Layered

{the Fit} jacket, hat, skinny jeans, booties c/o Target, sweater c/o Riffraff, JCrew plaid scarf (last season), NARS schiap lipstick

My littler brother spent Thanksgiving weekend with the hubs and I so we played a bit of tour guide around the city! I love showing off Chicago and this trip we hopped over to Montrose Harbor, which has the most beautiful skyline view of the city.  The weather has been kind of “wonky” as my husband would say. (Ha, what a nerd.) Anyway… it’s 45 degrees one day and then 7 degrees another, so one way to be ready for anything Mother Nature throws your way is to layer.  I love this cargo jacket as a layering piece with a bulky sweater and hat, plus these booties are the perfect height for feeling like I’m adding something to my lame 5’4, but am still able to walk multiple city blocks without wanting to kill myself.

 We walked around for a bit at Montrose, grabbed some dinner and then later headed to the Lincoln Park Zoo to see the holiday lights. Perfect way to spend my Saturday after chowing down on turkey and stuffing galore. Hope you all had a fabulous Thanksgiving, I don’t want to get all sappy but am seriously thankful for all of you and your continued support reading Style on the Line. As a matter of fact, I started this blog on Thanksgiving weekend exactly two years ago and you all are a huge part of making it become what it has today. You keep me motivated to continue putting on clothes (for shoots, not on a regular basis, not to worry I do continue wearing clothing every day)… but also taking “selfies” (which is now in the dictionary)… and all that other jazz that happens on SOTL. So… thank you! :)
And thanks to my little brother Hunter for snapping these pics!
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