Outfit: Keep Yourself Warm

Larkspur Vintage | Outfit: Keep Yourself WarmThis winter really has been the mildest one I can remember in a long time – it’s made me a real happy bb – but yesterday was definitely v freezing, and of course it was the day I planned to take these photos. The better part of my brain told me to shoot inside, but of late I really have been enjoying shooting outdoors. I used to be a huge serial indoor shooter (???), but my home still has a lot of work to be done and I’m lacking some pretty essential furniture pieces, so most of what you have seen inside my apartment thus far is pretty much it, which becomes kind of repetitive for photos after awhile (it’s also why I haven’t done an apartment tour, which I know some of you have been asking for). So outdoors I went, and braved the cold to get these shots. I’ve become a little more savvy when it comes to shooting outside in the winter by myself. It may seem like common sense, but the amount of times I forgot to bring gloves was nearing on countless. I now make sure to always bring mitts and then also gloves, so I am able to fiddle with my camera more easily while still remaining somewhat warm. No, you don’t see either of those things in these photos, and while my mitts and gloves are both for practicality and aesthetics, neither quite went with the outfit, so I popped my gloves in my pockets while posing and popped them out in between shots. Other things you often don’t see in my photos is my purse, which I use to focus on while setting up a shot and a scarf, which also gets the nix if it messes with the look. I often wonder if that’s dishonest, to not be photographing all the things I am actually wearing to get from point A to point B, but most of the time the things that don’t appear in the images are the things I would not be wearing if the weather permitted. Scarves, yes, I do actually like scarves, which is why they do often appear in my photos, but gloves, I would never wear a glove, ever, if I had a choice – unless I was trying to achieve a v 50s inspired look, then and only then, would I wear a glove, and those would be evening gloves rather than winter gloves, which serve a totally different purpose. What can I say? I hate even wearing socks, so you can imagine what a glove feels like to me.

What do you guys think? Do you prefer personal style bloggers who give you full practical styling ideas – ie., true winter outfits from head to toe. Or are you okay with filling in the blanks yourself?
Larkspur Vintage | Outfit: Keep Yourself WarmLarkspur Vintage | Outfit: Keep Yourself WarmLarkspur Vintage | Outfit: Keep Yourself WarmLarkspur Vintage | Outfit: Keep Yourself WarmJeans: H&M (similar)
Sweater, blouse: thrifted
Belt, beret: vintage
Coat: vintage via Common Sort
Boots: Samantha Pleet x Wolverine

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9 thoughts on “Outfit: Keep Yourself Warm

  1. Mona says:

    The jacket is so awesome. And beret ❤
    I think it's fine to leave some things to the imagination. If I showed my outfits as they are you would never see my dresses, because they'd be buried under layers and layers of cardis and coats.
    So I'm all for a little cheating ;D
    Much love,
    Mona

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  2. Kimmy says:

    Great outfit!
    And I think my favorite outfit posts are from bloggers that look comfortable in whatever it is they are wearing. I’d probably leave out items that didn’t go with the outfit. But ultimately you style it the way you want. :3

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