Style My Closet January, Week 3

One week closer to the end of my month of no shopping! Week Three was awfully cold… and I just about froze taking some of the pictures! Let’s hope things warm up for the last ten days or so (hey, a girl can dream, right?!?)

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Friday, January 15th (inspired by Bows & Sequins): Coat: Andrew Marc via Nordstrom (old, similar at J.Crew, similar with faux fur collar) Top: Anthropologie Jeans: J Brand Shoes: Tory Burch Purse: Kate Spade (prior season, similar here) Gloves: Kate Spade

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Saturday, January 16th: Top: J.Crew Skirt: J.Crew (past season, similar at J.Crew Factory) Tights: Target Shoes: J.Crew Purse: Elizabeth and James Necklace: Kyle Cavan (previously seen here) Bracelets: Kyle Cavan, Ann Taylor


Sunday, January 17th: Sweater: Loft Hat: Old Navy (previously seen here, similar here and here) Lips: Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment in Berry Necklace: Urban Gem via Rocksbox (obsessed with this one! Get your first month free with code bostonchicpartyxoxo)

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Monday, January 18th: Sweater: J.Crew (prior season, similar color) Pants: Banana Republic Shoes: Tory Burch Purse: Kate Spade (color no longer available, available in polka dot pattern) Scarf: Burberry (stolen from MJD :)) Necklace: BaubleBar Bracelet: Kendra Scott via Rocksbox

IMG_8204Tuesday, January 19th: Top: Ann Taylor (prior season, similar at Loft) Pants: J.Crew Scarf: Primark (similar here and here) Shoes: Tory Burch Bracelets: Waterford, Ann Taylor (old, similar here), BaubleBar

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Wednesday, January 20th: Sweater: Ann Taylor Top: Ann Taylor Pants: Loft Belt: J.Crew (prior season, similar at Banana Republic) Shoes: Tory Burch Bag: Kate Spade Bracelets: J.Crew, J.Crew

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Thursday, January 21st: Dress: Ann Taylor (previously seen here) Scarf: Nordstrom Boots: Frye TightsSpanx Bracelets: Loft, David Yurman, Hermes

21 days down, but who’s counting 😉 ? Some tips from week 3 of Style My Closet January…

  1. Don’t be afraid to go monochromatic… See Friday, Monday and Thursday outfits for examples. Monochromatic looks are chic, easy to pull together and I think very classic.
  2. Or be afraid to mix patterns!  Tuesday and Wednesday are perfect examples of that. I shied away from mixing patterns for a while, but once you do it a few times, it comes a lot more naturally. Check out Pinterest or blogs for inspiration, like this, this and this and then recreate!
  3. Find the pieces in your closet that can do double duty. The chambray shirt for example- it pairs just as well with a skirt in this week’s outfit as it did as a layering piece under a sweater during Week 1. Check out this post on Glitter Guide for more ideas on wearing your chambray (or similar style button ups!)

xoxo, Jenna

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  1. January 22, 2016 / 9:17 am

    Loving these outfits… again! You’ve got such classy looking clothes and I like seeing how you pair stuff together. So great to finally meet you last night- can’t wait to meet up again! Happy Friday xo

    • January 22, 2016 / 9:41 am

      Thanks Monique! Last night was a blast- thanks for organizing! So nice to meet you and hope to see you soon! Have a great weekend, xoxo

  2. healthyhappierbear
    January 22, 2016 / 11:38 am

    You’re rocking these looks! Love it!

    • January 22, 2016 / 12:19 pm

      Thanks Morgan! It’s been fun and a good thing to do… but I am kind of ready for January to end so I can shop! 🙂
      Have a great weekend, girl!

  3. January 22, 2016 / 3:26 pm

    You always look so put together!

  4. January 22, 2016 / 4:22 pm

    that second look is my favorite! i applaud you for braving the cold in those tory burches to get in these good shots!

  5. Kimberley
    January 25, 2016 / 6:18 am

    Love how you say its ok to mix patterns – theres nothing we love more than a little plaid and leopard! Have a great week! xx

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