Somehow I'm waay behind on WIW's, and the weather has changed a lot since these. Please let me know if I'm posting too much or these aren't relevant!

#1-2, February 22: Statement skirt again, this time with new fine-gauge sweater turtleneck - clearance find at Dillard's. It's got small covered buttons halfway up the forearm, a nice touch to make it more interest.

#3, February 23: Red sweater, red belt, gray woolly skirt, mid-calf boots. Waterproof, because we got a good bit of rain that day. (First time we'd had anything significant since the first week of January.) I felt somewhat like a Cossack, but comfortable and protected from the elements.

#4-5, February 23 (choir): Athleta wool sweater, jeggings, sneakers because the rain was over. Also wild hair. I set my hair in pincurls, and sometimes they do crazy things. It's easy to curl them around the other way, but this was just funny.

#6-7, February 25: Cole Haan sneakers, one of my big splurges! Balancing the shiny with a very shiny necklace, and lots of matching blue.

#8-9, February 26: Shiny blue sneakers again! This time an unabashedly casual outfit: striped sweater, black leggings, black gear skirt. Perfect for running early errands on a day that started 30F cooler than it ended up.

#10-12, February 26: Another change, for a concert in the evening. New coat's first outing! The back view is lightened for hood detail. I'll have more pictures later; the hood is brilliant. This coat is WONDERFUL. I should have ordered it two years ago!

#13-14, February 28: A different WIB, from the Kohl's bonanza of spring tops. I'm so glad I tried this tee. It's simply a black lace yoke over royal blue, but it has a very elegant effect. It's perfect for work and still-in-jewel-tones choir attire for Sunday mornings. Also, paired with the basic black skirt from Modcloth. It does NOT have elastic (yay!) and fits great. For shoes, glen plaid in gray and white. From Payless.

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