You Know What I Miss? Winter Clothing

The mercury rising and so is my desire to see any resemblance of a snowflake so I can break out of my sweaters.

I honestly do enjoy summer but I find myself in a pickle when it comes to buying sun dresses and sandals. I am always hesitant to spend a bundle on a pair of sandals since I feel like I always destroy them within the first month of wearing them. My biggest summer dressing issue is white jeans! I have yet to see a fabric that is not paper thin and I will always end up reaching for my dark denim instead.

I am very happy to live in the northeast where we have all four seasons but every season brings intense weather and abrupt temperature changes. I have become an expert at layering sweaters and tops to accommodate wacky weather, but am at a loss on how to embrace the “less is more” concept of summertime.

Gone are the days of chunky knits, wool scarves and motorcycle boots. Here are the hot days of chino shorts and tshirts that stick to me the second I walk outside

….I can’t wait till its cold again.

Here are two of my favorite winter outfits that have me wishing for colder days

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Sweater: Vintage

Gray Shirt: J.Crew

Bag: Rebecca Minkoff

Jeans: Adriano Goldschmeid

 

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Jacket: Vintage Alexander McQueen

Clutch: Tory Burch

Black Jeans: Adriano Goldschmeid

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About Media Junkie Jungle

Maddy Murcott is a social media maven, reality tv obsessed, makeup junkie and has been a fan of watching the news since the age of 8. She is currently living the life of a northeast transplant in Colorado.

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