Winter White and Camel


Outfit Details

Talbots Coat (on sale!), Old Navy Sweater (old, similar here and here), White Jeans

H&M Flats (old, similar here and love these)

Last weekend I traveled back home for my cousin’s baby shower and was able to spend a lot of time resting and relaxing. Usually when I go home, I schedule a lot of brunches, dinners, and coffee dates to see all my friends and family.  Besides the shower, I hunkered down in my childhood home for much of the weekend, eating and enjoying downtime.


My mom and I went out one morning to one of my favorite coffee shops in the area, Redeye Roasters.  It’s right downtown on the water and is the home of a must-try, the Sea Salted Caramel Latte.  I try to make it a point to venture over to this spot at least once during my visits. It was chilly and windy but it was worth the trek to enjoy this delicious beverage and the beautiful view. Redeye Roasters wasn’t around when I was growing up but my friends and I would always hang out at the Harbor, chatting away in our cars or ready to board a boat!


After living in New England for so long, I am used to laying. You never know what you are going to get – one day it’s 60 degrees, the next day it’s snowing. I got this camel coat from Talbot’s a few years ago and I still love it because not only is it classic, but it’s easy to wear in both warm or cooler conditions. I’ve paired this camel sweater and camel coat together before (seen here) with jeans and brown booties. Neutrals are always an easy look to put together and you can wear this style any season as the color palette is simple to transition.  The ‘only wear white after Memorial Day’ rule is long gone! I would wear whites any day of the year. These white jeans are comfortable and a go-to look for a busy mama. These scallop flats from H&M are also an oldie but goodie and a must for the upcoming spring! The color and style pair well with anything.

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