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Perfect Pink Coat: Wardrobe Wednesday (on Thursday)

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Perfect Pink Coat: Wardrobe Wednesday. Do any of you get the winter blues? I hate the cold weather. Ironically, I live in New England and it’s one of the coldest places in the Country January through March. The one year in my life that I lived in California during the winter, was the only time I wasn’t depressed during January through March. Something about the warm sunshine makes life so different! I am starting a new series on the blog called Wardrobe Wednesday (it may end up on another day too, like TODAY!) and it will be my weekly style tips and tricks on what’s currently living in my closet, on my wish list and things I just love. Winter is a very depressing time of year for me and I find that getting out of bed, taking a shower, putting on my face, doing my hair and wearing a cute outfit helps with the winter blues, even if it’s yoga pants and sweatshirt. 

Perfect Pink Coats: Wardrobe Wednesday

Perfect Pink Coat: Wardrobe Wednesday

The Perfect Pink Coat that will make you smile. The Perfect Pink Coat that will make you feel sassy, confident and super cute!  If you are anything like me, wearing heavy winter coats can be cumbersome, uncomfortable and leave you feeling like you can’t move. Don’t get me wrong, I am a believer in winter coats but I can’t stand the feeling of being bundled up and not being able to move. Also, something happens when you turn 40 years old, you are always hot or cold so dressing in layers is key for me. I have provided affiliate links below too in case you like something, just click it and it will take you to the product. 

Perfect Pink Coats: Wardrobe Wednesday

I found this amazing double breasted pink wool winter coat at Nordstrom and it’s on sale! It’s made by Guess and it’s probably one of the nicest coats I have found in a while. It’s heavy but doesn’t make you feel like you are carrying 10 lbs around . It’s fitted yet you can move. Do you know what I mean by you can move? There is nothing worse than a beautiful coat that is uncomfortable and leaves you feeling trapped. 

Perfect Pink Coats 

How to Wear a Winter Pink Coat

Jacket | Boot Cut Jeans | Top (sold out) Similar | Boots 

Light Weight Layers

My body temperature is always off so I love wearing a thin blouse or light weight sweater under my jackets. My coats always fit so much better with something light weight underneath. My son said it best the other day, “mom, I can’t wear this big bulky sweatshirt under my coat, it’s so uncomfortable!” Either he has been listening to his Mamma complain (which is totally possible) or he is on to something ;). 

How to Wear a Winter Pink Coat

Coordinate with Cute Jeans & Boots

I got these boot cut jeans for Christmas and while they are a tad expensive, I will literally wear them for 10 years plus. I am not kidding. If you follow us on instagram, you saw me throw away my most prized pair of jeans that I have owned for over 12 years. They ripped a couple weeks ago in the butt area so far beyond repair, that I had to throw them away. I am not normally a fan of expensive clothing but sometimes, especially when something fits you so good, it’s ok to splurge. Over 10 years, these jeans are less than a penny a week. -ha. 

How to Wear a Winter Pink Coat

Here are a few other perfect pink coats that I think are super cute. 

 


Perfect Pink Coat: Wardrobe Wednesday

Pink Double Breasted Coat (the one I am wearing)

Perfect Pink Coat: Wardrobe Wednesday

Reversible Faux Fur Dusty Rose Pink Coat

Perfect Pink Coat: Wardrobe Wednesday

Petal Pink Down Coat

Perfect Pink Coat: Wardrobe Wednesday

Belted Pink Wool Coat

Perfect Pink Coat: Wardrobe Wednesday

Pink Motto Coat 

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If you don’t follow along on Instagram, be sure to click here to follow. I share daily InstaStories which are more informal daily things that are going on. Pink happens to be one of my favorite colors and I have a pink coat or two….or three that I think are fabulous. You may also like 40’s Weight Gain and Fabulous Outfits featuring a beautiful pink puffer vest and Romantic Navy Lace Two Ways with a fun pair of pink pants! 

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  1. Over the past several months I have started to feel somewhat “coerced” to click over to your posts and if I’m being honest it’s become too blatant. It’s recently happened to another blog I’d always enjoyed reading as well. I realise that it costs you to send emails but I imagine that it works both ways with freebies and product endorsements that you gain along the way. I realise it’s a hard line to tread and the dynamic of your blog has to change in line with the change in living circumstances in that you’re no longer four generations living under one roof but I now feel as if I’m only there as a clicker and not a valued reader.

    If it becomes too expensive then maybe a career change is what’s needed – incidentally I’m not being flippant or rude when I say that.

