Every Cloud has a Silver Lining

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img_5837Sorry for going radio silent. This month took off like a (silver) bullet, and it’s been a struggle to keep up. I have 3 TV/Digital Shoots/Edits in January alone. All super exciting projects that you can see starting in February. Of course, when you’re a freelance Creative busy is what it’s all about. But it’s made my own blog shoots just about impossible.

Due to bad weather/interior location this outfit was hovering in the “maybe” folder, but I’ve decided to let it shine. And that all starts with this silver slip dress in a cool, distressed dye effect. Because Winter temps are here now, I’ve layered a long-sleeved, black Uniqlo HeatTech tee underneath. (Come Spring/Summer, it will look great layered over a black or white tee.) On my feet? These sleek, silvery slip-on booties. Love the unexpected circular stacked heel that makes them both unique and a super walkable daytime option. Jacket-wise I like the contrast of “tender” slip dress and “tough” Moto. This YSL one was “shoot loot” I was lucky enough to score a few years back, but there are endless options out there. And every wardrobe needs one. Topping it off? A black wool felt fedora.

Dress: (Zara, old) but like this one and this (short) one

Moto Jacket: (YSL, old) but super designer here and super affordable here

Booties: (Zara, old but selling on ebay!) Great alternatives here and here

Hat: (Biltmore x Madewell, old) but similar here (0n sale!)  and here

All photos by Lydia Filosa and MP Allegaert on iPhone 6.

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