Bright Blue Sweater

casual winter outfit

ripped black jeans

long grey coat

grey loafers

black hat

blue sweater

black bucket bag

grey oxfords

casual winter outfit

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coat: Forever 21 | sweater: Old Navy (c/o) | jeans: Rag & Bone (c/o) | handbag: Monserrat De Lucca (similar) (c/o) | loafers: Jeffrey Campbell (c/o) | hat: Brixton (c/o) | necklace: Michelle Starbuck

This blue sweater has my heart. I am usually a girl of neutral tones and blacks and greys but this perfect cobalt color caught my eye. It pops on a otherwise black and grey outfit and was perfect for a girl’s brunch at Little Goat!

This sweater is priced so reasonably and still so soft and cozy. Sometimes a more affordable price tag can mean rougher material but not this Old Navy one. It does run a little on the smaller size though – I like my sweaters over sized and baggy more than fitted so I grabbed one size up on this.

I paired it with my distressed jeans whose holes just keep getting bigger and bigger hah. I can’t stop wearing them though because they are my favorite! These loafers are my new addition to the closet and I’m just so happy I found a pair that doesn’t need any breaking in. The tough part about flats is they almost always hurt when I first wear them. This pair and my Vince pair have never done that which is why I wear them constantly. Both my jeans & loafers are from Shopbop and I’m so excited because their sale starts today – use code GOBIG15 and save either 15, 20, or 25% off sale & regular prices items depending on how much you spend!

Hope you guys had a great weekend and are all set to travel home and enjoy some family relaxation. I will be wearing this exact same thing over the holidays and highly recommend it! In case you missed it my 2015 Holiday Guide went live last night & is full of recipes, DIY’s & gifts for everyone on your list so make sure to check it out! Travel safe everyone and check back EARLY Friday for all my Black Friday deals & picks!

 

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