Warm Tones

In the winter, I tend to always stick to a dark and almost black outfit. The cold wind chills give me no motivation to add any color whatsoever. 
Don't get me wrong though, there's nothing wrong with sticking to warm tones in the winter time (because I'm terribly afraid of the cold and I just want to be warm). 

{ Burberry camel peacoat (similar) }
Recently, I've been seeing a lot of camel coats on the market and I thought it was the perfect way to break my dark habits. I picked up this coat in the Burberry Outlet in London for such a steal, compared to prices in New York. Sadly, without a direct link to this jacket, I found the perfect alternative from Nordstrom (click here)
I wore a cream colored sweater dress under to keep it cute and simple, and a blue silk scarf for a touch of color. I picked up this dress at a local London boutique and the scarf is a gift from a friend who went to Istanbul for fall break (c/o Areta's Style Secrets). 
To keep things warmer than just a pair of stockings, try adding a pair of knee high socks to keep your legs warm without being too obvious. However, as an alternative, black jeans and a cream sweater will look just as amazing. 
Because I'm in love with the meaning behind a moon crescent (especially after my time in London) and another personal reason, I recently received this pair of necklace from my boyfriend. I'm in love with dainty necklaces and the pairing of these two make the perfect duo. 
For shoes, I wore my trusty ankle booties from Kurt Geiger. They go with everything I wear. They're basically my new go-to shoes and I need to take them to the cobbler soon. They were a little pricey, but worth every penny. You can see how I styled them differently in a previous post - Layering Up

Happy (almost) New Years~


| Burberry camel peacoat (similar ON SALE) |
| Kreme sweater dress (similar) |
| Silk Scarf c/o Areta's Style Secrets |

Photography Credit: Peter Li