Boston girls day outfit

I wore this outfit for a recent girls’ day with my friend Alona: shopping, being silly, and finally making dinner at home – with of course, a little wine!

Girls’ Day

Alona came over to my temporary place in Boston in the early afternoon to pick me up, since she drives. You might remember her from this outfit post. After I demonstrated Snapchat to her (see our goofy photos below), we headed to Boston’s Back Bay.

Girls' day in Boston

Our first stop was the Burberry flagship store to see about a coat of mine. Feathers kept popping out of it – so frustrating! I had emailed Burberry customer care, and they called me  verrrry early one morning from London. (Apparently, they didn’t bother to calculate time differences!) And they recommended I take my leaky coat to a tailor at this store.

That’s actually why I wore all black. I wanted to illustrate the effect the jacket has on dark clothes. That is, you end up covered in little white feathers!

Girls' day outfit

First-of-the-year sales scores

Aside from wanting to wear all black, this look is actually the result of very successful post New Years’ shopping. I got this glittery polka dot sweatshirt and bottle clutch at Kate Spade in Dallas, Texas at a huge discount! And I’ve been looking forward to blogging about them.

Kate Spade sweatshirtKate Spade bottle handbagUggs with Swarovski crystals

After leaving Burberry, Alona and I hit Sephora in the Prudential Center. It was pretty much a required stop. I mean, Sephora gift cards from the holidays were burning holes in our pockets. I was very excited to get some gold eye mask. 🙂

Girls day outfit - all black

Kate Spade sweatshirt (sold out) / The Couples jeans – similar / Kate Spade handbag / Uggs with Swarovski sparkles / Half bun in my hair to make the look a little funkier 🙂

Home clothes

Once we got back to my place, I changed into what I call my “home clothes.” With this outfit, I can’t claim as much cleverness. Once I discovered how much colder apartments are in New England than in New York – it seems that people here don’t like to run the heat! – I had to borrow a friend’s fleece snowboarding underwear.

I found this ugly sweater on an H&M Christmas clearance rack for $7. It says, “You used to call me on my elf phone.” Lol. It seems that I’m not the only one who’s grown to like it. My friend Tali recently confided, “When you showed me that sweater, I was horrified. But you actually pull it off.” Making dinner

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8 Comments on #OOTD – My Girls’ Day Outfit(s) for Shopping and Dinner in Boston

  1. Nancy
    February 6, 2017 at 11:37 am (3 months ago)

    What a bummer that the coat leaked! I hope it can be solved! And what a fun bag!

    • Liliya
      February 8, 2017 at 5:52 pm (3 months ago)

      Thanks for your empathy about the bag, Nancy! Yes, I love the bag too. 🙂

  2. Gellie
    February 6, 2017 at 10:53 pm (3 months ago)

    Is that a wine-inspired bag? So adorbs. And you look gorgeous! Hope your coat gets fixed soon!


    • Liliya
      February 8, 2017 at 5:50 pm (3 months ago)

      Thank you, Gellie. The bag is definitely wine-inspired! Unfortunately, the solution to the coat problem is a little more complicated than I hoped. xoxo

  3. Gabrielle
    February 8, 2017 at 4:47 am (3 months ago)

    I love the Kate Spade details; you look really pretty in the bow-embellished jumper and the clutch is SO cute! 🙂 I hope you manage to have your coat fixed sometime soon by the way, having feathers fall out and attach to your clothing muslt be so frustrating!

    • Liliya
      February 8, 2017 at 5:51 pm (3 months ago)

      Thank you, Gabrielle. I didn’t have much luck with the coat, unfortunately. I could have it covered with a new beige or black lining, but I didn’t want to cover up the Burberry plaid. xoxo

    • Liliya
      February 8, 2017 at 5:49 pm (3 months ago)

      Thanks, Dominique. I love it too! xx


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