Gap Factory just started their Winter Sale, so this is the perfect opportunity to give your wardrobe a refresh for the new year without breaking the bank! They’ve got almost everything marked 40%–70% off through 1/17, plus you’ll save an additional 65% off clearance items with code GFCHILLY.
I styled three casual outfits for your winter style inspiration, and I rounded up my Gap Factory Winter Sale picks for men and women at the end of this post.
This ribbed crewneck sweater is super soft and cozy, with flattering raglan sleeves and banded cuffs, and it runs true to size; I’m in my usual size small.
It comes in a bunch of pretty colors, but I chose the Birch because I love wearing ivory with light wash jeans in the winter. (On the website, the color circle looks beige, but it shows the model wearing the sweater in this ivory color, and that’s the one I ordered.)
These jeans have a really nice fit, and they’re a good choice for those wanting to branch out from skinnies but not ready for a wider silhouette.
They run true to size, and they come in petite, regular, tall, and extra tall lengths! I’m in the 29R, and they fit great, but they do stretch some with wear.
If you want to add a few winter accessories to your look, I love this fair isle poof beanie and ribbed neckwarmer. Unfortunately, this navy fairisle color-way is sold out, but the ivory is really pretty.
I also grabbed this v-neck sweater in the black, but I went with a size medium in this one. I tried it a few months ago in another color, and it felt a bit snug, so this time I sized up, and I like the fit much better.
Unfortunately, this sweater has sold out in most sizes, but this one is similar.
The side slit and the waffle texture add interest, plus it has a really flattering v-neckline. This sweater is soft and comfortable, and there’s no wool content, for those who are sensitive.
It also looks great paired with these destructed blue jeans. I love black and denim together; it never gets old for me!
This classic trucker style denim jacket in the medium indigo wash with subtle fading is the perfect closet addition for a casual lifestyle. I love how it pairs with black or white denim.
And these High Rise 70’s Flare Jeans with Washwell are right on trend for this winter 2023 season! I love the inky black wash for dressing up casual looks like this one, or you can pair them with a blouse and leather jacket for a night out.
These jeans come in short, regular, and tall lengths; I’m wearing the size 29R, with the 32″ inseam, which is perfect for me at 5’5″.
They fit snug at first, as black denim tends to run smaller than blue, but they do settle in nicely and feel comfortable after an hour of wear.
Underneath, I’m wearing this waffle-knit t-shirt in purple plum pudding. This is such a great little layering piece for now and later! It will carry you right into spring.
It’s true to size, or you can size up for a looser fit; and it also comes in petite and tall sizes!
We actually had some mild weather last week here in Philly, but unfortunately it was short lived. This outfit was perfect for that, so I’m hoping it works for some of you ladies down south. It will also transition well to spring.
Don’t forget! The Gap Factory Winter Sale is going on right now until 1/17, and you can get 40%–70% off almost everything, plus save an additional 65% off clearance items with code GFCHILLY! (FYI, the sale excludes clearance, faux leather, and gift cards.)
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