Pink tweed dresses are a perennial favorite. The very first dress that I can remember buying was at age 10.
Remarkably the dress that I feature here today is quite similar! !
Trimmed with metallic and grosgrain ribbon, this classic even has pockets !
Now this sheath dress is knitted and is so cozy and soft. Light grey tights are thick and warm for a cold day. I met a friend for lunch at Bergdorf Goodman.
Indeed, it takes a lot to get me up and out in this frigid weather. Dear friends are the only reason I would make such an effort. This particular friend is in fact, quite dear to my heart. Therefore, I do hope to see her soon!
Punctually is a must for me, so I arrived early. While there, I took two snaps which will SNAP you out of the winter doldrums! Ready?
Eye candy dresses that are red carpet ready!
Quite a difference from the pink tweed dresses!
Below another snap of my tweedy number, taken at home by my friend!
Red added a pop of color with my pearl headband.
Crimson red also matched the ribbon trim of the dress and shoes!
See the trim finishing and the fun pointy pumps that I wore that day. After the lunch I relaxed!
Nostalgia hits me whenever I see the cameo vase that was my mother’s!
Pink tweed dresses can pop for Winter!
TIP: Always add accessories, and add them liberally when it is dull outside! The sparkle will lift your mood.
Shopping for pink tweed dresses can be challenging this time of year. However, please do try to scout out this year round color. The pink can be muted with warm peach tones like mine, or bold in vivid Dahlia! For instance, here is a dress that is very well priced from Saks. Pease try to shop local and consider second hand shopping as well. Ebay and Etsy are always good sources.
What color are you gravitating towards this season!
Are you also dealing with very cold weather?
If you are in Chicago, or anywhere else affected by extreme weather, I wish you safety and warmth!
Pink for winter? Yes or no?
Let me know. You know how!
—— XOXO, Elle ——