Winter white with a shot of color

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Head-to-toe winter white outfits always have such a clean, elegant look. But on dreary days, I like the little hit of dopamine this bright sweater adds. 😉

Susan B. wears a winter white outfit with an sherpa fleece jacket, orange sweater, off-white jeans, patent leather boots.

I’m wearing a medium in the sweater, 28 in the jeans, and a Small in the jacket. I think this jacket runs a little large, and have an X-Small on order to compare the fit. But I love the style and “sherpa” texture! It hits that sweet spot for me between relaxed and structured.

I love wearing “white” jeans year-round (off-white or cream for me). This style from MOTHER (the “Dazzler”) fits me so well. This is my second pair in this style; you can see the other HERE. They call this color Antique White; to my eye it’s Cream.

We’ve had a nice string of rainstorms the last few weeks (fortunately spared the flooding and high winds that Northern California is seeing). We NEED the rain, so no complaints here. But with so much gray, dreary weather, I need the mood lift that I get from wearing color.

Even though the orange sweater breaks up the winter white, you could still consider this a “column of color” as the jacket is long enough to meet the pants and create that vertical line.

Boots are from gini & albert, a local Los Angeles brand. They’re very comfortable and I’ve been wearing them often when we go out. They’re beautifully made here in L.A.

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