Unseasonably Warm

Zara Trench coat (Zara); Zara v-neck sweater (Zara); Levis jeans (similar at Urban Outfitters); Nona E. Rose custom leather belt; Indian made scarf (Artists & Fleas Market); Coach carry-all bag; Bloch jazz shoes (Gilt Groupe); House of Harlow 1960 sunnies (Crush Boutique, Boston) Marina Pecoraro skull and rope bracelet (Artists & Fleas Market), all other jewelry, vintage.

I’m never quite sure what to wear when it’s 70 degrees in New York in late November. Though, I know I can’t go wrong with a classic trench coat, like this super affordable yet well made one from Zara. Throw that over a sweater and jeans mixed with a pair of flat oxfords and I’m prepared if the temperature rises or drops 20 degrees.

To complete this classic look, I love this easy classic hair style that I always see hair stylists on photo shoots whipping together. For once, it really is as easy as it looks…

Pull hair back into a low pony tail and secure with a thin band that matches your hair color. Take a small section of hair from that and wrap around the band a few times.

Secure the ends with a bobby pin also matching your hair color.

Good to go—whether it’s spring in the fall or winter next week or even next year.

xo DA

About Dear Andi

Dear Andi is the "Dear Abby" of Fashion + Beauty With Advice From NYC Fashion Stylist, Liz Teich

3 Thoughts on “Unseasonably Warm

  1. I enjoy you style combinations. Today’s is great – casual yet chic. Thumbs up…can I suggest you have a look at the below jacket … I think it would fit your look for today.

  2. Love this look! Can’t wait to post it on the Nona E Rose Tumblr page!

  3. Love the look. Great scarf, hairstyle, and affordability!

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