…how to not be boring…

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Sweater: sold out, similar by H&M for under $13!  | Blouse: Maison Jules | Skirt: similar by Vince Camuto | Clutch: Asos (similar) | Heels: Jessica Simpson, similar by Charles David

 

Sweater: sold out, similar by H&M for under $13!  | Blouse: Maison Jules | Skirt: similar by Vince Camuto | Clutch: Asos (similar) | Heels: Jessica Simpson, similar by Charles David

Where I wore it:

 This was the outfit I wore to church last Sunday and I’m just now getting around to posting it. I’ve linked similar things, but all items are now sold out because they are amazing! I got the sweater in an xl while I was pregnant so I could wear it then and as an oversized sweater when Baby Boy Witzke arrived. I’m glad I did that because I still love the softness of this blush pink beauty.

To get the look:

Choose wintery fabrics like tweed, jacquard, cashmere, or wool in light/pastel colors. Then wear tights or stockings to keep the legs looking seasonal too. Even if tights/stockings don’t keep the legs much warmer, don’t make everyone else feel colder by strutting around in bare legs this time of year!

Other ideas:

This outfit would also be great for work, daytime meetings, or other events that require a little more polish than your regular jeans and blouse attire. Pair it with tan/nude over-the-knee boots for a brunch date. Or try adding a pop of brighter color by matching your blouse under the sweater to your tights! I could see that being really cute with cranberry colored tights  and shirt and the tan otk boots!

Xo,

Kellie

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