Wearing: When a Blanket Poncho is not a Blanket
poncho: aerie, jeans: j.crew, tunic: f21 (previously worn here), boots: lucky brand
When you post an outfit, it's hard not to talk about the weather. But can we just talk about the weather for a minute here? What is up with November?! Today I am running the air conditioning because it's almost 80 degrees. You know I am a summer loving girl but there is a time and a place for these temperatures and that's any time between May and mid-October. I already switched over my clothes from summer to winter, a necessary task thanks to apartment living. I'm not sure how much more wacky weather changes I can handle, thought rumor has it that we'll only hit the low 60s tomorrow. Sheesh.
Thank you for letting me rant about the weather. While I get all aggravated that mother nature is not following my notions about weather patterns, I still have to deal with it. Which is why I am bowing down to the magic of the blanket poncho. When a blanket is not a blanket it has to be this perfect fall transition blanket poncho. You might refer to it as a cape or straight up poncho but whatever it is, this is the best. My navy poncho is just warm enough to throw on for a crisp fall day and doesn't make me sweat. So whatever you want to call it, blanket poncho, cape, blanket poncho cape, you should definitely add it to your fall shopping list.