the ’50s here this time of year.

    • Dee

      I have to MAKE myself wear skits in the winter…I love the way they look with tights and boots but I hate to be cold so I try to pick the relatively warmer days to wear them! My suggestions for how to stay warm, first off wear a skirt that is meant for cooler weather — that sounds obvious but I can’t tell you how many women I see with skirts or dresses of thin, flimsy fabric. Tights are great, with knee high boots. For me, I add my long down coat and I am set! If your highs are 50s and the lows maybe 40s you should be plenty warm with tights, or some type of hose. I would not try to go bare legged…brrrr!

  3. LP

    those colors and silhouette look GREAT on you. I like how you pulled in the magenta with the tights and purse. Terrific outfit!