Last night, the temperatures dipped to a whopping 27 degrees. I could feel it when I cracked the front apartment door open. And even, when nestled under the covers with the kids at night. It’s the back-bone kind of wind chill that fogs your brain and keeps you running from place to place. Never static! On days like this, I really want to wear bright lipstick to compliment a more rosey face, a pair of warm boots, and a colorful sweater.
And though my own closet runeth over (Instagram sale soon!), and I’ve phographed about every single sweater I own, I am loving the new roll-out from Everlane. They’re a mix of Cashmere and knits, with various cuts and colors. I really love this colorblocked one.
They all look so good tucked into a pair of high-waisted jeans, layered over a dress or a turtleneck. Or, for a more stylish and chilly kind of day, with a turtleneck, a dress, a pair of tights and a pair of white boots. Here’s five that I love, and why:
This oversized crew worn simply, with your favoirte jeans and a bit of lip color.
This cropped aplaca cardigan in red, worn over a dress (and turtleneck).
This acqua turtlenck made of 60% Recycled cashmere, 40% Non-mulesed, extra-fine merino wool from their ReCashmere line.
This cropped alpaca wool sweater perfect for high waisted pants (it’s hard finding a sweater that doesn’t cover high-waisted pants) and a touch of spring.
This rounded v-neck that is 50% off the price.
What are your thoughts? Do you have a signature cold-front style (besides grabbing the heaviest and warmest coat you own?)
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I just moved from Southern California to the Foothills of Colorado, our first snow and temperature in the teens happened early October. I have been slowly building a wardrobe since May that will work in this new climate. Current favorite outfit: light gray v neck oversized wool sweater tucked into a black cord a line skirt, with fleece lined black tights and black Chelsea snow boots. For when it’s cold but not snowing-14 degrees F-cold, at that cold I just stay inside.
I love that you found an outfit/uniform that works for the weather. And that you have found y our groove in that large transition. Also, hard agree on staying in when it dips wayyyyy tooo low.