Friday, October 19, 2018

Sweater Poncho From Stitch Fix+ WW Link Up

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Is it cold (yet) where you live?  Here in New England, we seem to have skipped right over fall and headed straight into winter temperatures.  Seriously, today was a high of 46 degrees, in October! I've already had my favorite sweaters on heavy rotation for the past couple of weeks, so I was excited to find this poncho sweater staring at me when I opened up my latest Stitch Fix shipment.

If you've been following along for a while, then you know I'm a big fan of the personal styling service, and each shipment never seems to disappoint.  This time around, it was this Leo & Nicole poncho that was the keeper.  My fix also included a great pair of legging (they were too similar to my Spanx ones, so I didn't keep them),  a knit t-shirt dress, a black blazer, and a pair of booties.  I did a try-on session of my Fix on my Instagram Stories, so if you'd like to see the other items, head on over to my Instagram.   You can find it under the Stitch Fix highlights.

The weather happened to be on the warmer side when I took these photos, so I decided to pair the poncho with my black jeans and open toe booties, for an early fall look.  For these cooler days, I've been switching out my open toe booties for a closed toe option, or have been wearing it with leggings and knee high boots.

Speaking of boots, mine are currently on sale.  Target is having a buy one, get one at 50% off sale on select boots!  I checked out the selection, and there are a lot of cute options!  I linked all of my sale picks below.  Hurry, this offer is only valid through 10/20.

Sweater Poncho

Turtleneck Sweater

If you're unfamiliar with Stitch Fixit is a personal styling service where items are picked out based upon your style preferences, and delivered right to your door step.  Upon signing up, you are asked questions about your style, then assigned a stylist who picks out five items per shipment to send you.  You have three days to try on the clothes and decide what you want to keep or send back. This is the best part about the service, since you are able to do this in the comfort of your own home. You simply keep what you want, and send the rest back in the prepaid shipping bag that is provided. There is a styling fee with each box of $20, however, if you decide to purchase items from your box, then the $20 is put towards your purchase.  If you decide to keep all 5 items, then you get a 25% discount! And it's for everyone.  Stitch Fix carries women sizes from XS-3X, men's, petite and maternity!

You can check out my previous Stitch Fix reviews here and here.

Sweaeter Poncho From Stitch Fix

Turtleneck Sweater Poncho
Sweater Poncho via Stitch Fix| Jeans| Booties| Sunglasses| Hat| Earrings c/o

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Target Sale Boot Picks



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The feature blogger is Monica of Jersey Girl, Texan Heart.  She recently celebrated her 31st birthday and looks amazing!  I'm loving her post on what she would tell her younger self.  Make sure to check it out, and say hello.

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Friday, October 12, 2018

Black and White Crochet + WW Link Up

Bell Sleeve Top
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At this point, it's safe to say that I have a large obsession for lace (and crochet) tops.  In fact, they seem to be taking over my closet, and I'm not the least bit mad about it (you can see my last two lace purchases styled here and here).   I have to admit though, I think this black and white number is my favorite.  Between the crochet detailing, black accents, and the bell sleeves I'm in love.  I decided to pair it with my black skinnies for a perfect date night look, however, what I like most is that it can be styled endless ways.  It would look great tucked into a black pencil skirt or trousers for an office look, or you can go casual by throwing it on with a pair of distressed jeans and booties.  It will also make a perfect option for the upcoming holiday season.  Pair it with a full skirt or velvet pants, and you're holiday ready.

Do you have an item of clothing that you can't stop adding to your closet?

Crochet Top with Bell Sleeves

Bell Sleeves

Lace Top With Bell Sleeves

Black and White Crochet Top

Crochet Bell Sleeves

Long Sleeve Crochet Top
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The feature blogger is Ashleigh of The Lady About Town.  Not only does she look amazing in blue, but I'm in love with her clutch.  Make sure to stop by her blog and say hello!


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Friday, October 5, 2018

One Cardigan Three Ways + Link Up

Belted Cardigan
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Cardigan season is in full swing here in New England, and I couldn't be happier.  As much as I love spending my days at the beach, it's this 55-60 degree weather that I truly love, and am most excited to dress for.   Recently, I shared my round up of this season's best cardigans, and today I'm showing you how you can style a cardigan multiple ways, simply by changing your accessories.  A fun way to do this is by adding a belt.  Not only does it give an oversized cardigan a little shape, but it's a cute way to close a cardigan that doesn't have buttons.  I also love layering a scarf over my cardigan.  In addition to providing extra warmth and coziness, a scarf makes a great statement piece.  Of course, you can never go wrong with wearing a cardigan on it's own.  One adds the perfect amount of warmth when wearing a tank or camisole, and looks great with everything from jeans to dresses.

My oversized cardigan is from one of my favorite retailers, Chicwish, and beyond comfortable!  I'm headed to Killington, VT this weekend for a little leaf peeping and fall fun with the family, and you can bet this cardigan is coming with me!

How to belt a cardigan

Oversized Cardigan

How to wear an oversized cardigan

Knit Cardigan

oversized cardigan

oversized cardigan

Oversized Cardigan




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The feature blogger is Kristin from Countdown to Friday.  I'm loving the color of her cardigan, and this classic look! How cute is the beret on her? Make sure to stop by Kristin's blog and say hello.


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