Okay, I’m not literally going to teach you how to knit, in fact, I would love to learn one day, but in the mean time, I will just purchase mine for now.
What I mean is… let me teach you how to style your knits! Don’t feel limited to just wearing your sweaters one way. Dress them up, dress them down, layer them, and style them! Allow your knit to sort of act as a blank canvas to express your unique style.
Most of my knits were featured on my 2015 Winter Lookbook Part 1 video blog that I featured a few weeks ago. Be sure to check out this vlog so you can see these outfits in action!
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I layered my turtleneck hi low knit over a stripped collar button up (see here for a similar top). I also can’t get enough of these patchwork Old Navy skinny jeans… I could live in these! These hot pink pointed heels are also a must, click here for these beauties. Here I changed out my jeans for a classic leather mini. Found this vintage beauty at a thrift store, but click here and here for similar looks.
These Chinese Laundry suede peep toes are a must! Click here for super savings!
This time I kept the leather skirt, and changed out my knit. This cowl neck cropped sweater can be worn casually or dressed up, like I’m wearing here.
Love this cut out high low hem sweater dress! I took this sweater and gave it an edgier look simply by adding a spiked embellished bib necklace (Zara), see a similar edgy look here. Absolutely love these peep toe leather booties from my partner store, Your Resale. Direct Message them if you see anything you like! Click here for a similar edgy boot.
For a softer look, I paired this dress with a beautiful
For a more chic look, I wore an Emlishops beaded gold necklace with my favorite Chinese Laundry peep toes.
You’ll never believe this… This entire look is from Your Resale and Plato’s Closet–meaning they are all thrift finds! I found these gorgeous turquoise red bottom pointed heels (see similar look here) and oversized knit (see similar here) from my partner store, Your Resale. Follow them on Instagram, and direct message them if you see what you like! These never worn Abercrombie distressed boyfriend jeans (see similar here) were found for 9 bucks, with tags still attached!
Just saw that this genuine suede fringe clutch is on sale for $20.93. Did I mention it’s real suede?