Nov 5th, Grey Sweatshirt

For those of you who are regular readers- you know that for me- comfort is key.

Rarely do I wear something that is not comfortable. I’m happiest when I’m wearing something that doesn’t require me holding in my tummy, keeps me warm and my feet are comfy.

With these requirements, it would be easy to spend every day in the outfit on the right- wouldn’t it?

However, I do care about style- so the baggy, oversize sweatshirt is not going to cut it. The tennis shoes are another ‘no no’ in my book (with jeans), and the baggy ‘mom jeans’ are not the best look.

Luckily, I can still achieve the same level of comfort with a similar, yet more stylish version of this outfit -as seen on the left.

Here I have replaced the mom jeans with Madewell skinny skinny jeans. No matter what size you are- you can wear skinny jeans. I promise. Just remember to balance it all out by wearing something larger on top. Here I’ve chosen something loose and flowy, and it’s important to make sure your top covers your hips and butt.

Let me briefly tell you about these jeans. The cotton is the softest cotton I’ve ever felt. These jeans feel like sweatpants- they are so soft, so warm and so stretchy. I got them at Madewell (cousin of J Crew).

Instead of the tennis shoes- I’ve opted for my black boots. I have socks under, so my feet are toasty and the heel is flat, so I can walk all day.

I love this loose, flowy top from Target! It’s a great alternative to a sweat shirt!

Jeans: Madewell, Top: Target, Tank: Gap, Boots: Nordstrom (Frye), Necklace: Forever 21

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3 thoughts on “Nov 5th, Grey Sweatshirt

  1. What a great look! I love that you shop at Target because I’m there seriously like 2-3 per week, lol. Did you get it this season? Thanks!

  2. Again, I love the Joe’s sweatshirt as a don’t 🙂 Made my day! I love wearing that poncho-ish kind of top and boots when it’s cold. So comfy!

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