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KARI SKELTON: Layering – Leopard Fleece Pullover


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KARI SKELTON: Layering – Leopard Fleece Pullover

We love bringing new people into our world, and learning more about theirs. For instance, meet Edmonton’s Kari Skelton. A former radio host and now a fashion and lifestyle blogger with a focus on family, motherhood, parenting, and style.

“…Whether its fashion, fun, or family, we’re all looking for ways to make the most of our endeavours…”


Shop my leopard fleece pullover, a few amazing teddy and faux fur coats, and my new Mala necklace! 

Oh my goodness- what a week! We’ve been doing a ton of home projects including revamping Wyatt’s room to a big boy space-themed room! It was so much fun to create and his reaction was priceless. You can watch it under the ‘Our Home’ Highlight on my Instagram Story and I’ll be doing a full blog post in the new year linking all the stuff we got to put it together.

Like you, we’re also busy setting up for Christmas. We’ve got the outdoor lights up, our Copper Farmer’s Wreath is hanging (check out my last blog post: How To Keep Your Holiday Wreath Fresh), and the tree is being decorated this week! September to December just flies by, doesn’t it?

Leopard Fleece Pullover

This past week has been pretty snowy but warm where we live. With the weather constantly changing, I’m all about layering in this season. The pairing of this coat happened completely by accident! I threw it on over the pullover to run to my car, and when I came back inside and caught a glance in the mirror it actually worked together. Happy accident!

As soon as I saw this leopard fleece pullover at Red Ribbon Boutique I knew I had to have it. The cream bottom and collar really breaks up the leopard print nicely. It’s snuggly but still light enough to layer. Shop it here.

Click below to read the rest of Kari’s story.


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In Kari’s words:

“..Twenty-five years ago, way before this project existed, I’d have invited you to hang out in my tree house. That’s where my friends and I gathered almost every day to plan adventures, make new discoveries, and chat about things we loved.
That’s the idea behind this online community. Whether its fashion, fun, or family, we’re all looking for ways to make the most of our endeavours. The best way to do that is sharing ideas and experiences. Some of my posts are style-related, some focus on adventures in parenting my toddler Wyatt, and some shine light on the rest of my world – including my husband Ryan and our pup Moses. Here, you can read about what works best for me and my family. I invite you to leave a comment or two on what works best for you and yours. My goal is to learn something new every day…”  Kari Skelton


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