Well maybe chic isn’t the right word, but you know what I mean. My initial take on Timberlands is that they should have been left in the 90s, but after seeing how these pictures came out my mind has changed. I love the rugged look it gives the outfit, it’s a ready to conquer anything style. And honestly, I probably would have broke my ankle without them, you know they plant Christmas Trees on mountains?! Well they did where I went. Ok, let me stop rambling so we can take a look at the outfit I put together for this situation…
I’m totally a situational dresser, except I should have probably worn a down coat and not a leather jacket, but whatever. I didn’t think it would get so cold. My Timbs saved my life 12+ times (from slipping) and kept my feet super warm, so now I’m kind of in love. They also look bad ass with a leather jacket so I couldn’t pass this style up. (Even though I real life I’m on the opposite spectrum of anything even remotely considered badass, it was fun looking like I was) I made sure to wear mostly black, I originally had on distressed black denim which I’m happy I changed out of. You have to remember to dress for the weather to an extent while coordinating a nice outfit, frostbite is not chic.
I recently purchased this scarf from Asos. Usually I’m not the type of person to wear black and navy blue together, but what was nice about this was that you can’t really tell it’s navy blue. The crazy that is my head was kind of against it, until I consulted my mother (who always puts everything back into perspective). She noted how irrational I was being and then I finally decided to wear the scarf and I’m happy I did. They navy gridline against the deep red added to the edgy style and simultaneously kept me warm. Win win. Do any of you consult a mother, sibling or friend when you’re not sure if you like what you’re wearing? I’d love to hear who your go-to person is!
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