So it is January….the month of nothing special but COLD and SNOW for NE,WI! SOO I decided to cheer you up with some fun winter coat and scarf combinations!!!!!
NOTE: I am wearing my Forever 21 $10.50 cheapy jeans in every picture:)
Gray Trench Peacoat: Loft. This is my favorite coat ever. I love the brown wood buttons, the collar on top, and the belt around the waist!
Scarf: Forever 21 for $10.50…. This plum really compliments the light gray color of the coat!
Boots: Franco Sarto from Marshalls
Cable Knit Hat: J.Crew
Puffy Jacket: North Face
Red Knit Scarf: Express
A Black puffy jacket goes great with a bright scarf. I picked this bright cheery red scarf ( I also love wearing this scarf around the Holidays!!)
Boots: By Khombu at Marshalls
Oatmeal Knit Button Hat: Target
Every girl should own a pink coat!
Pink Peacoat: American Eagle
Striped Knit Scarf: Ruehl (Is Ruehl still around anymore?) I love the striped scarf with the feminine peacoat…it makes it super preppy looking!!
Flower Knit Headband: Forever 21
A fun colored coat with ruffles is also a must in every girl’s coat collection!!
Mustard Coat: Forever 21…Its a fun color so you don’t need to invest a large amount of money into it!!!
Mustard and gray is the BEST combo! It is one of my favorite color combinations!!
Scarf: Forever 21? I think I can’t remember it was a gift from Christmas last year!
Taupe Suede Boots: I don’t know haha Somewhere in Woodfield Mall in IL?
Sorry, Those items were not helpful haha
Charcoal Gray Peacoat: J.Crew. Its a must to have a basic peacoat like this…and it you know its almost a necessity I suggest investing in it! I have had this for years and years!! Money well spent!!
This is a great preppy classic style…and will NEVER get old!!! 🙂
Burberry INSPIRED Scarf: Tjmaxx for $7.99
Burgundy Hat: Forever 21
Black Riding Boots: Forever 21
Hopefully this inspired you to mix up your coat and scarf combos!!!
Thanks so much for visiting my blog!!!!
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