Holiday Moments of Chic
Winter in Florida is completely unpredictable. You could easily be lounging by the pool in your tiniest bikini on Monday and shivering in your thickest sweater by Tuesday. Just to clarify, “shivering in your thickest sweater” weather starts once the temperature drops below 65 degrees according to Floridians. Seriously, we can’t handle the cold. On cool winter days, I like to pair a a warm sweater with a cute skirt and a fabulous pair of heels. This foolproof Floridian winter outfit keeps me warm enough, but I won’t feel like I’m melting when the temperature rises to the upper 70s halfway through the day.
This month, I’ve been pairing my new Kate Spade skirt and burgundy RD Style sweater from Piperlime to create a chic holiday look. Kate Spade can do no wrong in my eyes, and this navy, blue, and white textured skirt highlights their phenomenal ability to create versatile investment pieces that have tons of personality. The multi-colored pattern is fun without being over-the-top, and the gold zipper details provide a classy and modern accent.This skirt can easily work for days at the office or nights out with friends, and it looks absolutely darling paired with my burgundy cable knit sweater and leopard print heels . I love how this look combines so many colors and textures, but it still comes across as chic and understated. Needless to say, this outfit will definitely be making an appearance at this weekend’s Christmas party!
Piperlime is offering some amazing deals right now- including sales on both of the items featured in my outfit- so hurry over to their site and do a little shopping! Piperlime is one of my favorite online shops because they feature a wide variety of brands and price points, and they show you how to wear each season’s trends with their curated picks. Definitely a website that every fashionista needs to bookmark!
Skirt: Piperlime c/o (on sale!) | Sweater: RD Style | Heels: Sears
Lips: Bite Beauty Rhubarb | Nails: OPI All Sparkly & Gold
What are your go-to fashion pieces for winter?