Monday, February 6, 2012


This sweater is probably at least 10 years old, and even though I don't wear it so much anymore, I still love it. Mostly I don't wear it because it's just scratchy enough to require an under layer, and it rarely gets cold enough here for that. In fact the day I wore this it wasn't quite cold enough, and I ended up carrying my jacket so as not to be too warm.

I wanted the shaping to be the main focus of this outfit, since both the sweater and the skirt really hug my curves. To that end I kept my jewelry simple and highlighted my hips by wearing the low slung belt. Hidden under the skirt were leggings for warmth, and my super comfy pair of Romika boots. Between those and the stretchy skirt it felt like I spent the day in my pj's.

Sweater: La Redoute
Belt: thrifted
Skirt: Anthropologie
Boots: Romika


et said...

Thanks to your & Sheila's example, I've gotten a couple of full length skirts & adore them. People don't believe me when I tell them they're more comfortable than jeans or slacks.

Anonymous said...

Love these proportions!

The Goodwill Fangirl said...

Love the flow and figure-flattering styling. I want a full-length skirt, but I'm way too short to pull one off!