Dressed for: Before Snowfall

Already Pretty outfit featuring Karen Kane marled duster jacket, black turtleneck, compass star necklace, black skinny jeans, fringe handbag

Jacket – courtesy Karen Kane
Turtleneck – thrifted – similar/sustainable
Jeans – Old Navy (old) – similarsustainable (made in USA thru size 24!)
Boots – Clarks Fernwood Lake via eBay
Bag – Amazon/DIY (post here) – vintage/handmade fringe bags
Compass necklace – courtesy Mark Defrates

We’ve got abundant snow in Minneapolis right now. I’m posting this because I’m a little bit in denial about winter’s arrival, and because I’ve been sick for several days and am behind. On everything! This outfit was worn on a day when it was cold enough for snow, but mercifully dry. That marled Karen Kane jacket is lightweight enough that it doesn’t feel bulky, but cozy enough for winter layering. And you all know how I adore a good duster-length jacket …

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One Response to “Dressed for: Before Snowfall”

  1. Qamar Shehzad

    She is looking very smart and attractive in magnificent Outfit. Hence, Dressed for: Before Snowfall creates new designs in the mind of Women. The jeans of black under good-looking black shoes is suitable on the personality of this girl. I inspires the design of the jacket that fully protects body from cold air in winter.
    Regard: Qamar