Today I am talking all about my Winter Wardrobe Staples that are essential and helpful for the cooler winter weather. Plus I share specific brands I shop for when it comes to winter fashion.
Last month I shared My 10 Wardrobe Staples and Why. I actually should have labeled them as my year round wardrobe staples but oh well. Check out that post if you missed it before here. There were such positive responses that I knew I wanted to do a Winter Wardrobe Capsule edition. So this post is rounding up item that are must for me for winter and some specific brands of those items as well.
As a disclaimer, I live in Houston which really doesn’t get much of a … Read more
Today is the first official Work Wear post here on Southern Sophisticated and I’m starting is out by styling a classic floral blouse.
Work Wear Outfits is something that is different for each person. There are plenty of women that work from the home and or stay at home moms. There are work places where jeans are acceptable. There are work places where very traditional blouse and skirt attire is required. The Work Wear posts I plan to do and the … Read more
Happy Monday! Today’s sophisticated style is all about a classic Colorblock Peacot.
These past two months I have gotten several coats. I knew I wanted to invest in several nice coats that I could wear for many seasons to come. I haven’t had a Colorblock Peacoat yet. I was on the hunt for either a black or a grey/white coat. I saw this one and though it was the perfect combo. It isn’t too heavy for our mild Houston winters we have. But at the same time it is warm to throw on over a sweater.
Today I am talking about my recent cozy cardigan purchase plus some other cardigans on my favorite list.
Cardigans are a must for Fall and Winter. I have styled them many times on my blog like my favorite here. This time of the year, I don’t wear them as much because I’m wearing coats and heavier materials for the cooler temperatures. But I wanted a long cozy cardigan that was still warm for mild winter. I say mild because I live in Houston so it’s usually 60’s or higher most of the time. But when it drops, I like to … Read more