Cream Pie

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Coat: Vintage, Silk Tank: Nellie Partow, Cardigan (underneath): Vintage, Shorts: Lux, Shoes: Via Spiga

I’ve been keeping warm in this beige vintage coat! It’s not heavy at all, really lightweight wool, perfect for layering. Plus, it’s made in France which is an A+ in my book! And check out the buckles on my new shoes which I love love love. They’ve got that platform I’ve admired in the shoes of Marni and Chloe! Also, I’ve had these tuxedo shorts from Urban Outfitters for aaaaaaages and are still one of my favorite pieces in my wardrobe. These are just a few of my winter staples!

Here you can read my INTERVIEW with Autumn Sij of Corrider40, a really amazing fashion and culture blog based out of St. Louis. Thank you again Autumn for the feature and kind words, I really appreciate it!

Have a great week! Only a few more days till New Years! So exciting 🙂

xoxo, Natalie

161 Responses to Cream Pie

  1. renatah says:

    you are freaking gorgeous! i guess it doesn’t take much to fall in love with you completely.
    and the outfit is epic too!
    hope you’re fine and wishing you great NYE and great start to the new year.
    x

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  2. KATIA says:

    Haha, it’s true, when I see on a label that my garment’s made in france it makes me feel better I love your shirt underneath your jacket, it looks so romantically feminine 🙂

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  3. Luchi*cha says:

    Aww i saw a similar coat in Zara, which almost buy but, considering that im visiting Europe next spring won’t be THAT spring-ty to wear a lightweight piece… Especially in Stockholm!

    I love this look!

    Happy New Year 😀

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  4. DIANA DYE says:

    This sweater meets trench coat love it! The shoes are fabulous I envy you I wish I could magically exchange outfits like right now! And I love the classic feel to the outfit yet its so modern I think is the simplicity of it all no extravagant patterns or colors, stuck in the brown shades so vintage wow! Hands down your blog is so inspiring!

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  5. Sophie says:

    natalie, i seriosuly love everyhting you wear.
    Theres such an edge to everything and wow, you walked an anna sui catwalk? (isnt that what it said in the interview you linked?)
    You have a great future ahead of you i can tell 🙂

    sophie
    xoxo

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  6. Roz says:

    One of my favourite outfits of yours, I think! That is a really gorgeous coat- suits you well and is definitely a piece I could see in my wardrobe 🙂
    The shorts are lovely too, I like how they contrast with the coat.
    And I’ve been doing a lot of designs recently where the heels fo the shoes are very chunky, so naturally I like these ones!
    Great post. Have a happy new year…

    http://clothescamerasandcoffee.blogspot.com/

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  7. Panda says:

    DOUBLE COMMENTING! WOO!
    Wow, gorgeous photos!
    Thanks so much for my lovely comment, && have a brilliant new year!

    Panda xx
    Oh, and i gave you an award on my blog, check it out!

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