2012-01-04

Warmth and Word

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Snood? American Eagle (similar) Jeans? J Brand Lovestory (here) Sweater? Handknit alpaca, thrifted
Purse? Thrifted

Everyone needs a snood in their life. Not only because of their neck warming abilities and general adorableness, but because they are called snoods. And snood is a fun word. That said, I get over words very quickly. Once social media gets a hold of a good word, they like to throw a # in front of it and over use it so much that you want to shut off the internet and enjoy the real world. So, get yourself a snood now because if you get it in 2 months, I will be thoroughly un-enchanted with the word, and you can only call it a faux fur neck warmer. Definitely not as cool sounding as snood. Also, in two months, I am optimistically hoping that winter will be on its way out and the snood won't be a part of my everyday wardrobe...
#snood#snood#snood
Great, I just ruined a nice word in one stupid post.

P.S. Yeah. It just happened, I made a Facebook page for the blog. I am so connected, it scares me... If you wanna 'like' me, I will try to be a positive addition to your Facebook feed...

57 comments :

Marie a la Mode said...

I LOVE your sweater and your #snood.

Bri said...

Snood is a word that continues to crack me up, at the costume place I work at they hair these hair pieces that hold your hair in a net and they call those snoods!

Also love your jumper, I've been looking for a lovely chunky oversized one like that!

Linda said...

ack! Love your jeans...you're such a snooooob. LOL...ah I only found that funny didn't I?

Leigh said...

Love the snood! I have an evergreen fur snood from Ann Taylor LOFT that I need to break out more. And J. Brand Lovestory - soooo worth the money!

www.bmoreloveleigh.blogspot.com

barefootandvintage said...

i want a #snood! oh you look so cozy. ps. when are you going to the sponsorship thingy?? i wanna advertise my shop!

Ginta said...

Snood is a funny name.
I love your sweater. It looks so good!

CessOviedo said...

Love the snood! Just friended you on FB! :)

Cess O. <3 The Outfit Diaries

MONKEYFACE said...

I want you to know that even though I'm not on the Facebook, I did sit in front of your page, make air quotes with my fingers, and say "like." Same goes for you and the snood.

newpetite said...

Thats such a fun and cozy sweater!

Jamie said...

Yay! LIKE!

I used to have a wish list on the side of my blog and a snood was on it. One of my besties was all like "what the heck is a snood?" I unfriended her. Not really. But ohmygawd right?

Bridget said...

Lovin' the snood. ;)

briannelee said...

Love your whole outfit! Those jeans look great on you.

Rebecca Jane said...

Gotta love a snood! They are so cozy.

Also really like your sweater! It looks so comfy and warm

hannahstiff said...

I don't think I've ever heard of a snood. And now I need one. And I need that sweater. Cute post.

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Shug in Boots said...

Thank you for this info. I had no idea what a snood was. Now I do. :)

FutureLint said...

That sweater is beyond adorable! Actually I loathe the word snood (I think because it sounds too much like snooty.)

Nikki | The Ginger Diaries said...

I love snoods :) and I love how you syled it here :) x

Terri said...

You look so chic and cozy! With how cold it's been getting here lately, I'm sorta jealous.
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That Chelsea Girl™ said...

Oooh, your sweater looks all soft & cozy! The color looks good on you, too.

Found you via TxSC, hope to see ya there!

Rachel B said...

I want to know how you know that is a handknit alpaca sweater if you thrifted it.
And I want jeans that fit like yours.

Leah said...

I hate the word "snood". It sounds so gross and ugly...which they definitely are not. I prefer, circle scarf, or infinity scarf...

xo L.

Bronwyn said...

You may have ruined the word 'snood' but on the bright-side, you look fabulous! I want that sweater on my body!

Neris / Fashion Fractions said...

gorgeous look hun! in love with the cozy sweater :)

xoxo,

Fashion Fractions

Jentine said...

Rachel B- it said so on the tag! 'handmade in Peru'

Catherine @ Not Dressed As Lamb said...

I LOVE the colour, fit and bobbles of your sweater, and the jeans look devine on you. I'm also a snood lover (wore them in the 80s a lot, that shows my age!!)

Catherine x
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mythriftedwardrobe said...

Love the color of your sweater and how it matches the railings...

Ani said...

I've never heard of a snood! I think I've heard it referred to as a cowl, but snood is so much better. Love your humor and excited that you're going to be at the Texas Style Council Conference!

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susiemaeday said...

I love knobby sweaters and fun words. Cute!

Christen said...

Snood is absolutely a fun word. But how do you manage to look impossibly chic when it is impossibly cold? It's been in the 20s for two days here and my sweater+pants+scarf combination is simply not up to par. Maybe I'm going wrong with the scarf; maybe I should replace it with a snood. :)

Small Town Fabulous said...

I love your snood! I've never heard that word before, but I'll definitely use it.

I just got almost the exact same snood from Hollister a few days ago!

Please may I? said...

Fab snood and adorable jumper.

x x

Annie said...

You look SUPER cute & comfy. Love the snood. The actual snood, and the word :)

Annie
The Other Side of Gray

Dawn said...

Great sweater!! It looks adorable and very warm.

Ellie (Turquoise and Lime) said...

Ahhh a "snood" is what those are called! I love a good/different name for clothing items. It makes wearing them all the more fun! Your outfit is very cozy!

Turquoise & Lime

Jessica said...

So in love with that snood!! Know if it's still in stores lol?!?

girl in the poodle shoes said...

this looks so cozy, I love the detail in the knitting.
Girl in the Poodle Shoes

LyddieGal said...

I'll be sure and get my hash tags out when I wear my faux fur snood - at some point when it gets cold enough!

Chic on the Cheap

Danielle Celeste Couture said...

YOU look great. I love the sweater. that is not a snood, though. A snood is for the hair usually a net that holds the hair low on the neck. Alot of Orthodox Jews wear them as the hair is considered a God's glory. A snood offers a way for a woman to not show her hair to all men. It is a modesty issue.

.Candy. said...

lovely sweater and a great pair of jeans! you look fab as always!



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myedit said...

Danielle- True. Snood originally refers to a net that holds hair at the back of the neck, and it seems the fashion world has hijacked the word to refer to a close-fitting circular scarf. There are lively debates over the matter...
Also, snood refers to the pendulous skin over a turkey's beak... now I know...:)

Kenya said...

Those jeans look great on you.

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Ninichissima said...

love your purse! I got a similar one, Bally vintage red velour, in order to match a great pair of flat pointy cK shoes (which I've got in NYC and have nothing else to pair with).

Now I am matching everything else with my purse instead hihi

Wholesale Printing said...

Really Appricated Thanks for update. Thanks overnight prints

seekingstyleblog said...

I didn't know what a snood was, so thanks for the information haha Cool purse!

xo Jennifer

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Dress and Dish: Lana said...

Of course that sweater is thrifted, it's just what I am looking for in a sweater. SO GOOD.

Joshua said...

Love the snood! I have an evergreen fur snood from Ann Taylor LOFT that I need to break out more. And J. Brand Lovestory - soooo worth the money! www.bmoreloveleigh.blogspot.com

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Candiceavii said...

I hate the word "snood". It sounds so gross and ugly...which they definitely are not. I prefer, circle scarf, or infinity scarf... xo L.

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