Top, L to R:
Rag & Bone Katya sweater | $176 after GRECHEN20 code for 20% off at Hampden Clothing
Tory Burch Ozzy sweater | $221 after code TBSPRING for 25% off
Zara sweater with transparent shoulders | $59 at Zara (I’m crazy about this sweater. And the model’s hair)
Botton, L to R:
VKOO cotton oversized tee | $168 at VKOO
Uniqlo short-sleeve sweater | $29.90 at Uniqlo
360 sweater annabelle pullover | $119 after FRNFAM2 for 25% off at Saks
You know I’m a cardigan girl; I have more than I can count (not really, but you know what I mean). Cardigans just seem easier to “throw” on with anything, and I’ve always like the slouchy look they bring to an outfit. But lately, I think I like the more “pulled together” look of a pullover (haha). For springtime, they’re really easy to pull on over a tank top, and unless it’s 100+ degrees, they’re not too hot (if they’re an open knit, and short sleeved), and add an element of style to any outfit. The most practical styles for Texas spring are the Uniqlo and VKOO sweaters (VKOO’s sending me one to review – and we’ll be doing a giveaway soon!!), but if I’m going to be inside, any of the long-sleeved versions will do.
Do you transition to lighter-weight pullovers for spring? Or do you prefer cardigans? Or just t-shirts? 😉
Do I transition? Is the moon made of cheese?? (the correct answer is “Yes.”) Cardigans, pullovers, cotton, light cashmere…I love ’em all! I have one closet with Fall/Winter clothes and one closet with Spring/Summer clothes. The dressers are more of a problem, because I have to move all of my foldables out of the bins and into the closet. Now, the question becomes, “Do I really want to move EVERYTHING out of my bedroom closet and into the guest room, only to do it all again in a few months?” (It’s a chore. I think that means I have too much clothing!) 😉
Oh, before I totally forget, does VKOO ever do the $20 off coupon that INHABIT does??