{ Wearing: Olive & Oak sweater (m.marie); AE hi-rise skinny jeggings; Vince Camuto ‘Colby’ drawstring bag; SIMILAR leather loafers; Via Spiga wool coat (Hautelook) }

In case you’re wondering, that’s not lint on the front of my sweater; it’s sheet moss from a plant I delivered this afternoon (hashtag florist problems).

This morning, C and I left the house before the sun came up to do a downtown walking tour with some folks from city government. It was cold. Teeth-chattering, steam-breathing, can’t-write-the-notes-you’re-supposed-to-take-as-Main-Street-secretary (oops) icy.

By lunch, it was 70 degrees and I burned up in this sweater running deliveries all over town.

Florida, I don’t know what to do with you.

Posted by:Keira Lennox

I'm a small town girl from the sunshine state with an affinity for bookstores, beauty counters and unfussy style. I spend my days running my flower shop, and my nights blogging about what I love and what I wear. (Or watching Netflix and drinking wine.)

13 replies on “#OOTD: Hot and Really Cold

  1. thats hysterical. yesterday vegas was like that too. we couldnt decide if we wanted the windows up or down when driving. it was like musical windows. down felt good for about 6 minutes and then up felt great until a few more minutes went by before the sun started toasting us to which the windows would creep back down again.

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  2. Same thing happened to me in San Francisco, the weather app said it will be cold the whole day but then at 12nn – it was horrifyingly hot! I had to buy an overpriced shirt with San Francisco logo on it as I couldn’t bear the heat. :)

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