One Fall Sweater, Two Ways

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Well, we can stop denying it; Fall is here. Good thing we have a selection of sweaters to help with the transition! One of our favorite summer-to-fall looks is a cozy, yet breezy, sweater with a flouncy skirt. It is the perfect look for those days when you’re just not sure WHAT to wear! Our Lacey Sunday Sweater, with its scoop neck and lace panels, looks great when tucked into a printed skirt with flats or ankle boots and a colorful bag, and equally great with a statement necklace for a romantic weekend date. Here is how to dress it up or down:

Look #1: Casual

Running errands? Headed to the office on a Friday? Pair the sweater with retro round sunnies, our funky Eye Can See You Necklace, our classic Maple Syrup Maven Belt and our Flared and Floral Skirt for a feminine, cute and comfortable outfit! As the seasons change, you can rock the look with anything from flat sandals to cozy ankle boots and still look fab! Our Scalloped by the Sea bag completes the look with its bold blue and brown combo and enough room for all your essentials!

Look #2: Romantic

Searching for that perfect date look? The lace in the sweater emphasizes a romantic mood, especially when paired with our Teal Nouveau Belt, a classic navy skirt and our Skipping Stones statement necklace, drawing the eye to your gorgeous style. Finish off the look with sparkly heels and an ethereal hairstyle and let the love sweep you over.

What is your favorite summer-to-fall look? Let us know in the comments!

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2 Responses to “One Fall Sweater, Two Ways”

  1. Sonja says:

    The sweater is so cute,I never thought of wearing one with a skirt.

  2. I think a great pair of ankle boots will always look good with vintage clothing.

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