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Guest Post: A (Cold) Day At The Park

For our third day of celebrating local talents we welcome Jen of Glitterary Girl, She’s here to show us a super cute outfit to help us stay warm during our seasonally cold Spring.


Get to know Jen >>  
When Jen needed a creative outlet in 2012, Glitterary Girl was born. This Halifax-based style blogger loves to read, write, eat (cheese and cupcakes please), and is always on the hunt for fashion that doesn’t break the bank. Drop by her blog and say hello!

Jen is wearing >> 
 Trench Coat: Banana Republic. Pants: Top Shop. Hat: Le Chateau. Booties: c/o Nine West Shoe Studio at Mic Mac Mall. Bag: Kate Spade. Sunnies: Coach. Earrings: Swarovski. Necklace: H&M. All photos c/o Brett Locke Images

Here’s what she’s got to say about this look >>
Well hello there, Short Presents readers! I’ve dropped in to show you how I styled myself for a colder than expected day in the park. My plan was to show you my short sleeved top that was under the coat, but the five-degree-and-add-some-windchill afternoon made me refuse to take off this trench. 

This Nova Scotia blogger knows from experience to prepare for all possible weather situations. Here’s hoping for some May weather that allows us Halifax bloggers to do such daring things as wear ballet flats and maybe even bare our winter-white legs!

Thanks so much for reading, and warm wishes to Kayla for having me on the blog today.

Glitterary Girl

Hope you enjoyed this post from Jen make sure to check out her blog Glitterary Girl

About Kayla Short

Fashion writer, aspiring stylist, blogger, journalist, avid food and nutrition enthusiast, dancer, and part-time model. Travel through my blog and experience a taste of life in Halifax, Nova Scotia.


The views and opinions expressed in this content are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of haligonia.ca.


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