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Simply Gorgeous

So…I went to New York City for Thanksgiving. During one of our marathon walks we found an amazing Holiday Market in Union Square. I wasn’t really looking for anything – and we all know that’s usually when I find some of the coolest things. I wandered by this little booth and was immediately drawn to this vest. It didn’t look like much on the hangar, but it was so incredibly soft and snuggly (yes, snuggly) I couldn’t resist trying it on. And once I did, I was hooked. I knew it had to be mine. I admit it was a little pricier than I normally go for, but seriously – I couldn’t resist. And I know I will wear it a lot (A LOT). It was perfect for today when I didn’t really need a coat, but just a layer over my sweater. I felt so glamorous all day – even though I was just running errands for work and going to the grocery store. Not bad. Not bad at all.

Have a lovely day!

What I wore:
Mossimo Blue Sweater: Target
Fleece hooded vest: Nanako Clothes (
Jordache denim leggings: Walmart
Black leather boots: White House/Black Market
Scarf: Ross

Frugally yours,


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