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{outfit} Double Sweaters

  Wednesday, November 11, 2015 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,,,,,,, 
This getting dark early business is not going to make outfit pictures easy. Fortunately for me, last week 2 of my friends visited during the day so I had them take photos for me so I wouldn't have to drag out my tripod. On this day I went out to lunch with my friend Jenna. It was pretty warm so I didn't need both sweaters, but the look was a little boring with just one. But two is better than one, right?

Cardigan: Ralph Lauren (Lord & Taylor), Sweater: Kenar c/o Marshalls, Jeans: Michael Kors (Marshalls), Boots: Cordani (Roundabout Resale), Necklace c/o UncommonGoods

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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 like the green and grey combo - you're looking very pretty M!

  2. I would agree that two sweaters are better than one! And the getting dark early thing is totally driving me nuts (it's dark when I leave at 7 am and dark when I get home at 5 so I'm having to revert to indoor photos, which are no good....).

    Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

  3. Cool look!!!!
    Where have you been? Miss your visits to my blog!!!!
    Have a nice day,

  4. Getting photos taken when it is dark so early is so tough! Love these photos - that cardigan is great!

  5. awesome cardi! looks so comfy but the outfit overall looks splendid and very stylish

  6. Two is always better than one when talking about cosy things like knits! :)

    I tend to take all my outfit photos in the morning so I don't have to worry about lack of light, it means getting up a minute or two earlier to do so though, haha!

    Away From The Blue Blog

  7. For sure - the pop of lime green is great, but I love a long grey cardigan.
    Chic on the Cheap


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