It's been downcast the past few days and there's some rain predicted this weekend (boo), so I've given up on the spring florals and reverted back to my usual black-and-gray palette.
I initially picked up this funky bluish-gray and black jacket at Housing Works Gramercy (I've been wearing a lot of Housing Works finds recently, I know!) for next winter, but since the weather's been so miserable, I ended up having reason to wear it this week. Originally $15, I got it for 30% off during a pre-spring sale, so I ended up snagging it for just $10.50. The print reminds me a bit of fish scales, which--oddly enough--I love.
I paired the scaly jacket with an off-white button-up ($7, TJ Maxx), and some basic black pants ($20). I finished off the look with my black ankle boots ($6.50, last worn here), which I also scored at Housing Works, my favorite black hat ($10) and the small black purse ($0.85) found during my trip to the Goodwill in Orlando. Head to toe, the whole look came out to $54.85.