It's the first week of 2016 and I'm starting the year off with a "go BIG or go HOME" attitude, and this outfit is the definition of a woman who is strong, confident, determined and ready to "get sh*t done!"
Winter has officially made its appearance. January is off to a chilly start so layers on top of layers are a must. My cold season strategy is to not bulk up, but rather layer smart. I don't own a down or poofy jacket - I invest in warm fabrications like wool and cashmere. This J. Crew jacket is one such piece. Its structured clean lines are minimal and modern, the long length provides extra coverage, and the deep pockets keep blisters away.
Herringbone is just one of those patterns that has a classic presence, it may be silent at times or trending at others - a big trend for 2015 - but never out of style. I bought this Zara turtle neck jacket on Black Friday, so it was a score. I love when I find a piece and get super excited about all its styling possibilities and this jacket certainly gave me the jitters.
I kept the outfit in a monotone grey on grey - my most worn shade this fall. Layering a turtleneck from Zara under the jacket for added protection around my neck, and pairing denim from Forever21.
One of my "resolution" for 2016 is to do more yoga and mediation. Living in a fast pace city like New York, it's rare that you slow down and balance yourself - it also doesn't help that I'm a gemini whose mind is always going, and who wants to do a million things at once. I received this Chandrah bracelet during the Christmas, and it's the perfect reminder that I need to make more effort to train my mind to be calmer, and more focus, so I can reach my optimal potential.
I finished the look with my Ferragamo aviators, Chanel J12 watch, Tiffany & Co ID bracelet and these killer thigh high boots by Monika Chiang that screams "I mean business!"
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Zara Coat (sold out)
Zara Turtle Neck (similar here)
Forever21 Denim (similar here)
Monika Chiang Boots (sold out)
Chanel J12 Watch
Tiffany & Co ID Bracelet
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