What I’m Wearing:
Sweater: Rent the Runway / Top: J.Crew (under $50) / Pants: J.Crew / Socks: L.L. Bean / Shoes: L.L. Bean
Purse: Longchamp, sold out (similar) / Earrings: J.Crew (on sale and under $50!) / Ring: BaubleBar / Nail Color: Ciaté
Hello, 2016! I’m back from Colorado (where my duck boots above came in very handy) and am so so excited for all of the fun to come this year (particularly the recipes – I spent yesterday cooking up a storm!).
I rung in the new year with family and friends in the mountains at my friends’ annual party and followed the evening shenanigans with a day at the spa (perfect for getting over that champagne headache). My friends and I did a leisurely lunch at Spago, spent a few hours horizontal in the grotto of the spa (jacuzzi = my jam), and then I seriously got the sh*t pummeled out of me (in a good way) by a masseuse who more-than-slightly resembles Mr. Clean. Seriously. I bruise easily and it looks like I got into a fight with a gorilla.
Like… I have bruises in my armpits. What?
So back to the point of this post: duck boots. Duck boots are a must-have in any wintery climate. I’ve had this pair (they’re the 6″ boots) for a few years and, before that, I had a pair of the mocs to get me through the tundra disaster that was my college experience in Ithaca. I love duck boots because they’re crazy durable and super crazy comfortable. They also run super big so I recommend sizing down – especially if you’re in between sizes. However, while L.L. Bean recommends sizing down 1-2 sizes, I definitely recommend only sizing down 1 size (to save room for those cozy camp socks!).
I hope y’all are having a wonderful Monday thus far and had the happiest of New Years!