Sweater: J Crew, Skirt: BCBG Max Azria, Earrings: H&M, Necklace & Rings: Cache, Bracelets: Charlotte Russe, Clutch: Vintage, Shoes: B Brian Atwood
Photos by: Emma K Studio

Today’s look is comfort meets glamour. I’m sure you’ve noticed that I have been away from the blogosphere for a few days and you’ll have to forgive me. I have been battling a not so pretty cold, but today I decided to brave the elements, and plus, getting all dressed up always makes me feel better. I paired a cozy sweater with a gorgeous green maxi skirt, and my most impractical heels. When I first laid eyes on these gorgeous purple shoes I knew that they needed a spot in my closet. Although they aren’t practical, or versatile, which is often one of my criteria when shopping, I purchased them anyways because I find them to be like a work of art.

Do you have any impractical wardrobe pieces that you just had to have? Thanks so much for reading!

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  1. I just discovered your blog. Your style is amazing. Love this outfit!
    The green and blue are a perfect combo!

  2. That skirt is slightly impractical but soooo gorgeous, how could you not?! I do this sometimes…like crazy printed pants that I never end up wearing, impractical heels that I never find a place to wear them to, etc. But it's all in fun, as fashion should be!

    -Brittany of @suburbchicblog

  3. Thank you, lady! It's an inexpensive dollar store lipstick! The brand is "Black Radiance" color 5014 and I put Smashbox clear gloss over top!

  4. "This combination of color, and dream, and line is by far the best compliment to you, your style, and the type of beauty you embody and wed so well with the clothes you pick. The play with sophistication and the little girl dreaming is maturing with each sunrise. Keep the little girl, and the woman alive and in color throughout your years. I love and applaud your spirit. There is a need to place more of you in the world, Ms. Keene." – Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories

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