January 30th, 2017 at 2:00am

To end my winter break with a bang, I traveled from my hometown up to D.C. and spent a day in Georgetown. The greatest thing about this town, other than the cupcakes, is the amount of people who are well put together. There were so many outfits that caught my eye, as Georgetown gets a lot of tourists and is a ritzy, stylish town to begin with. I’m usually a very trendy person, but the majority of the people around here were brand-oriented and classic when it came to their style. Most outfits consisted of big name items, simple jewelry and accessories, neutral colors, and cute boots.

This Fashionista caught my eye first because she is clearly drop dead gorgeous, and second because after turning my head, I noticed how fantastic her outfit was even though it was so simple. I’ve found that there is so much beauty in simplicity, especially when it comes to fashion.

Her whole outfit was neutral and chic. She blended multiple tans and browns together to make a masterpiece of an outfit. For outerwear, she is wearing a beige J. Crew quilted jacket overtop of a marled gray oversize sweater. This combination is warm, cozy, and stylish for a day of shopping around Georgetown.

To avoid clashing with the marled sweater, she paired the top with simple black leggings. I love the idea of soft stretchy pants being acceptable and even fashionable in public. She dressed them up enough for them to work perfectly with this ensemble. The black in the leggings also complemented her black and gold Tory Burch sunnies.

For the boots, she rocked Tory Burch once again. These brown, knee high beauties blend perfectly into the outfit by once again adding onto the neutrals, and the gold logo blends the sunglasses and the details of her bag. The bag is a brown and tan Louis Vuitton Neverfull tote with gold details. To accessorize a bit more, she paired the outfit with a knit color-blocked hat with an adorable ball on top.

This Fashionista put together a simple yet adorable outfit perfect for perusing the stores around Georgetown for the day.