I got really busy in December, and then really lazy, so I've just gotten around to uploading some pictures.

#1-2: October 25. Royal blue light sweater dress, a favorite item my mother found for me in the junior's section at Macy's some years ago. I love how it skims my curves and still manages a tiny bit of hem flare. I paired it with a rose gold leaf pendant, in addition to the usual black tee, leggings, and boots.

#3: October 29. Navy Out. Cotton shirt dress (Find), navy suede snakeskin belt (my first and only purchase at Talbot's), navy tights, and navy booties. For accent, a dark red bird print scarf. Because TASSELS.

#4: November 3. Soft purple and lipstick red cotton dress, customized with long sleeves. Rose gold pumps.

#5-6: November 8. Fine gauge purple-pink mockneck sweater. Navy and white checked skirt (discussed in this thread). Navy tights and black and white glen plaid shoes - which I struggled with! I don't think it's obvious that they don't match. Statement necklace in silver, with danglies in various pink/magenta colors.

#7: November 12. Mixed media top in greens and grays. White faux leather pleated skirt. Heather gray cable tights and booties. I rather liked this outfit; it was fun to wear white in winter, and the colors were all cohesive.

#8-9: November 12. Not as happy with this outfit, because I changed it totally with the topper on. But it was okay for choir practice in a cold room. Salmon pink sweater and AE jeggings. Metallic blue sneakers. Black back-peplum jacket with light blue pashmina. Carmel-colored lace-up boots. (If my hair was blonde, these would bookend beautifully.)

#10-11: November 19. Another experimental bumming around outfit. Mint green chunky sweater and AE jeggings. This is very daring for me - the sweater is very blocky, and jeggings are a new concept. It needs a third piece, but I think I was rushing out the door. Metallic blue sneakers again. I LOVE these.

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