February 11th, 2010

Let it snow!

I love my new mink sweatshirt from Pologeorgis and wear it everywhere.  Nick Pologeorgis and Jenny Roberts were very patient with me as I debated a poncho vs. a sweatshirt. The poncho is easy, you just slip it over your head, however, the sweatshirt is shorter and thus a better length on me. I have even mastered zipping it up the back without help. I know we are all dreaming of sandals and summer dresses but, it’s still winter and here in the Northeast we have masses of snow. At least I feel chic as I contemplate shoveling the walk…

Pologeorgis Furs is located in New York City at 143 West 29th Street, 8th Floor or call 212.563.2250.

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CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC

Bi-colour metal sunglasses

MADELEINE THOMPSON

Chiara color-block cashmere poncho

PROTAGONIST

Pleated satin-crepe top

CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC

His-rise straight-leg jeans

TIBI

Harper crushed-velvet boots

MADELEINE THOMPSON

Cable-knit wool and cashmere-blend cardigan

MADELEINE THOMPSON

Charlotte ribbed wool and cashmere-blend turtleneck poncho

BLAZÉ MILANO

Resolute Everyday wool-crepe blazer

SAINT LAURENT

Bellchasse medium leather and suede shoulder bag

VICTORIA BECKHAM

Crepe blouse

VERONICA BEARD

Camp cotton-blend twill jacket

AQUAZZURA

Marrakech studded embroidered suede point-toe flats

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  • Great shot – where did you get that cute hat?

    MichaelFebruary 11th, 2010  7:50 AM

     
  • Can’t wait to convert my stole!

    CarolineFebruary 11th, 2010  8:42 AM

     
  • Going to get one today when I hit the city!
    Love the blog! Congrats.

    sariFebruary 12th, 2010  4:49 AM

     
  • yes, the mink sweatshirt is great but, I love the head gear. covet. is that some sort of cashmere bandana? never too soon to store up on cashmere…must know more!

    agnesMarch 18th, 2010  1:42 AM

     

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