Oh Deer

Sweater: Old Navy
Skirt: Thrifted
Tights: Old Navy
Socks: Old Navy
Boots: old
Belt: Thrifted
Jacket: Thrifted (Old Navy)


As much as I had planned on getting off to a good start on blogging for the year, the time got away from me as I was busy wrapping up my To Do list and packing up once again for my spring semester. Once I got settled back at college it was then off to RA training so I just now sat down to write up a post for these pictures that have been sitting around on my computer. 

Back when we went Black Friday shopping I grabbed this sweater (because....um....the deer print) and of course had to get these matching deer print socks. To be honest, I really just got them so that I could wear them in a post for the blog (sometimes that is how my mind works). However, I don't know about you, but there is just something soooo classic about deer print sweaters and ever since I saw "A Princess For Christmas" with Jules fabulous sweater dress I have always wanted a piece with the same print, so this sweater seemed to fit the bill. 

Nevertheless, while it is currently warm outside the day I ventured out to take these pictures it was the perfect cool and wintery weather. Due to that, I went for a few layers by adding a collard shirt under the sweater, tights along with the boots and socks, and finished off the look with a light adventure ready jacket to keep me warm. 

This ensemble turned out to be one of my favorites that I have put together in awhile, maybe it was because of the sweater, or the button front green corduroy skirt, but whatever the case it felt so right! Sometimes I find pieces that work well together, or certain styles, and those combos are always the ones that make me feel like "ME" and give me an extra boost of confidence, just like this student meets adventurer, meets vintage lover, meets nature enthusiast ensemble!

Do you like deer print sweaters?
Do you have styles that just feel  RIGHT?

-Madison

9 comments

  1. I love the coordinating deer print sweater and socks! I don't have one, but I'm feeling like I definitely want one now... lol

    Putting on an outfit where the style feels just right makes me want to settle in for what's going to be a good day! When the hair, make-up, and outfits just go seamlessly together, it's definitely a boost of confidence and effortless happiness in my book! Though sometimes I feel that about most most comfortable clothes too; ballet buns and leggings all the way! xD

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    1. Thank for your comment Skyeler! I couldn't agree more with the fact that an outfit that makes you feel the most "you" leads to a good day all around.
      -Madison
      www.minniemuseblog.com

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  2. Ahhh I love this so much Madison! That green skirt is just so gorgeous, and I love that you paired the deer patterns together instead of just using one--because honestly, can you ever have too many deer? (obviously you can't). Also, you know I just ADORE Katie McGrath lol. But I really love that this is a look that made you feel like yourself. And that last sentence should probs be on a Pinterest board somewhere! ♥

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    1. Ah, your as sweet as ever! Katie McGrath is always AMAZING (especially in A Princess For Christmas:) Also....one truly can never have to many deer.
      -Madison

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  3. Lovely outfit.
    Marilyn

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  4. What an awesome photo scenery and clothing style. I do love your combination putting it all together looks so perfect! I like layering my clothes and having leggings and boot toppers. It fits me, my comfort zone:) I do like the deer print.I don't have any though, but will be keeping an eye out for it. Enjoyed your post:) Stephanie

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  5. I love this outfit! It's adorable.

    On a different note, I have always really admired your outfit photography. Sometime in the future I would be very grateful if you would write a post on how you do it!

    http://www.timeless-grace.com/

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  6. This is a darling winter look! :D I'm quite into tights with boot socks and booties/short boots this year!

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  7. I love how you styled this sweater, it looks so vintage xo
    www.laurajaneatelier.com

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