Outfit: Winter Wonderland + How I Store My Photos With Amazon #PrimePhotos #FamilyVault #ad

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Even though I love autumn so much, I think I am starting to love the feel of winter too. Although I'm not much on the cold, I love looking out the window to see a snowy wonderland. Snow and cold weather just makes me want to wrap up in a gorgeous vintage outfit. This fun one I ended up finding one day last week was an amazing find because not only was it comfortable but it was warm too!

My dress was a lovely 1940's style turtleneck dress which was perfect for cold weather. And although it was blue, it matched my burgandy 1930's embroidered wool sweater perfectly. I simply added an owl pin and a lovely tichel for a great vintage outfit.

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Outfit Details:

Dress and Cardigan - vintage
Brooch - Kmart
Tichel - Wrapunzel

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