Bundled Up in Winter Layers on a Very Cold Fall Day.

As I mentioned earlier last week, we already had a super cold week here in Michigan with 9 to 15 inches of snow and temperatures in the teens, single digits and even below zero. So much so that the kids had a snow day and for a lot of school districts it was during parent-teacher conferences day. Vivi and I spent that day bundled up inside, watching movies, doing homework, cooking and spending quality time together. But on my actual parent-teacher conference day I decided it to make it a Mommy+Daughter Day spent entirely with my daughter. So after the appointment with her first-grade teacher which went very very well, we made the most of our day by having lunch at one of mommy's favorite local restaurants which has my favorite salad (it is less than a mile away from Viv's school), then we went to watch a movie complete with popcorn during and candy afterwards. These cozy, day-off Bundled Up Looks are from the day we spent together after meeting with her teacher. Speaking of movies, Vivian is super excited for "Frozen 2" which opens this Thursday night nation-wide. Her adorable Elsa+Anna Beanie would be perfect to wear during the movie premiere, too.


But it is still Fall let's not forget, even-though it feels very much like Winter. Clearly the pumpkins covered with snow bring both seasons together: Autumn and Winter, the beauty of mother nature. For this cold 30 degree Fall day, Vivian and I definitely bundled up in lots of layers and kept our heads warm with cute beanies. Viv always rocks her prints and she paired her navy star-print leggings with a beige+pink fair aisle sweater dress, her heart-print adorable puffer coat and the lavender "FROZEN" beanie. I, on the other hand wore my casual sherpa jacket/coat I purchased last year from Abercrombie which I wear a lot and love. It mixed so well with my deep burgundy/wine/oxblood very well-made corduroy pants by White House Black Market which I have had for years. My Olive green crossbody bag matched my Olive faux suede booties (though they are a little darker shade). My top is a plan cotton long-sleeve t-shirt paired with a neutral/oatmeal/tan opened cardigan on top. I added a pop of color to the tops with that long turquoise tasseled necklace. But my favorite bright items were that hot pink fair aisle beanie I have had for years (possibly my favorite beanie) matched well with those blush pink sunglasses. And I was having such a great hair day I must say!

Shop Our Outfits below:

Also, make sure to join this week's style linkup (link below). There will be a very special post on Thursday featuring my stylish Midwestern friend LAURA from I Do deClaire and her daughter. Vivian and I will be back with our cute Thanksgiving Outfits alongside Laura and her daughter. Please stay tuned. =)

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  1. You guys sure did get hard with snow last week. You look so cute all bundled up.


  2. Such cost and cute outfits! It's so strange seeing it so cold for you when it's so hot and smokey here!


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  4. Love the color of this cozy chic look Ada! Thanks for the link up.


  5. You look so cute and cozy. Ada! I love these colors on you! Looking forward to having you co-host with me tomorrow, my friend.



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