Here are some more outfits from my winter wardrobe.  I already showed one outfit with my cream skinnies before.

The photos are not great as it is hard to find willing photographers or good locations to photograph.  It was much too cold to photograph outside and I have developed a new admiration for those style bloggers that still continue to do so in freezing weather!

I can’t do it I’m afraid, so I had to settle for the indoors.

This was my fancy optional item from my shopping list. Even though it’s black I couldn’t resist having a bit of fun with this faux leather short dress that I wear as tunic.

I really liked it with my cream skinnies which turned out to be a favorite during my holidays. This has confirmed my belief that winter white is one of the greatest colors to wear in winter. It breaks up the sea of black and feels bright and fresh.


I also wore the faux leather dress with my houndstooth trousers. I love this combination of dressy trousers and a bit more edgy top. The cobalt blue provides the necessary color.

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For a more simple and casual look I also enjoyed wearing the grey trousers with my cream cable knit jumper (not so clear on the pictures). My old cream jacket suited this look too for the outdoors.


As you can tell I wore my buckle ankle booties with everything. I loved wearing them!

Since I’m not used to the cold, I mainly stuck with pants this holiday. But I did take my grey skirt for an outing to a local museum where I had some great pictures taken by Greetje.

Stay tuned for that look as well as Greetje’s tomorrow!

Which winter clothes have you enjoyed wearing this winter?


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