Happy Friday, friends! I have a new transition outfit to share with you today! This slouchy sweater is perfect for those fall days that are still too warm for cozy sweaters, but you still want to look fall-ish.
The elegant openwork knit is perfectly breathable when the temps are still a bit warm, and the cuffed sleeves feel just right pushed back to the elbow — just add bracelets. This sweater is a shameless flatterer: its slouchy body is loose and comfortable — a perfect fit for any build — and the generous V-neck compliments every face shape. Wear it off the shoulder for effortless allure. Pull one on over a lacy bralette or a Perfect Fit Tank for more coverage.
I went the tank top route, as you can see.
I love the relaxed fit and the loose weave. It also comes in a pretty Pearl color. There are two sizes — S/M and L/XL. I’m wearing the L/XL and I wish I’d asked for the S/M. I felt like this was supposed to fit loosely and I requested the L/XL because I was afraid of it being too small, but I think it would probably look better if it were the smaller size. Either way, it is super cute and quite versatile.
You can pair this pullover with white, black, or blue denim. I went with white because I styled an olive and black outfit recently, but it is just as cute with black as well as traditional blue jeans. I can totally see wearing this pullover with shorts too.
The purse I’m carrying is the Jael Suede and Leather Shoulder Bag I picked up at the #NSale last month.
These shoes are incredibly comfortable, but I haven’t worn them as much as I’d hoped this summer. Fortunately they also make a great transition shoe for fall.
I completed the look with gold accessories and my favorite Kate Spade sunnies. These Crystal Marquise Drop Earrings are only $28, and I find myself wearing them all the time. They have just enough bling to be fun but not so fancy that I feel I have to reserve them for a night out. I’m also loving my Stella & Dot Pyramid Watch with the leopard band.
SALE ALERT >> DL1961 is having a huge End Of Summer Clearance Sale. This is when I got my beloved Emma skinnies last year. The prices are fantastic, but of course sizes will go fast. I’m loving these cut-offs. If I didn’t already have a pair, I’d grab them. These rolled boyfriend shorts are a nice mid-length. The Coco Jean is a nice curvy slim straight cut for you curvy girls who want a slim fit that isn’t a skinny jean. The Amanda in Porcelain is great classic pair of white jeans — all sizes are available at the moment. Love this super light grey. Love this Emma with just a tiny bit of distressing. This is my favorite cut of DL jeans. The Florence Crop is the perfect crop jean, and I love the 9″ front rise. They have black jeans on sale — a fall essential. There is a gorgeous Sangria and a ton more.
V-Neck Slouch Pullover c/o Grace & Lace // similar tank: Perfect Fit Tank // J. Brand Crop Jeans // Crystal Marquise Drop Earrings // Vince Camuto Evel Leather Sandals // Stella & Dot Pyramid Watch // Kate Spade sunnies
I hope everyone has had a lovely week! It’s been a bit of a whirlwind here. Last weekend, we decided to enroll my 8th grader in a cyber charter school, so I’ve been busy with research and admissions documents. It was somewhat of a spontaneous decision, although I’ve been considering it for some time. Since school starts next week, we had to move quickly, but I think it’s all going to come together. I’m going to have to make some sacrifices, especially at first while we get up and running, but I am hopeful that it’s a good change for her.
And of course, it’s Friday, so that means linkup day! If you have a fashion blog, I’d love for you to join us. If you’re here for your weekly dose of style inspiration, you’ll find plenty of that here. Have a beautiful weekend!
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