Tiger Sweater Tank Date Night Look | 22 Days of Fall Fashion

Happy hump day, friends! I’m back with another fall outfit today — this one featuring a tiger print sweater tank. Yes, my love for animal prints runs deep.

I shared in my email this morning that I spend a lot of time planning the order in which I share my outfits. I’m sure I’m over-thinking it, but I try not to share back-to-back outfits with a similar clothing item — like black jeans or mules — and I like to vary the backgrounds from one day to the next.

But if I wake up one morning and find a good sale on an item in one of my outfits, I might prioritize that one and shift everything else, and that’s what happened today.

Right now, my favorite denim jacket is on sale, so I’m sharing this date night look with a tiger print sweater tank, even though that makes two outfits in a row with sleeveless tops for fall.

See what I mean? Overthinking.

I love a sleeveless sweater for fall, and this one is nice and thick with good density to the knit, and it’s such a striking print. The wide straps are bra-friendly, and it’s the perfect 23″ length.

See how much more flattering this length is on me than the 20″ sweater I wore in yesterday’s post?

Unfortunately this sweater tank is NOT on sale, but it was when I purchased it. I’ll keep an eye on it and give you a heads-up when it goes on sale again because it’s pretty spendy for a memorable piece. Still, the quality is really good, and I feel like it warrants the price tag.

I feel like this tiger print is begging to be paired with black — either black jeans or a black moto jacket. I suppose I could do both for a fierce, edgy vibe, but for this look, I wore black jeans and toned it down a bit with a denim jacket.

I’ve sung the praises of this denim jacket many times, but if you don’t currently have a denim jacket that you love, I can’t recommend this one highly enough.

I’ve had it for years, and it washes up really well. It’s stretchy and comfortable and has good structure for a flattering fit. It runs true to size; I have the small.

These shoes are the Vionic Bianca suede sandals from the #NSale. I love the combination of the rich black suede with the tortoise slingback strap, and they have a half-d’Orsay vamp for added interest and stability.

The heel is 3 1/2″, but it doesn’t feel that high. I would have sworn it was closer to 3 inches.

I hope a lot of you snagged a pair when they were on sale because they are soooo comfortable.

The footbed has some serious padding, and the block heel and thick straps keep them nice and stable. I could seriously walk in these all day.

Oh, and before you ask, I’m wearing CND Arrowhead on my nails. I love this color for fall.

For accessories, I strayed away from a necklace so the sweater could take center stage, but I wore largish drop earrings and a cuff bracelet.

I probably should have gone bolder with my jewelry, but y’all know what a plain Jane I am when it comes to my accessories. I will always err on the side of “less is more.”

And finally, I kind of glossed over these jeans, but I do want to call your attention to them because the fit is really nice, and they’re a great price point.

They’re the KUT from the Kloth Donna high waist ankle skinny jeans from the #NSale, and they’re lightweight and stretchy and super comfortable.

They have a 28″ inseam with a 10 1/2″ front rise, and they run true to size. I’m in my usual size 6.

I love this look for a casual date night with Paul or dinner out with friends. Restaurants are open in my area, and we dine outside a lot, so layers are key. I’d be fine leaving this jacket on or taking it off, and the jeans are a nice weight for warmer fall days.

The sweater makes a bold statement, and I think the tiger is a really fresh alternative to the leopard prints that have been so popular lately.

Be sure to visit Cyndi and see the fall look she’s styling today!

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denim jacket // tiger print sweater // black jeans // suede sandals // drop earrings // cuff bracelet // similar crossbody // nails

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photos: Alison Cornell