Many have asked me to show more casual outfits. This Saturday afternoon look was appropriate for running errands and visiting my parents.
My coat is from White House|Black Market a couple of years ago. A few inches above the knee is the most flattering length for me.
Jeans and a sweater have become my winter dressing formula. The combo is so easy, and it keeps me warm. I’ve never been a fan of bulky knitwear. When I discovered cashmere sweaters from Everlane, it changed my winter style for the better.
The blue heather sweater is here. My trusty Levi’s jeans in the color ‘Role Model’ are here. The silk scarf keeps me warm and adds some color and pattern. I folded it in a triangle and then wrapped the ends around my neck twice and tied a little knot to create an infinity scarf.
The boots are a well planned recent purchase. They are by Marc Fisher here. I like them so much because the top is sleek and closefitting on the ankle, and the block heel is very comfortable. The Michael Kors bag is here. Referral and affiliate links in my posts may generate a small commission for me at no cost to you.
Dry winter air always takes a toll on my hair and skin. I’ve been using No. 1 Brightening Facial Oil (here) every morning for significant relief. When I wake up, my skin feels super dry, so one of the first things I do is massage the oil into my face and hands. I scrunch what remains on my hands into my hair.
Mr. Mickey often comments on how much healthier my skin looks this winter, so I decided to treat him to some Counterman. He had never used grooming products above soap and water, so he is thrilled with how his skin looks and feels now. The set here makes an excellent gift for a gentleman with a beard. (Thirteen years ago, tomorrow, Mr. Mickey and I went on our first date.)