River Flows in You




     I have always been one for comfort when it comes to fashion.  Luckily my style is more on the bohemian sides of things which allows me to be comfortable literally ALL THE TIME! Flowy skirts and dresses are my go to in the summer, but I've started to pull those items into my winter wardrobe as well.  The key, I've found, is layering.
     I recently purchased this skirt from Free People and it is from their One collection so it is very thin material. So how do I make it work in the freezing midwest winter? Tights, sweater, and boots! Underneath this gorgeous skirt I threw on a pair of burgundy tights and my slouchy Frye boots (which you can't see, but they're there!) and on top I paired it with a boxy cowl neck sweater from Free People as well.  Unfortunately I got this sweater last year so it's no longer available, but I linked another option that still has the cowl neck!
     When wearing two flowy/bulky pieces of clothing you can really lose the shape of your body, which for people who aren't model thin can be very unflattering.  So to fix that, I added this adorable double buckle belt that I'm obsessed with and was only $16 at Target.  Toss a cute hat on your head and you're ready to go! 
     How do you use your summer clothes in the winter?

Be Wistful and Wander,
Jacey



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