WIW 11/25 Cream, khaki and pink

Does it count as bookending when your lipstick matches your shoes?
Eugenia Kim knit headband, Aubin and Wills cream sweater, Acne skinny khakis, See by Chloe pink wedge sneakers and Anna Del Russo for H&M name necklace.
Sun is low this time of year so light is a bit wonky.

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13 Comments

  • MsMary replied 5 years ago

    I love this! I am not a lover of that style of headbands, but on you they are fantastic! And oh my goodness your "Anna" necklace is so, so fab!!

  • Mo replied 5 years ago

    You look so cuddly soft I'd want to come up and hug you if you passed me in the street! I love this take on winter whites.

  • replied 5 years ago

    You look so beautiful in these soft, creamy colors. I love this look from headband to pink toe!

  • Raisin replied 5 years ago

    Ohhh, what a nice winter white outfit. I love this, it looks so snuggly!

  • RandomThoughts (Andrea) replied 5 years ago

    Snow bunny! Very fun and wintery, Anna

  • Transcona Shannon replied 5 years ago

    Fabulous, soft, pretty, bright, cheery, cozy and Anna! And yes, the pink lipstick counts.

  • Ariadne replied 5 years ago

    So pretty and fashion forward. I want to drive down to Seattle and steal that sweater. I'm so happy you got that necklace--it has YOU written all over it (literally!).

  • Suz replied 5 years ago

    Chuckling about the bookending...I TOTALLY think it counts!

    You look wonderful in these soft tones! What a great outfit.

  • JR replied 5 years ago

    Soft colours make you look absolutely gorgeous! What a winner of an outfit!

  • catgirl replied 5 years ago

    Perfect.

  • rae replied 5 years ago

    Totally counts. Get down, urban snow bunny!

  • shevia replied 5 years ago

    This looks great. I really like both the sweater and the khakis and you look beautiful all in winter white.

  • CocoLion replied 5 years ago

    I love tonal outfits. The way you use texture to make tonal interesting is fantastic. I've been feeling tonal looks for going on a year now, it's become an easy outfit formula that has become almost too minimal along with too matchy on me. You have given me ideas how to keep one of my favorite trends interesting.

    I like your choice of background here, the pastel blue is beautiful combined with the soft colors of your outfit. The lighting looks perfect -- no harsh shadows.

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