winter floral layers

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it’s the start of the week

It takes a lot out of me to fully understand the concept of layering during winter.
Especially this time of the year when it is crucial. I will freeze myself for the
purpose of wearing something that is more appealing. Looks over functionality doesn’t
help in this weather. And so to carry on my sheath dresses from the spring and summer seasons,
I decided to be more inventive than a simple cardigan atop a dress or a blouse.
 

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a flurry of meetings

It made running around London Bridge from meeting after meeting that much easier
as the brisk wind swept through my hair. London is quite tricky to dress for,
like today was meant to be raining, and in reality you see that the sun was the
most majestic. Truthfully speaking, it doesn’t really matter what I was wearing
or if I was warm or comfortable in it. With a golden hue draping over London, the
view of one of London’s prettiest bridges, people enjoying the day outdoors as
laughter consumed the air. And it is this mood and atmosphere that I was compelled
to layer on brighter hues {with a pinch of floral} against the moodier ones…
 

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dress ann taylor, similar | shirt j. crew | coat mango, similar | heels ann taylor | tights asos | purse ted baker | rings accessorize & tiffany’s | earrings accessorize | nails shock by dior | lips ramblin’ rose by MAC

photographed by Sara Lejon exclusively for chevrons & éclairs

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