Look 1: Coat: Old Navy c/o (Take 50% off with code: WARM) | Cableknit Sweater: Old Navy c/o | Shirt: Old Navy c/o | Hat: Old Navy c/o |Â Look 2: Cardigan: Old Navy c/o | Turtleneck: Aritzia | Denim: Citizens of Humanity
My hubby and I have been in Iceland all week taking in the majestic beauty of this grand country. I find myself in such awe everywhere we have been so far. While in Reykjavik, we did some exploring of the town, churches and local restaurants.Â C is for Cookie has been one of our faves! The hot chocolate was an absolute dream. I bundled up with this cozy buffalo plaid coat from Old Navy and piled on the layers. I love that it looks so seasonal and festive in deep forest green. The cooler temps and rain require some tricky styling. During this transitional time of year between fall and winter, I take a button down flannel shirt and style it under a knit sweater with a warm coat on top and I never leave without a beanie hat anymore. It cures all bad hair days in the windy, wet months and it’s a great way to stay cozy and cute at the same time. Follow along on social for more of my Icelandic adventures (@stephsterjovski)!
Thank You to Old Navy for partnering on this post.
14 responses to “EXPLORING REYKJAVIK”
Love the plaid coat.
Such a great post! I hope you have a lovely day.
That plaid coat is sooo gorgeous! Definitely looks cozy too!
Always love your photos! 😉
Looks like such a nice time 🙂
wooow this place is gorgeous!!
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So many good finds from Old Navy!! Love all these photos!
Your Iceland looks are so cozy!
That sweater looks so cozy warm! I need it!
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Beautiful! The pictures, the country, your outfit, and your words! Cannot wait until I can visit Iceland myself!
amazing!! I want to go (:
I loved following along with your Iceland travels on social media!! It looked like a dream trip!! I am so jealous your saw Arctic Foxes!
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I’m traveling to Iceland in a few weeks and I was just wondering what kind of outlet converter you used to use your blow dry, curling iron or straighter. Did you get one that also converted the voltage or just a converter that changed the plug to a European one?