Once upon a December

If you celebrate Christmas, I hope you’re enjoying the day after Christmas!

I was recently inspired by Liz from 26 and Counting and her recent post highlighting outfits from last December. I looked through my archives from the past three winters, and these three were all posted on the same day (December 17th) the past three years. I love that even the color scheme for these outfit posts is similar!

Librarian for Life + Style | December retrospective

December 2012:

Librarian for Life + Style | December 2012

I would totally still wear this. Cozy layers in winter? Yes, please! I still have the brown ribbed tights, argyle sweater, russet scarf, and tan overcoat lined in animal print. I have replaced two of the items worn above in December 2012:  the grey dress, worn as a skirt underneath the argyle sweater (see my new grey dress here), and my beloved bronze flats (see my replacement pair here).

I have also replaced my glasses! It’s so strange seeing myself in a previous set of frames.

December 2013:

Librarian for Life + Style | December 2013

Hah! One more holiday-themed outfit for the day after Christmas — perfect timing! 😉 I still have every piece from this outfit:  cognac riding boots, Christmas t-shirt, tan blazer, redyed burgundy ankle pants, cloisonné earrings, and antler brooch.

December 2014:

Librarian for Life + Style | December 2014

And OF COURSE I would rewear this recent outfit. 😉 I am confident I will still be wearing this plaid swing coat for years to come!

Has my style changed that much over the past three winters? No, not really. And perhaps that’s not much a surprise given my preference for more classic pieces. I enjoyed putting together this mini-retrospective. Hope y’all did, too!

LInkups:  Fashion Friday

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  1. Pingback: Once upon a November: One day, five years, six outfits | Librarian for Life and Style

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