Posts Tagged: Frye Veronica Slouch

Daily Outfit: 12/29/11

Already Pretty outfit featuring Prairie Underground Long Cloak Hoodie, ponte pants, Frye Veronica Slouch, Moissanite studs

Hoodie, Prairie Underground Long Cloak Hoodie
Scoopneck sweater, thrifted – similar
Ponte pants, Macy’s (no longer available) – similar style
Boots, Frye Veronica Slouch
Moissanite studs, courtesy Charles & Colvard

Today, I drove eight hours. By myself. To get home! And, once again, my Long Cloak Hoodie served me well.

My husband is an incredible travel partner, but I still enjoy traveling alone. I’ve done it loads in the past, and plan to continue doing it in the future when opportunities arise. This particular drive is a bit long and, having done it so many times, a bit dull … but that made it fairly meditative, too. read more

Daily Outfit: 12/28/11

Already Pretty outfit featuring sweater dress, cashmere scarf, Gap moto pants, Frye Veronica Slouch, Foley + Corinna Mid-City Tote

Cashmere scarf, via Amazon (no longer available) – similar
Sweater dress, Anthropologie (no longer available) – similar pattern, similar fit
Tank – Bella via Amazon
Pants – Gap Skinny Moto Pants
Boots – Frye Veronica Slouch
Pearl studs, gift – similar 
 Bag, Foley + Corinna Mid City Tote via eBay

I only packed one pair of boots for this trip to see my parents, which is why you’ve seen them three days in a row. Expect to see them tomorrow, too. read more

Daily Outfit: 12/27/11

Already Pretty outfit featuring blue boyfriend cardigan, olive tank dress, Eileen Fisher silk scarf, Karen Kane jeans, Frye Veronica Slouch, Foley + Corinna Mid-City Tote

Scarf, courtesy Eileen Fisher
Cardigan, J.Jill (no longer available) – similar
Tank dresses, Express – similar style
Skinny jeans, courtesy Karen Kane
Boots – Frye Veronica Slouch
Watch – Nixon Kensington
Earrings courtesy, courtesy Accessory Artists
 Bag, Foley + Corinna Mid City Tote via eBay

Still hanging with my fam, basking in the post-holiday glow. We celebrate actual Christmas with HM‘s family for a variety of reasons, but my family isn’t big on tradition or ceremony, so I figured I’d pop down to see ’em after the holiday hubbub had died down a bit. read more