  2. I prefer more of a personal note with an intro to what the post is about.
    Looking forward to more posts.

  3. I like a personal note, but honestly, if it’s a blog I like, which yours is definitely one of my favorites, I will click over, no matter what. Keep up the good work! You are likeable, and you have good content, so I will definitely continue to read! Continuing to pray for your family – I know the holidays are hard when you’re missing a loved one.

  4. A personal note word for me. I’ve followed your blog for a while now and feel like I know you personally. Your family updates have made me laugh and have made me cry.

  5. Hi-
    Love your content and a personal note is welcome…I love the blog formats that don’t require you to click over or click “Read More Here”. I’m not sure what the reason is to have to click over but when I can open up an email and read the blog right there it is so great. Maybe I’m just lazy!! HA!
    All the best in 2018 to you and your sweet family!

  6. Toni oconnor says:

    I agree with Jeanine. I love reading your blog regardless. You are very sweet and your family is amazing! I’m sorry about your ???? Grandmother and I keep your family in my prayers. Keep up the good work.

  7. We all love the family updates. love your blog . and that’s a beautiful coat, and you made me check the other ones too. even tough I have already 2 pink coats but a girl can never have too many pink coats πŸ˜‰ just started adding fashion posts to my blog recently and I’m so excited about it πŸ™‚ now bye I have to check that long fur coat on the other tab

  8. That is a very cute coat! I like the color too. I always like to click over and see your blog posts, so either a personal note or a snippet about the blog post is fine. I’ll click over no matter what, just because it’s your blog. (sorry, I know that doesn’t help you decide what kind of emails to send)

    1. I agree with Brenda. I honestly don’t have a preference or whether I get a personal note or detail about what the blog post will be about. I enjoy your blog very much and that includes updates about your family, decorating, fashion, etc. I enjoy them all! Thanks for doing a great job with your content! I appreciate that it comes from the heart.

  9. I read any blog post that is in my inbox. Ads I usually delete unless I’m looking for something from that particular place. Every now and then I unsubscribe to blogs if I am no longer interested. I like some of the blogs like Wow Us Wednesdays (savvysouthernstyle) or Thursdays Tablescapes (betweennapsontheporch) that show other bloggers ideas in one place too.

  10. Love the pink coat! Jessica, I love your blog – you have a wonderful way of sharing real life that I have found heartwarming. I would be fine with either personal notes or little snippets, a mix of both might be nice. It is those email messages that prompt me to click over even though I read them in the a.m. and it might be late at night before I am able to get to the blog itself. Tweak as you need to but don’t stop doing what you do so well. I wish you and your family the best in the new year!

  11. Cynthia Spurlock says:

    I live in the deep south so I usually don’t wear coats but this is a coat I might actually buy! I just wanted to let you know that I did go out to Nordstroms web site and considered it. I enjoy reading any of your posts and look forward to seeing what you will write about in the new year.

  12. Jan Steele says:

    I enjoy a more personal note but I read your blog regardless. I always enjoy what you share. I know Christmas has been difficult for your family. I lost my husband a year ago I just move forward a day at a time.
    Thank you for your posts ! They brighten my day always

    1. Jan Steele says:

      I am not certain how all of those words got into my previous post. I am not able to edit it !

    2. So sorry about your husband πŸ™ Holidays are most certainly the hardest time when a family member is missing. Thank you for stopping by and hopefully you are in a warm climate and not being buried by snow like we are today in Mass! πŸ™‚

  13. Whatever works for you. I like “visiting” with you. Having an email, reminds me you have something to share. I think its awesome that you are honest with the up and downs of life, they reflect alot of what I’m going through or have already experienced. Thank you for being so open hearted.

  14. I love the personal feel. I love the pink coats, too hot in Florida to have one.

  15. I agree with both Lesley and Alison. I usually don’t bother to click over to blogs that now ask me to in order to keep reading. I am often using my phone and the time it takes for the site to transfer and update just frustrates me. I have no plans to update my phone (Blackberry) which I love and so will continue not clicking over unless it is something of particular interest (which over the 3 blogs who have recently started doing this is about once every couple of weeks).
    I enjoy your blog and have followed you for over 3 years. Thank you and Happy New Year from New Zealand.

  16. I love your blogs and for a time, my family was also multi-generational. It doesn’t matter what kind of intro you have, I will always read your posts and see how much our families are the same and yet different.

  17. Anonymous says:

    I like the current way you do it’ but I would check either way.

  18. September Ryan says:

    Hi I love reading your blog I must of missed it about your grandmother I’m so sorry big hugs . I like your emails too when I see it’s from you I read them if I have time lol I like when you have personal message in the subj but however you send it is fine with me have a great 2018

  19. Your coat is so gorgeous!! Great choice, looks so flattering!