April has arrived, the weather is still cool and there’s nowhere to go. All my dance classes are canceled. So I thought I’ll put together a collection of what I wore this winter.
Left – skirt from Maggie’s clothing exchange.
Right – Necknots: fabric necklace adds sparkle to my gray and black outfit, looks like jewellery but it’s silky soft. Cardigan is thrifted.
Left – tartan trim on these sleeves brightens up black and white.
Right – thrifted top with a fun print.
Left – top from DressBarn Right – asymmetrical secondhand top
Left – Alchemy, ethical fashion. Right – Leopards and Roses, ethical fashion
Pink was my go-to colour whether I wore a jacket or a coat this winter. Both are non-feather and vegan.
Our getaway in January was not south of the border as I had hoped but it was fun visiting Crystal Beach in Fort Erie for the first time in my life.
Wearing pink, florals, bright colours and lively prints makes winter a little more bearable.
Left – I wore my colourful patchwork skirt for my birthday dinner date.
Right – Pink sweater and floral jeans
I had a chance to wear green for a dance party before all my classes were canceled.
Polka dots liven up the dreary, dull days of winter. I bought fleece-lined leggings in black and burgundy.
Visiting my grandchildren and having the family over for my birthday was the highlight of February, including a tobogganing party.
Life is precious!