Rainy Day Fashion: Doesn’t Have to Be A Horror Story

 

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Top: Wildfox Leggings: Nordstrom Rack Boots: Chloe Sunnies: Dolce and Gabbana

It’s hard to believe it’s Spring when the temp is below 75 outside. But alas, this So Cal gal is always ready for a blustery day in the typical SO CAL fashion. Cozy sweater, check. Leggings, check. Chloe boots and fun sunnies to brighten up even the dreariest of days? Check and check.

And fortunately for me I’ve come across some ridiculous after season sales recently to add to my winter wardrobe. It never hurts to prepare for ones fashionable future, right? For example, this fun vegan leather leggings? Only $5! Thank you Nordstrom Rack! And at this point I have enough Wildfox sweaters to wear for a month straight. Talk about a good investment. They work during the winter, spring even for the gym and as pajamas. I’ve mentioned this little formula I apply to investing into pieces in previous blog posts called “cost per wear” and even each of my multitude of sweaters are less than a dollar per wear at this point. Fun fact of Wildfox sweaters that I haven’t shouted to the high heavens about yet is their washable factor. I know some of my fellow Wildfox lovers have expressed frustration over the fact that they fade so quickly. As a person who appreciates a vintage look, this is something I love even more about the label!

But the moral of today’s fashion story is that it is always wise to invest in a rainy day. And unlike the horror of a Monday (or excitement which is sometimes my case as I don’t work a typical Monday-Friday) it doesn’t have to be something to dread when you’re prepared with cozy and chic.

 

 

 

 

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