Chambray · Look of the Day · Utah

Utah look: Chambray and denim

I’m still here! Sorry I have been absent. Some things are happening that I am trying to figure out the best I can and I just got to Utah yesterday so that threw a small wrench in the works, but I am hoping to have everything figured out for the most part by next week.

I hope you will all be patient and stick with me. I have some fun things planned coming up including a possible contest with a giveaway… I’ll let you know more when it’s all nailed down. For now I am trying to enjoy some time with my family who I haven’t seen for over two years. So on with the outfit post.

This is what I wore yesterday while traveling and once I got to Utah. As you can see, I am the proud new owner of a chambray shirt. I have been looking for one while thrifting but haven’t had any luck so I finally decided to go ahead and splurge on a new one (it was on sale and I had a coupon, so that helped). Plus, I new it would be a great layering piece to use while in Utah.

I wasn’t completely sure about the denim on denim look but I liked it. The orange scarf helped it to be not as boring (and helped keep me warm too).

I am definitely having to readjust to the cold weather. I grew up around snow and I miss seeing it every winter. It’s funny because people I talk to here, have a hard time understanding why I would want to leave Florida to come here in the winter, but it’s nice to see something different. Even though the snow has lost its novelty to the people who live around it, to me it’s fun and fresh and exciting. When I woke up this morning it was snowing and I was so giddy I felt like a kid again. It’s been 5 years since I’ve seen any.

What do you think? Snow or no?
Outfit breakdown:
Shirt: So, purchased at Kohl’s for 16.00
Jeans: purchased at the thrift store for 3.49
Boots: purchased at Kohl’s for 23.19
Orange scarf: purchased at the thrift store for 3.99
My awesome sis-in-law Livia was kind enough to brave the cold to snap some pics for me. Check out her blog here.

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