The Art of Versatility: Chunky Sweater 3 Ways
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Recently I asked y’all if you wanted me to start a new series, since I am probably going to stop my Elle’s Everyday Eats Sunday posts. Y’all brought up clothes you can wear multiple ways, which is what my art of versatility posts are for!! Should I make them a weekly thing? Let me know what you think!
Free People Fluff Fox Sweater | Brown Braided Belt | Rebecca Minkoff Galyn Mules | Black Maxi Skirt
First up we have the sweater + a maxi skirt. A maxi skirt is always a good idea for your arsenal. It’s great for summer, but can really be styled throughout all seasons. I belted mine, because a chunky sweater can sometimes make you look larger than you are. Plussss I wanted to mix black and brown for y’all. It’s one of my favorite color combos…and to think it was one I used to think was horrible!
Free People Fluff Fox Sweater | BlankNYC Skirt | Vince Camuto OTK Boots
I love a good mini skirt combo! I got this suede skirt at the N-sale last year and haven’t stopped wearing it sense. I love the texture mix of the suede and the fuzzy sweater, plus all the colors are neutrals, which I love. Skirts + tops are so good for Texas, because they allow you do have “breathing room” when it warms up in the afternoon.
Free People Fluff Fox Sweater | Black Flares | Black Booties
I have a thing for black pants! I have several different styles, because they are great for most occasions, even work! (see my black jeans for work post here) I love this look because it it dresses up the sweater, but in a more practical way than a skirt.
So which was your favorite?! I can’t decide between the maxi skirt or the flares. Also how ‘bout this location? It’s the perfect patio time here in Texas. Perrrrfect for my flu fighting cocktail recipe ;) If there’s any styling requests you have for me, let me know and I’ll work it into the series!
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