A Key to the Armoire

Cold weather has finally come to visit us, so we've been experiencing temperatures in the low 40s, which for Floridians, it translates into "freezing" temperatures! Cue in coats and other "winter" clothing to the rescue. The cool thing about wearing winter clothes in Florida when it's cold is that you actually wear them rather than bury them under piles and piles of clothing!

In this outfit, for example, I'm wearing a coat, but underneath, I'm only wearing a silk top, and sure, the linen of the pants is of a thicker quality, but still, it was warm enough for our lovely taste of winter.

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The cold finally came to visit, so we've had temperatures around 7 degrees Celsius, which for us in South Florida translates to being "frozen"! Signal enough so that the coats and other "winter" garments come to the rescue. The good thing about wearing winter clothes in Florida when it's cold is that you really can wear it instead of having to "bury" it under piles and piles of clothing!

In this set, for example, I wear a but underneath I only wear a silk blouse, and yes, the linen of the pants is of a thicker quality, but still kept me warm enough to enjoy this winter break.

There are two things I want to talk about in this set: one is the "garden" of flowers that I wear on the lapels and on the shoulder, and the other is the use of a white purse / purse. Many people shy away from using white in winter unless it is a winter white that is usually more creamy. Actually, I think that wearing something white in winter is refreshing and a bit unexpected, especially when combined with a strong or dark color palette. As for the "garden" ... why did the brooches have to go out of fashion? I find them so versatile! They add color and visual interest when a necklace, for example, would annoy, as in this case, that I wear a scarf. can be grouped in many ways and almost send encrypted messages with them ... frosty flowers on a frosty day ...

  • Adam Floyd