baby its cold outside {what i wore}

aaannnd it really was.

annnnnnd I was very much having a very pat.yourself.on.the.back moment when I thought to take my sherpa vest {that I scored from Jenn} and layer my very.favorite.second.christmas.present.I.ever.received.from.my.now.husband.classic.red J. crew coat over it.

because I am loving all the exaggerated collars {like this, and this, so cute and on sale.} happening right now and I wanted to participate without having to spend money because, well, yet again, I live in Southern California.  so.

my heart was full this evening.  we were out and about around our town for their sweet little Christmas celebration.  and since I think wedge sneakers are indeed sneakers, if I am going to be walking some {not at a disneyland level of course but some} I reach for these sneaks.  actually they are quite comfortable for wedges.  truly I dig them, whoever first designed these I'm sorry I may have ridiculed them at first but I have completely come around.  

{photos by Angie}

city hall pepper tree lighting

isn't this the coolest picture I captured?  complete luck catching the glowing trail of the rocket.  need an awesome stocking stuffer or gift for little friends, these rockets are so fun.

coat - J. Crew {12yrs old but its this one!  30%off code giftnow!}
vest - Sanctuary, revolveclothing.com
shirt - free people {similar}
jeans - 7fam, Hautelook
shoes - Steve Madden, Nordstrom
lipstick - MAC viva glam and sephora universal lip pencil {also a great stocking stuffer for any lipstick lover, its clear so works under any color and keeps your lipstick from bleeding.}

linking up with pleated poppy for what i wore weds.

"I long, as every human being does, to be at home wherever I find myself."  Maya Angelou

how different this Christmas looks than any other I've had.  it pulls at my heartstrings and there have been a lot of tears, but there have been some tender and wonderful experiences mixed in too.
hope you are finding your home wherever you are this december.  thank you for reading.


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