It’s Valentines Day and I hope you are all spending it with the ones that you love the most, Happy Valentines Day!
There are days when I look at my closet and feel inspired but there are other days when I just throw things together and run out the house. This is one of those simple, out-the-door outfits. It’s getting warmer around here and I am running out of time to wear these clogs because these bad boys can make your feet sweat if it’s too warm out. I kept it simple by wearing ripped jeans, a white sweater and my faux-leather moto jacket. The other thing that makes this outfit even cooler? The entire outfit except the shoes were thrifted.
Jeans: Gap, purchased at Goodwill: $5.00 / Sweater: Banana Republic, purchased at Goodwill: $4.00 / Jacket: BB. Dakota Faux-leather Jacket, purchased at Goodwill: $5.00 / Thrifted total: $14.00
BB. Dakota Faux-Leather Moto Jacket, similar here
Banana Republic White Ribbed Sweater, similar here
Winter styling can be difficult because you want to stay warm but you want to look fashionable/stylish at the same damn time. That is why I wanted to style a winter staple: the Chunky Sweater. Chunky sweaters are an absolute must during the winter season and weather you like a crew neck, v-neck, cowl neck or turtleneck sweater, you probably have one in your closet. When it comes to styling them, they’re usually an afterthought because we associate them with comfort and not for an evening out or even office wear. So here are the three (well four) different ways I styled this sweater.
P.S. Now that I have more blog content, I am going to try to post the Threemix segment at least every other week.
Work Wear: Thrifted Elizabeth and James “Addison” Leather Pants, Furla Handbag and Steve Madden Heels, featured here
Happy Hour: Thrifted Elizabeth and James “Addison” Leather Pants, Furla Handbag and Python Mules, featured here
Casual Wear: Thrifted MaxMara Icon 101801, Thrifted Gap Boyfriend Jeans and Nike Fearless Flyknits, featured here
Night Out: Ann Taylor Leggings, MaxMara 101801 Icon Coat and OTK Boots, featured here