You last saw this jacket, here. I had thrown it on over my outfit because it wasn't yet cool enough for a jacket, but October came around and I have finally gotten to wear it! It's truly my favorite jacket of all time. The Wedgwood details just make me so happy and the extra quilting in the body of the coat are especially appreciated by me when we have days in the low 40's!
You last saw these faux suede leggings in this post. They weren't yet available online but now they are! They run true to size and are cozy and super soft. I'm wearing a size small.
I actually bought this sweater on a whim. I loved the over-sized look and cable pattern; plus the color is a perfect pale oatmeal. It was a gamble in that it's 85% acrlylic- so the quality was questionable, but that's to be expected in a sweater under $50. However, this sweater feels wonderful. It's soft and stretchy and chunky... the weight of it is luxe so it doesn't look 'cheap' like I thought it might be!
Needless to say, I was quite pleased. I really wanted a tunic-length sweater like this to pair with leggings and this fit the bill without breaking the bank! I typically find the sizing to run all sorts of weird, but in this sweater, I'd say it runs true to size. I'm wearing a size small and it's cozy and over-sized just like it's supposed to be! I'm also looking forward to wearing it with puffer vests because it's a heavy enough weight that, paired with a puffer vest, will be plenty of warmth for a Pittsburgh's November weather!