What I Wore: In Better Sweater Weather

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

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What I Wore: Dress (Modcloth; Similar Here), Sweater (via Stitch Fix; Similar Here), Shoes (Gift; Similar Here); Leggings (Similar Here), Shirt (Forever 21), Hat (Vintage; Similar Here)


Autumn leaves and autumn looks- if you just glanced at these pictures you might mistake these mountains for having better sweater weather (say that three times fast!). In fact, the mountains did have surprisingly nice weather, but notice that word- surprise. It has been facilitating between fall crispness and winter storms around these parts for the last few weeks. Either way though- you might want a good sweater. 

I've been practically living in this one I got from the subscription box company StitchFix. Keep your eyes peeled, as I'll be going into more detail about StitchFix in days to come, but suffice to say, I am really digging this dolman sleeve sweater. 

Also new is the golden skirt- which is actually a golden dress to be precise. It came when I decided to try out Modcloth's latest out of Stylish Surprises a few weeks back. For those unfamiliar, it is pretty much what is sounds like. The clothing company, Modcloth, sends you a surprise item in your size. For fifteen dollars, I can't complain. Sure, it is a little redundant in my wardrobe since I already have a similar golden skirt (seen here). Stil. Pretty is pretty, especially when you get to frolic in the mountains in it. 

Any of you ever try StitchFix or Modcloth's Style Surprise? What did you think of it all? 


13 comments

  1. The skirt colour is almost the same as the leaves.

    I love how you went with black on your tights and hat.

    bisous
    Suzanne

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  2. Love the skirt that is apparently a dress! Such a beautiful color. Indeed a bit silly because you already have a very similar skirt, but if you can get something from Modcloth for only 15 bucks, I wouldn't complain either! xo

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    1. Well, and I didn't know beforehand what I'd get as a surprise from Modcloth.

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  3. That skirt is amazing, and I love how you've been adding text to photos!

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  4. I love the way you've been layering, lately and your choice of fabrics, too. I know I tend to go on and on about textures, but that's what I respond to..those little details. ^_^ This is really great! Love the pleated skirt on that dress! <3

    - Anna

    www.melodicthriftychic.com

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  5. Ooooh, I love this yellow pleated skirt and all the layers you're rocking! You look fantastic :)

    The Dragonfruit Diaries

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  6. My oh my. I am in love. I have yet to master the whole sweater over a dress style, like you are doing here so seamlessly! Everything about this screams autumn, especially your golden skirt (dress)! Perfection, my dear :)

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    1. Belting the sweater definitely helps with layering.

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  7. I always miss the stylish surprise but your golden dress looks perfect for you! (Maybe TOO perfect since you already have a similar one!) That slouchy sweater looks so cute and cozy!
    Hope you're having a wonderful day!
    xo Hannah

    http://thebraidedbandit.blogspot.com
    http://thebraidedbandit.etsy.com

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  8. I loooove your yellow skirt!

    Xo, Hannah

    sweetsweetnoir.net

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  9. First off- how cool is your acrostic? I love this look, especially with the matching leaves in the background! That sweater looks so slouchy and cozy! The stylish surprise sounds fun but maybe a little risky...good thing they know you so well!

    perfectly priya

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    1. Ha- I'm so glad someone noticed the acrostic! :D

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  10. Oh my goodness, this outfit. It looks so effortless, but it's so creative and not something a lot of people would be able to think of! I love everything about this, and all of it works so well together.

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