Friday, 5 December 2014

Arrows

 Back to the cold outdoors -- I haven't posted anything with me all bundled up for a while! But in reality, it's all that I can possibly wear outside at the moment. It's been sooo cold! I'm actually wondering where my toque is in these photos... Must have forgotten it on this day.

You might remember this coat from last year and it's still one of my faves. I love a coat that can be interesting with the plaid print, but still super versatile with its grey, black and white colors.  
I got this new gorgeous jewelry from Sasha Eillenna while I was in Squamish a couple of weeks ago and have been wearing it non-stop. I love every piece and it seems to complement every outfit that I have been wearing lately.
Knee-high boots have been another go-to because that extra coverage keeps the legs so much warmer. I don't think I'd be able to wear skirts otherwise at the moment.

I received this dress at the end of our warm fall and was afraid I wouldn't get much wear out of it during the winter. But I'm happy to say that it is surprisingly warm and looks amazing with tights, so it will get a lot of wear after all.
Isn't this ring amazing? I love the double arrow design (fun fact: I have an arrow tattoo on my hip -- something about them!) and you can turn it around for a simple double banded ring.
More arrows! Not sure if you can see the detail in this photo, but the necklace has an arrowhead design on it, which I obviously love. You can see better detail on her site here.
I hope you have an amazing day!! xoxo

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4 comments

  1. I love your plaid coat!
    xo
    www.laurajaneatelier.com

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  2. awesome!!= ]0))
    nice products ;-)


    xoxo

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  3. What a jacket! Love you style Alison!
    Loving the necklace too!
    x Kirsty
    http://geelongfashionista.com

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