Mike & Chris Black Leather Zip Up Hoodie Jacket - Snagged off HauteLook
Inhabit Gray Cashmere Long Sleeve V-neck Sweater - Snagged off Gilt Group
Young, Fabulous & Broke White Silk Chiffon Button Down Ruffle Tunic - Snagged at Boogie's in Aspen, Colorado
Alice + Olivia Black Velvet Leggings - Snagged off Shopbop
Yves Saint Laurent Leopard Print Ankle Boots - Snagged off Net-A-Porter
Long Pink Freshwater Pearl Necklace (wrapped around twice) - Gift from Boyfriend
Jimmy Choo Martha Clutch (zipped) in Gold - Gift from Boyfriend
Wind - Gift from North Dakota
These photos were taken at the Denver Design Center. Although they are closed on Sundays, it was fun to do some window shopping. I love going into all the different shops in the Design Center and checking out the cool furniture. My favorite furniture brand would probably be Century Furniture. I bought my dresser from there and it is the best dresser I have ever met in my life. You can see it on my Velvet Baroness post a few pages back. Huge, long drawers, a great shape, and a beautiful finish are all I need. They also have this studded chest I am in absolute lust over. I swear if you took a photo next to the chest while wearing the Miu Miu studded boots, it would be like a match made in heaven. I am hoping to add the studded chest to our household soon.
It was really windy and cold when we took these photos so I am glad some of them turned out well. I was trying my best, but my hair was really getting whipped around. After we finished taking the photos, we headed down to Cherry Creek for some sushi. We actually went to two other sushi places in other areas of town that were closed before finally finding one that was open at around 2:30 in the afternoon. I have to say that I love the pairing of these velvet leggings and the leopard print ankle boots. I find myself drawn to summer items like the tunic I wore underneath the sweater. I have been trying to winterize a lot of my summer pieces and I like the idea of layering v-neck sweaters over ruffly tunics, especially when the fabrics are so at odds with each other.