Fringe accessories, sweaters and snowfall

fringe accessoriesFringe accessories and wool sweaters

After sharing this sweater inspiration earlier this week, here’s my new go-to look for winter: warm, patterned sweater knits and fringe accessories.

White ChristmasDon’t mind those random streaks in the photos–that’s just snow! It was pelting me and threatening my camera as I documented this outfit. It was invigorating in a way (hashtag: Minnesotan).

Fringe detailsThis beaded fringe purse first appeared on my New Year’s style guide. I fell in love with it a little bit because it reminded me of a little bag I got for a birthday present as a really little girl. So a little birthday party nostalgia coupled with admiration for this gorgeous hand beading made this bag a keeper.

HeadbandNothing is better in winter than a stylish knit headband. This one is not only warming but heart warming too since it’s from Headbands of Hope, an organization that donates a headband to a child undergoing cancer treatment for every item sold.

fair isle and fringeDetails on this outfit & fringe accessories:

Boots: Minnetonka Moccasin Purse: Bindy (Similar)  Headband: Headbands of Hope Sweater: Vineyard Vines (Similar For Men. For Women, see this post.)

Now featured on the #MMLinkUp Begin Again

4 Comments on Fringe accessories, sweaters and snowfall

    • admin
      January 12, 2015 at 8:05 pm (6 years ago)

      Thanks for hosting the link up! It’s one of the first link ups I’ve done. It’s fun!

  1. Laura Leigh
    January 12, 2015 at 6:40 pm (6 years ago)

    Gal you are too cute! Perfect background with that tree and snow, love it. Thank you for joining the link up today!!

    xo Laura Leigh


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