There are four things I purchased recently that I can’t stop wearing. They have turned out to be really great, versatile finds! First up, this grey tee. Well, let’s start with the fact that it doesn’t hug the mid section (yes, please!). It’s fitted on the arms, which is flattering, and it’s not see through! Sign me up.
My sister purchased it, too! We were going to take a twining photo for you guys but weren’t able to get it done. Anyway, she loves it, too. We both agreed that it doesn’t look like much on the hanger, but once you try it on, the fit and fabric make for one amazing tee!
I’m wearing a medium in the first picture and an x-small in the second. Size down as much as you can for a flattering fit.
This “cardigan” was a splurge for me, but now it’s on SALE! Wahoo! I actually don’t wear it as a cardigan. Instead, I wear it as a coat on cooler days. I love that it’s not stiff like a coat, and whatever I’m wearing under works with it. I can even wear long sleeve sweaters under it and it’s not tight on my arms! I’ve worn it with workout clothes and…
…my new favorite grey tee…
…and my tissue tee turtleneck. I’ve also worn it with dresses and work slacks (it was too dark to take pictures). My cost per wear will be pennies!
This sweater was also a splurge for me, but it was so comfy and soft that I couldn’t pass it up. What can I say, I’m a sucker for comfy and soft. I convinced myself to buy it once I realized I could wear it at home with my pajamas. Once again, this will make the cost per wear pennies. Ha! Btw, I regret not buying the grey tee under the sweater. I’ve actually thought about it a lot. It was a pretty, light grey color, and the fit was great. It was just too much for a tee, but now that I’ve been thinking about it so much and have seen the reviews…
And last but not least, my new favorite earrings! I’m a gold hoop girl, so I love that these are a dressier version! I also love that they are mixed metal! I can wear them with gold and silver accessories!
These pictures were taken while out and about. A special thanks to my friend, Kelly, and to my arm -hahaha!