I am staying at my boyfriend's tonight to avoid having to travel home in this weather, and we were planning on going to one of our favorite restaurants (Harvest Bistro in Closter, NJ - if you're ever nearby seriously go, but be warned that there is only valet parking in case you're similar to me in having mild Asperger's/severe social awkwardness and really just fucking hate having to valet your damn car) but it's looking like maybe it will be a pick up Thai food and cuddle in bed watching anything and everything starring Idris Elba on Netflix kind of night.
The other day I got this watch in the mail and opened it up and tried it on and asked my mom what she thought. She gave me a weird look and said, "you ordered it?" and I took that to mean that she wasn't feeling it but later figured out that she had bought it for me for Christmas so now she has to go back and figure something else out. It should have been a sign when I went back on to the Neiman Marcus website and it said it was out of stock! My favorite two-tone watch is being repaired and this helped me realize there was a hole in my watch collection. I've been wanting a big gold one forever but found the all gold ones to be a little too gaudy, so I like the navy accents on this one that help tone it down and give it some more masculine features. I tried to match it almost exactly with my clothes today, I think I came pretty close.
Watch: Michael Kors Everest ... not sure if it is men's or women's but I am into it
Sweater: Theory // Pants: 3.1 Phillip Lim // Shoes: Tory Burch
Belt: Tommy Hilfiger
Coat: Burberry Brit // Bag: Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM
Flats in the snow are really no good. What do fellow working women wear in to work when it's snowing? I almost slipped and fell just on the walk from my car to the door this morning, but I didn't think to bring my Sorel snow boots with me. Are there cuter weather friendly alternatives?