Sweater Weather

Monday, December 28, 2015

"Girls Look Better In A Real Tight Sweater" -Sweater Weather by Childish Gambino 

Or a loose cashmere one as well ;-) I'm looking forward to my trip to sunny Hawaii for the New Year, cause this freezing San Francisco weather is not the business! For now I'll have to settle for sweaters to keep me warm. After wearing the same boring sweater and jean combo over and over again, I decided to switch things up with a luxe cashmere sweater dress from H&M, and pair it with my favorite suede over the knee Matrix boots by Sergio Rossi. Best of both worlds: Keeping my body and legs toasty, and glam! How fancy is this black faux fur crossbody with the gold detailing?! Fits everything from your phone, to makeup, to mittens (lol, yes mittens, cause it's that cold in the Bay! Ughhhhh, throwin' some major side eye to the weather). I finished off my look with my fabulous large-and-in-charge House of Harlow Sunburst ring, with gold and black leather detailing! The bigger the better, just in case this 5'1" lady needs to throw down on these mean streets while I'm shooting ;-) You just can't go wrong with an over-sized sweater-dress and boots this season.  If you don't believe me just take a gander at some of the FW 2015-2016 runway looks below, maybe that'll convert you into a believer. Whether you choose a real tight or real loose (in this case, and this case only, lol), both choices look absolutely stunning on every girl, sweater-wise ;-)

FW 2015-2016 Collection: BCBG Max Azria | Edun | Andreea Diaconu
Sweater Dress: H&M
Over The Knee Boots: Sergio Rossi
Crossbody: H&M
Diamond Stud Earrings: Tiffany's

Photography by: Sean Marchetti

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  1. I love your outfit and I really like your bag :)

    Essere Moda

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by, and the nice compliments


  2. Replies
    1. You sure can! Steaming is actually the best way to get wrinkles out of Cashmere, as the fabric tolerates moisture well. Hope that helps :-)



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