This is something that has been on my mind for quite a while. I’ve been blogging since 2007, and at the time my blog name was called Northwest Style. A name that I perhaps should have left unchanged.
I need to start wearing more skirts because I have so many. I do love the witchier looking ones but the problem is I am cold…all the time. In winter I want nothing more to be wrapped up from head to toe.
I have always been a fangirl. Ever since I was little I would watch a movie or a show and latch onto it if it resonated with me. I would then try to incorporate what I could into my daily style.
These Marc Fisher boots are the boots that seriously go with eeeeeeverything in winter. I have had to stop myself wearing them everyday so that other shoes in the closet get the attention they need.
I thought I was too short for jumpsuits and ill-proportioned for rompers; basically any one piece with pants/shorts was not for me. Turns out that isn’t the case.
Surprise, surprise, another outfit picked up in London back in the autumn! I hadn’t been into Mango before and going into shop during mid-September was absolutely dangerous because: autumn wear.
ALL. THE. KNITS.
Long, vertical stripes can make you look so much taller. I’m 5’4 and these pants make me look like I have legs for days.
In September I fulfilled a dream of going abroad for something work related and attended Generate Conference in London. I had a great few days at the conference and stayed at the Athenaeum Hotel in Mayfair which was an absolute dream. I’m extremely humbled and grateful that my position at work allows me to travel and experience things I normally wouldn’t get to do personally.
Ryan and I have lived in various spots through the Puget Sound over the years and where we lived dictated which route we would take to visit his parents north of Wenatchee. Some years we would take Highway 2 over Steven’s Pass and some years it was I-90 to Cle Elum and over Blewett Pass. Both routes are pretty drives, Cle Elum has a good meat shop to stop at (mmm pepperoni) and a cute coffee shop, while the Highway 2 route takes you through the always scenic village of Leavenworth.
I never seem to be in the right place at the right time whether it be for sales or missed Comic Con appearances, I feel like I tend to always find out about something well after the fact.
I was in Target for a completely different item. I wasn’t going to go look at clothes…well it wouldn’t hurt to peek.