The Sol Compass

by Caitlin Hummer

Pink Marshmallow

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Living in New England, sometimes we’re forced to give up flattering outfits in favor of functional ones in order to not freeze.  On the days that it’s unbearably freezing, or I’m going to be outside for a long period of time, I usually try to wear bright, vibrant colors to counteract the shapelessness of winter parkas.  I love how affordable these fun colored boots from Target are- they make for a great addition to spice up your snow wardrobe!

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Outfit Details – Parka: Tommy Hilfiger | Jeans: Lucky Brand | Boots: Target | Scarf: LOFT | Belt: Lucky Brand | Earrings: Banana Republic (old, similar here) | Purse: Kate Spade

Thanks for stopping by! Happy Hump Day!

xo, C

(Speaking of Hump Day, I am a huge advocate of Hump Day and frequently document so on my snapchat.  Follow along @ chummer17!)

8 thoughts on “Pink Marshmallow

  1. cute boots. I hope you’re ready for the storm we’re expecting in New England this weekend. You’re definitely dressed for it!

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  2. Hey! Your look is seriously cute as well as functional! Loving the touch of pink on the boots.

    x Diana

    http://www.thecolecollection.com

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  3. The title of this post is so cute hahah! I love it! That coat is so warm and cozy. The deep pink is a beautiful colour too.

    https://forsevenseasons.wordpress.com

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  4. I seriously live in my puffer coat this time of year!

    Mary Kate
    http://www.mynewchicgolife.com

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  5. I just found your blog- you are adorable! i love this look, it seems so warm and chic too!
    Xo, Tara

    http://brunette-ambitions.com

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  6. I totally get sacrificing fashion for comfort! The weather can be horrendous during Chicago winters. But I love those boots! They are cute and practical which is a necessity this time of year.

    Christina
    A Sentimental Adventure

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