I don’t wear this sweater dress/tunic/thingy very often because it’s quite difficult for me to style. But, this morning, I thought if a shar pei can look cute covered in loose folds, so can I:
Okay, so maybe that's not the best logic I’ve ever applied to an outfit, but I kind of feel like this works. Probably because I also wore a turtleneck and they make everything better. In addition to the sweater thing (???) and the turtleneck (Gap), I also wore a knit pencil skirt (Elementz via Macy’s) and herringbone tights (Hue). I finished the look with a belt (thrifted), cuffed boots (Gap) and a fringe necklace (Jessica Simpson via Macys).
In all honesty, I think it’s probably the belt that saved this look, not the turtleneck; although I think we can all agree that the turtleneck played a strong supporting role. The problem is that no matter how carefully I arrange the folds of this sweater, it has a tendency to accentuate my tummy. By belting it with a contrasting belt at the smallest part of my waist (also known as my ribs), I fool the eye into thinking my waist is smaller than it is. Yeah, take that, foolish eyes; Gracey wins again! Muah ha ha ha ha.
Happy Thursday, All!
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Similar pencil skirt (I looked for my actual skirt, which I got just last weekend on clearance at Macy's, but couldn't find it online. They had a lot left in the store though.)
Similar herringbone tights
Similar cuffed boots
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