Snow Capped Mountains & Sandals

Snow Capped Mountains & Sandals  

It is maybe not the most practical decision to wear sandals when the mountains are capped with snow but I wanted to get one more wear out of them before the frost hits the valley. In the very least I am wearing a coat so that somewhat makes up for my impracticalities, right?

Hooded Zip Up Coat

I had been on the hunt for a new coat for awhile now since the liner in mine was becoming quite non-existent and it turns out liners are quite expensive to replace. So I added a bunch of options to my birthday wish list and was lucky enough to receive two Tulle coats (say that 10x fast!) as gifts. This one appears more early winter late fall to me so I have been wearing it quite frequently lately – although with the hood it will be nice for those blustery days as well.

Geometric Printed Liner

One of my requirements for a coat is that the liner have some sort of personality to it so I was pleasantly surprised that this one came with a magenta geometric pattern printed on the inside. Buttons are also kind of a big deal for me and the gunmetal borders on these ones meet my high standards.

Blurred Overlook

These coats are my first pieces from Tulle and I have to say I am impressed by the quality and design of them both. In fact I was so impressed that I decided to join their affiliate program and include their banner on my site (which I only do with companies or products I have actually had experience with) so check them out if you have a minute and like vintage inspired clothes.

Hooded

Can't Ever Get Enough Cat Ring Wear

Complimentary Hues

Chainlink & Lockets

Outfit Details
Night Hooded Zip Up Coat via Tulle
Play by C. Ronson Indigo Dress via Urban Outfitters
Kimchi Blue Russian Doll Belt via Urban Outfitters
UO Multi-Strand Locket Necklace via Urban Outfitters
´╗┐´╗┐Siamese Cat Ring via Urban Outfitters
Hue Beet Opaque Tights
Seychelles Trip the Light Fantastic Heels via Urban Outfitters

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