What I Wore: Independence Bowl

I hope everyone has been having a great holiday season! I’ve been driving back and forth to my hometown and busy doing other fun, holiday activities, and my poor little blog has been in the back of my mind.

With today being the last day of 2010 and with all these college football bowl games on, I was trying to think of a quick post I could do to keep my blog from starving to death. So here it is — What I Wore to the Independence Bowl!

Earlier this week the bowl game was in Shreveport… and while I don’t know much about the Air Force or Georgia Tech, tailgating was certainly fun. I was so excited that morning because it was “cold” (about 45 degrees! woohoo!), and I could finally wear one of my favorite coats that I’ve only been able to wear in NY earlier this month. But of course it warmed up that day, and I had a spare poncho/cape in the truck.

I’ve never done an outfit post before (and I didn’t really plan it), so these are just random pictures taken throughout the day. All outfit information is below….

I featured this Decree coat a while back in a teal post. I bought mine from JCPenney. It’s also at Modcloth for $117, but the one from JCP is only $72! The boots are Hannah from Stage with a red zipper in the back… Target has very similar ones.

I got the scarf, gloves and matching ear muffs for Christmas from a boutique called Salt & Pepper in West Monroe, La. The coat has a purple lining in it, so I wore a long-sleeve purple shirt under it. I believe it came from Forever 21… like years ago.

The poncho (even though it’s hard to tell) below is from New York & Co. According to their site, it’s now only $6?!?

That’s all for now. Have a great New Years Eve!

4 Responses to “What I Wore: Independence Bowl”

  1. Kathryn says:

    Your teal coat is gorgeous!

  2. Christy L. says:

    Your outfit is so casual yet stylish. It’s been so nasty in New Orleans, today was disgustingly muggy and in the 70s.

  3. Thanks y’all! It was definitely a blue jean day.

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