Happy Friday! It’s been awhile since our last blog post. Honestly we’ve been feeling a bit uninspired lately. This time of the year can be a bit hard for us fashion-wise. Winter starts to feel long and we end up feeling like we wear the same outfits and shoes on repeat. Hopefully we’ll get back into posting blog posts consistently very soon!
On another note- we’re at that awkward time in the year where you want to start shopping for spring, yet it’s still really cold outside(at least if you live somewhere where it truly feels like winter). I’ve definitely been tempted to start shopping for spring clothes, but I’ve resisted since spring is nowhere near in sight for me. You’ll find me bundled up in sweaters for at least another month. Since I’m still wearing winter clothes and will be for awhile, today I’m sharing with you another cozy, winter outfit.
This winter I have been obsessed with mock-neck and turtleneck tops. They’ve definitely been a must have for me. I love the look of them, plus they give you some added warmth. When I came across this mock-neck pullover on J. Crew factory’s website, I knew I needed to get it. Plus, it was on sale!
This J. Crew Factory mock-neck pullover is very soft on the inside. It’s quite thick too, which is so nice for the winter months! This pullover is pretty fitted so I would suggest sizing up one size if you’re planning on buying it. I usually wear an extra small in J. Crew tops, except in vests and sweaters that I want to be looser for laying. I went with a size small in this pullover and think it fits perfectly!
I decided to style this pullover with a pair of my favorite American Eagle jeggings and my my go-to booties. I wanted to keep this look cozy and simple. The pullover comes in a heather gray/black color as well, but there are only a few sizes left in that one. The heather oatmeal color that I’m wearing, is fully stocked except for one size.
Now I want to know one of your winter must-haves for this year. Let me know what you’re loving in the comments below!
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Photos by Brittany Laures at Northern Gold Photography