Faux Shearling-Lined Jacket + Wool Baseball Cap

Self confidence is the best outfit, rock it and own it.  

Photo Credit: Jenna Vidal Photography Outfit DetailsGuess Wool Baseball Cap (last seen here) | H&M Coat (shown below; old) | F21 Faux Shearling-Line Jacket | Uniqlo Heat Tech Turtleneck (last seen here) | Asos Petite Ridley Skinny Jeans | Sole Society 'Micah' Ankle Booties  

 This day was just one of those days.  I had a date with my cousin and I woke up just knowing I was experiencing another flare-up.  Which, by the way, is once again eczema but more on that another day.   Instead of letting it ruin my day, I made it work for me.  This hat has saved me on several occasions, mainly bad hair days.  I originally wanted to wear my hair out and curly but since the flare-up was on my forehead, I decided against it.  It was easy to work into my outfit since it practically goes with anything anyway.  I knew when I bought it that I would wear it in more ways than one.  Lucky you, it's still available and now on major sale.  I'm a little jealous that you'll be getting it for almost half the price!  

Just so you know, I froze my behind off while taking these pictures so I hope you know the love is real!  I've been dying to show you guys this faux shearling-lined jacket.  When it comes to jackets, bigger is always better.  I love a good structured jacket but nothing beats that "borrowed from the boys" feel that I get from this boyfriend jacket.  I love the fact that it's oversized but not overwhelming on my small frame.  Can you really go wrong with a black denim jacket?  Don't think so!  The faux shearling collar is a nice touch, too!  The key to pulling off an oversized jacket is to keep the rest of your outfit sleek.  A black turtleneck tucked into blue high-waist jeans and black booties really pulled the look together. The best part of this outfit is how well it transitions into the spring by simply taking off the coat and hat.  

I can't wait to see what you think of this look!  I've been thinking about doing one of those "wear now, wear later" kind of post where I show you how you can transition certain clothing items into the next season.  What do you think?  Let me know in the comments below!