Monday, January 25, 2016

This and That..Winterizing A Summer Look!

Summer to Winter Look


Welcome to my wintry world! There's still plenty of snow in my neck of the woods.....literally.....


Here's a picture out my back door. You can see our ruler sticking out of the snow. We've actually had a little melting. Depending on where we measured, we had between 6-12 inches of snow this past weekend. 


I definitely wouldn't be wearing this outfit outside today! There's been a lot of talk in the blogosphere recently about winterizing summer fashion. I like to get as much use out of my clothing as possible, so I thought I would give this winterizing trick a try today. So here's the summer look...a pretty summer dress in a color I love. I've added a matching scarf as a shawl.


And here is the dress "winterized."  I added a black turtleneck for warmth, black leggings and knee high slouch boots. The shawl scarf is now an accent scarf tied around my neck.


I like the feminine look of this winterized fashion! How about you? Do you like to winterize any summer outfits? How snowy is your world? I'd love to hear from you!

I'm linking this post with the Thursday Blog Hop co-hosted  by Katherine of Katherine's Corner. Please visit her blog as well as all of the other great blogs on the Blog Hop! Also linking with the My Refined Style Linkup co-hosted by Shellie at Fab Journey. Please visit Shellie's blog and all of the other co-hosts and links!
Also linking with Not Dressed As A Lamb.

13 comments:

Karen said...

I love that dress! Such a great color. I like how you styled it for both summer & winter, both work beautifully! I am personally rejoicing that the snow missed my area of Ohio!

Karen said...

Forgot to add, I do winterize too. Especially like to layer shirts and sweaters jumper style as you have done.

Debbiethisandthat said...

Thanks,Karen, I do love this color. I call it salmon, but I'm not sure if that's the official color name or not. So glad the Big Snow missed your area in Ohio. I have friends and family in Ohio and went to college there! It's a great state! Thanks for your kind comments about my winterizing!

Andrea Nine said...

Beautiful dress and you did a great job winterizing it!! Pretty as can be!!

Debbiethisandthat said...

Thanks you so much, Andrea! Have a great day!

Irene Papadopoulou said...

love the dress! i really like how you styled it
Irene
www.thedailylace.com

Debbiethisandthat said...

Thank you, Irene. I'm so glad you stopped by!!

Olivia said...

Hi Debbie,
I know quite a bit about winterizing and do a lot that myself. I live in a place that I call Narnia... It's really Alaska, but it sure feels like Narnia. ;-)

Thank you for sharing with us at Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop

Olivia- Co-hostess
Reinvented Collection

Debbiethisandthat said...

Thanks for stopping by the blog, Olivia. I bet it is beautiful where you live! I hope to be able to see Alaska someday!

Jennifer Connolly said...

You did a great job winterizing this dress. Good for you! Thanks for joining us on MY Refined Style.
Cheers,
Jennifer

Shellie Bowdoin said...

Hi Debbie. What a nice shout-out for my blog...that's so sweet of you! I think one of the best things about winterizing a summer look is the color. I can see how that pop of red would brighten up a wintery day.

Thanks for lending your flair to the My Refined Style Linkup. See you again next month!

Shellie
www.thefabjourney.com

Debbiethisandthat said...

My pleasure, Shellie! I enjoy your blog so much!

Dawn Lucy - Fashion Should Be Fun said...

Thanks so much for sharing with My Refined Style link up! Great one dress/ two ways post!

OXOX
Dawn Lucy
http://fashionshouldbefun.blogspot.com