Favorite outfits of October
I hope you all have a great Halloween party. Halloween means October is nearly over. We are heading straight forward into the holiday season. Unbelievable, right?
October’s best OOTM and posts
Well, let do the October recap first. The posts you visited the most were
Two ducks about the cross our street
The posts that received the most likes from you were
Fairbanks celebrates diversity My dance partner and me posing after our Argentine Tango presentation. Photo by Janverne
Dancing in the rain Striped skirt c/o eShakti with own Jeanne Pierre cotton sweater, Hermes collier dechien bangle and leather cuff, DIY statement belt, Anne Klein pumps, pantyhose and Anne Klein polka dot silk scarf
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Alaskan October work outfit and outerwear
Now to the LOTD. I styled a summer dress for fall by “winterizing” it with a cardigan. Since the dress is sort of a fit-and-flare cut, the long cardigan wouldn’t work when worn open. However, its red matches the red in the abstract print. Thus, I made the combination work by knotting the cardi. Extra benefit: The knotted cardi gives the look more shape than an open cardigan would do. For a lean sleek look of the legs I added red tights and red booties.When you are petite wear your tights and shoes in the same color to look taller than you actually are. #styletip #dress4yourshape Click To Tweet
Temperatures were still in the positive double digits. In other words, they were just slightly below the freezing point. Thus, a wool pea coat was sufficient for the commute to work. See, I am not even wearing gloves yet.
Photos: G. Kramm
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