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Perfect Cardigans For Sweater Weather

Sweater Weather Loves: Set 1

Sweater Weather Loves: Set 2


I was pleasantly surprised to find that I needed a cozy sweater this morning for my daily walk with the doxies. Fall has graced us with its presence and I couldn't be happier! Inspired by the slight chill of autumn and this post, I wanted to share with you some of my favorite trends for sweaters this season.

Vintage & Chic Ways To Style Sweaters:

1. Pair a bulky, knit sweater with a short skirt
2. Cropped cardigans fit perfectly with high-wasited pencil skirts
3. Longer sweaters create nice lines when tucked into Katherine Hepburn style trousers.


What is great about sweaters this season is that they aren't mere accessories. They are part of the outfit and statement in the ensemble. Which ones are your favorites? I'd love to know!

Enjoy this blustery day! xo, Jolie



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