Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Color me baby!

Coat: Old Navy
Shirt: Old Navy
Pants: Express
Shoes: XXOO
Jewelry: Assorted

Please ignore the watery eyes, they tend to do that when I go from warm, heated indoors to cold, unheated outdoors.

I feel so bright and colorful today.  Because if blue, green and leopard print doesn't brighten up a wintery day, I don't know what does.  I love this coat, I was so nervous about going full on leopard, but it's such a dark print, it work.  Plus, the shape reminds me of an offiers coat and I have a thing for military-eqse things. (and pockets.)

So these are now the famous blue Express pants.  After seeing Christine from My Style Pill wear these pants, I got them when they went on sale.  Right after, I saw these pants on no fewer than five women in the Fairbanks area.  I was so surpised to see such a bold look in Fairbanks(On so many people)  I had to ask them about their blue pants.  And everyone started their stories off with "Well, there's this style blogger I read and she was wearing these pants and they were SO cute....."

So there you go.  Every stylin' chick in Fairbanks reads My Style Pill.  I expect to see cool layers and furry vests ladies.

Or at least stop giving me shocked looks when I wear mine.


  1. Great color blocking!

    xo Jennifer

  2. Love that color blocking, and leopard makes everything better!

  3. Omg your outfit is extremely cute! blue and green look beautiful together!

  4. Love this outfit! I saw the leopard and blue and thought they looked great - and then you took off the coat...and the green and blue looks even better :)

    The Other Side of Gray

  5. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I was like, who is this Katie Q blogger living in colder weather than me? I need some winter inspiration and I will follow her! So I am. On to the outfit. This colour combination is such a refreshing change from the usual red or camel with leopard prints. Your pretty accessories (shoes and necklace) round everything out nicely.


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