So often in blogging we’re always making wishlists, but what about the things we actually own and love!? I’ve decided that each month I should start sharing some of my favorite new pieces – whether they’re around the house or in my closet – because these are the items I can actually vouch for as being a part of my personal collection.

coco+kelley what i'm wearing january

Can you tell it’s winter in Seattle? Yeah, I’m back to my blacks and rocker-chic vibe for sure. Here’s how you can get the look!

shop: 1. ring by another feather // 2. sweater by hinge // 3. vince camuto boot // 4. two-tone spike earrings at fortune // 5. faux fur collar from shoptiques


  1. Leslie

    Nice! I like this concept of ID’ing pieces we already have and love….and just need to remember to wear, or rework into our current rotations. Thanks for a refreshing take! I’ve gotten tired of the “want, want, want” attitude that pervades the blogosphere–this is a nice break from that, so please keep it up.

  2. Tanya from Dans le Townhouse

    I LOVE this idea. Singing the praises of things we already own and love (and not trolling for the next new thing) is definitely something I can get behind. I’m trying to spend less this year but still live fabulously, so this concept really resonates with me. And, if I do decide to buy something new, knowing it’s receiving rave reviews (from at least one person) should help me spend my money right. Great series!

  3. Brandi

    Love this series! I am totally into loving the things you already own. Many wish list items are not affordable so it’s great to see how you can rework things you already have.


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About Cassandra LaValle

Cassandra LaValle is the founder and editor-in-chief of coco+kelley where she explores trends in fashion, decor and entertaining, highlighting pieces that exude classic design and glamour. As a designer, she consults clients across the globe on styling their homes and private events from her offices in Seattle.