february. outfits.

Good things come to those who wait... SO happy I was able to snag this adorable toggle coat by Kling on major sale at a local clothing boutique!
... and then it was March! Even with Leap Year, February literally flew by. With the exception of a little snow and some frigid temps sprinkled in, it's safe to say that winter never really showed up. Not that I'm complaining or anything. While I'm totally gung-ho for spring, I'm admittedly reluctant to leave cold weather behind just yet. I don't know about you, but I'd love to have a few more opportunities to wear my fair isle knits and style some fun layered looks. In the meantime, I've rounded up some of my favorite February #OOTDs for your sartorial pleasure (you can check out last month's roundup here).

Leopard print is a neutral, right? 
Not the most scenic backdrop, but I LOVE wearing pretty pastel hues (like lilac!) during the winter for an instant pop of color. Sadly, I wasn't able to wear this super cozy topper nearly as often as I would've liked.
Am I College Prepster yet? I loved how Carly styled her fair isle sweater from J.Crew so much that I copied it verbatim. Literally. I layered an old ruffled shirt from J.Crew underneath my sweater for a polished, daytime casual look. 
Cricket sweater — where have you been all of my life? #itsbanana
Staving off winter one polka dot at a time. (Pssst: You can still score this nautical striped sweater and this flirty mini skirt on sale.)
A sneak peek at an upcoming rainy day outfit that added instant cheer to my day. Stay tuned!
What's your go-to winter uniform? Let me know in the comments below!

xo,
A

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  1. I am loving your coats!


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    1. Thanks! I hope that I can wear them a few more times before spring!

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  2. your style is SO cute! I feel like you're about to take over my "Ideal Closet" board on pinterest :P
    xo, Ingrid

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    1. Ah! Thanks so much for the sweet comment! :)

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