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It’s you-know-what weather 😉…and I’m here for it

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Almost nothing makes getting dressed easier than a colorful sweater. Jeans and a sweater is my starting point for most casual outfits, then I add some fun accessories to personalize the look.

Casual outfit with a colorful sweater & jeans

This is the soft rollneck sweater I featured in Friday’s post. Mine’s the “Hthr Blade” color, which is in between the Apple and Mint greens in my Spring palette. I’m wearing size Small. I find the sweater quite comfortable and the neckline just high enough. (I will note that if you are particularly sensitive to wool, you may not find it as soft as I do. There is 30% wool in the fabric blend.)

I’ve received so many questions about these shoes since posting them on my Instagram feed a few days ago!

They’re from Office of Angela Scott, and I’ve been wearing them several times a week. They were unbelievably comfortable right out of the box (though I did have to rough up the soles a little bit on gravel for better traction). I think they are just so stinkin’ cute! They’re beautifully made and spendy, but are currently marked down. They run true-to-size, took my usual 7½.

Here are a few styles with a similar look that are more budget-friendly:


A schedule note…

Posting may be light for the next few days. We have friends in town, and I’m prepping for our big Red Leopard Color Event 🐆 this weekend! I’m so excited to be working with Manina and will post a recap afterward. The event is completely booked, but if you’d be interested in a personal color analysis with me, you can schedule HERE.

I hope to be back to a regular posting schedule by mid-week next week.

Stay in touch.

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