What I Wore: Cozy Neutrals



I don’t know if it’s all the planning for the all-neutral master bedroom that I’m doing right now, but I have been loving (and apparently living) the neutrals lately. As evidenced by this outfit. And you get indoor photos because it was not even 30 degrees when I took these yesterday and I don’t have that much dedication to style posts. 😉

This Aztec sweater has been my jam this winter. It is the coziest thing, perfect for curling up in. And the cream & black color scheme goes with pretty much everything. This look has been one of my go-to outfits (with various different colored tanks) ever since I got this cardi in November. And these moccs? Not Minnetonka. I have a pair of Minnetonka moccs, and they just aren’t as comfortable (possibly because they don’t do half sizes, which is ridiculous and unfortunate for my 8.5 feet). But these Unionbay ones? Awesomely comfortable. And the tan color is another that goes well with so many other colors.

In non-outfit news, I’m supposed to have a meeting this afternoon with a client who owes me a rather big paycheck. I’m hoping that still happens, in which case date night tonight will be on me. 🙂

Are you a fan of all-neutral color schemes? What’s your coziest piece of winter clothing?




I like this one, even though a tad blurry, because you can actually kind of see my eye color for once.
I like this one, even though a tad blurry, because you can actually kind of see my eye color for once (hazel).



Colors: Black, Cream, Heather Grey, and Tan, with Dark Denim.

Sweater: Lulu’s (sold out)
Tank: H&M
Jeans: Kohl’s (old)
Shoes: Unionbay
Necklace: Clyde’s Rebirth

Linking up with The Pleated Poppy, Style Elixir, Transatlantic Blonde, Because Shanna Said So, Lena B Actually, and Two Thirty-Five Designs.

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I had this green cardigan that I got at a clothes swap, because the fit was cute. But I never wore it because the shade of green just wasn’t right. It was a bit too bright, and seemed to clash with everything I tried it with. So I thought, what can I do to make this wearable for me? Fabric dye! What wearable shade can I get with available dye colors starting with this strong green? Answer: a darker, deeper emerald green. So that’s what I did! Behold: The above right is an accurate representation of the color beforehand. Below […]

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