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{outfit} Just One of the Boys

  Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,,,,,,, 
Who says you can't shop in the boys department? Not I! This sweater is from Neiman Marcus and Target holiday collaboration in 2012. I did actually get this in a size smaller than I should have, but they were sold out of larger (men's) sizes. But hey, at least now I can say I fit in a boy's medium and the shrunken fit is in.

Tee: Cullen Cashmere (Rue La La), Sweater: Rag & Bone x Neiman Marcus & Target, Jeans: J Brand c/o Marshalls, Flats: Chaps (Kohl's)

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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.

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  1. I love that sweater - it's a great menswear find!

    Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

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  3. Well you are pretty tiny, so it totally works. It's not enough that the women's section is bigger than all the others, we still need more to shop ;)

  4. What a great find! I love occasionally finding cute things in the kid's department. I might have to start browsing the boys! ;)

    Fizz and Frosting

  5. That sweater is so so cute! I love rag and bone but that love can be $$$ !!
    Meg of An Affair of Character

  6. I recognize this sweater, I wanted it too :) love the thick knit and style!

    XO Chelsea

  7. That sweater looks great on you! I love wearing stuff from the men's section!

  8. I love menswear looks! This is such a great sweater!

  9. I like it, it reminds me a bit of Chanel.
    I have picked up stuff from men's department and from fat children's department too !
    They occasionally tend to be cheaper..

  10. I shop in the boys department too! I was thinking of posting about this. The boxy cut is much more flattering then some of the womens cuts.



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