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{outfit} The Weasley Sweater

  Friday, October 10, 2014 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,,,,, 
Ever since I read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (way back in 1999) I wanted a Weasley sweater so I could match Harry, Ron, Fred and George! Back in 2008, Entertainment Weekly named the sweater number 7 on their list of 20 Great Pop Culture Sweaters. I learned to knit so I could make my own house scarves, but sadly sweaters were a little out of my league. But last year Warner Bros. finally started selling replicas of the famed sweaters to satisfy my 15 year wish. You can buy Ron or Harry at their theme parks or the London Studio Tour! For this first outfit I went basic with jeans, but I might try to make it more stylish with a leather skirt or something soon.

I bought this on my last trip to Universal at the end of July. I had wanted to buy it when I visited in January and June but they weren't selling them until the Diagon Alley expansion opened. I've been there more this year than I've been to Florida in my entire life. I've only been 4 times, 3 have been this year.  And I will hopefully be going back next January if I'm invited to their second "Celebration of Harry Potter." (which I should be...) Harry Potter sure gets me to go places!

Since it was gross outside, I thought it only fitting to take the pictures in front of part of my Harry Potter collection. Sadly most of it is in boxes at my parents house because I don't have enough room for it all, but these are my favorite/most recent acquisitions. I've been collecting for over 10 years so I've amassed quite the collection. I'm sure I've mentioned it before, but pieces from my collection are featured in a book - Harry Potter Collector's Handbook.

Sweater: Universal Orlando, Jeans: Rag & Bone (Shopbop), Flats: Chanel (eBay)

Some collection photos. If items are available anywhere I've linked to them!
Harry Potter collection!
Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey (Collector's Edition) - bought in one of Amazon's lightening sales for $138
Harry Potter clock and Neville Longbottom bust
Various drinks and candy from Universal Studios, Bookend from Home Goods, Harry Potter Paperback Set Illustrated by Kazu Kibuishi
Bookend from Home Goods, Puking Pastilles & Fudge Flies from theme park, Hogwarts Library book set, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Collectors Edition, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Collectors Edition [Buy Both]
Souvenir from Diagon Alley at Universal Studios, Deathly Hallows Part 2 Oscar Campaign Booklet, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Divination Promo (VERY RARE)

About Closet Fashionista

Loves to get bargains on clothes and is obsessed with Harry Potter and Disney. By day she is a freelance graphic and web designer. She also has a slight obsession with movies.

You can also find her on the web at her Harry Potter and Matthew Lewis fan sites.


  1. A big cozy sweater is right up your alley, crazy to think it took them this long to finally market it!
    Chic on the Cheap

  2. Wow you have a lot of Harry Potter memorabilia! Cute sweater! I only know how to knit scarves, too ; )

  3. beautiful pullover
    follow back please

  4. That color is perfect on you! I love big chunky sweaters, you look cozy and beautiful!

  5. Super fun sweater! And wow! that's an amazing collection!

    xo T.

  6. That's so awesome that you were able to get the sweater you wanted! I like the length of it! I could totally see it with a leather skirt and boots.

  7. The sweater is cute and classic, it really would look great paired with the leather skirt like you mentioned.


  8. I like the color of the sweater! Looks good on you. :) XXX Eva

  9. Such a cute sweater. Wow you are a true fan!

  10. I like your pictures! Great!
    Have a nice day!
    Photographer Gil Zetbase

  11. So cute sweater :)

  12. how cool!!! :D


  13. Too cool that you finally had your dreams come true! I definitely have a few pieces I'm waiting to find myself. Love this cozy chic look.


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