Outfit Post: Snow Navajo

10 Dec

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The last month of the year is always the busiest for us somehow, what with all the work and the present shopping and thinking about what to eat (and in the case of Nona: cook;-) for Christmas and New Year, but as we still have a few outfit shoots here, I decided to honour Saturday night fever by posting a new one.

As temperatures are dropping and UGGS are brought out of their hiding place again, let’s do a cozy one today, shall we? Except I prefer Koolaburra nowadays, a very cool brand from California that makes snow and surf sheepskin boots with a lot of trendy details. On the pictures I wear a gray studded pair that can be worn with the shaft up or folded down. I combined the boots with my new black calf leather jogging pants by Joseph (too big, like most of my pants), a black asymmetrical cotton top with blue lurex decorations along the neckline by Boessert-Schorn (check them out, they’re fantastic) and a cotton intarsia cardigan with colourful Navajo designs by US brand Line. I love the cut: short at the back and longer at the front- the only thing missing is pockets!

As FFF visitors seem to love details about the accessories that Nona and I are wearing on our photos, here’s the downlow on my wrist jewelry: gold and titanium ‘Santos’ watch by Cartier, silver bracelet from Bali (wedding present), silver and leather bracelet (forgot the brand’s name; bought online) and a green leather friendship bracelet with tiny beads that Nona bought me in Cahors, France years ago and that refuses to fall off. Maybe I should shower more often ;-)

Have a great weekend!

Love & life,

Ninette

 

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