This month’s outfits have been all about cozy sweaters and holiday dresses. I have been so into cardigans this season, as well as pops of yellow, corduroy, and versatile sweater dresses. Read on to see my November outfits roundup.
This fringe sweater and red miniskirt is the perfect combination for a cute and cozy Thanksgiving outfit. Not too dressed up but also not too dressed down, I love the ease of this look paired with floral embroidered ankle boots. The best part is that both pieces are super affordable. The fringe sweater is from SheIn and is only $21, while the skirt is from H&M and under $50. I added pops of orange with “Fancy” heart earrings and my favorite initial necklace. I completed the look with my new everyday booties and ankle socks.
This next outfit is one of my favorite casual looks I’ve worn this month. I fell in love with this pink cardigan as it’s the perfect fit with the cropped length and puff shoulders. I love wearing it buttoned up like a cropped sweater and paired with vintage high-rise jeans. These jeans from Jordache are seriously so good with the structured fit and double toned design. I love denim that has weight to it, and these jeans and denim jacket are both amazing high quality denim. For my accessories, I balanced girly and cool with a pink headband, pearl handbag, and velvet clogs.
Holiday season is officially upon as, so of course I had to share a holiday-inspired outfit. This corduroy dress from Unique Vintage is the most gorgeous green and so appropriate for the holiday season. I actually love pinafore dresses for Fall and Winter as they are meant to be layered over something, making them easy to style for cold weather. For a fancy holiday dinner look, I paired the dress with a beaded silk yellow blouse from Kobi Halperin. I swear this blouse and this dress are made for each other. I completed the outfit with a burgundy bag and shoes, and of course had to deck myself out in tons of jewelry in true holiday fashion.
I am just as shocked as you guys that I’m wearing a minimalist outfit. But something about this white sweater dress really spoke to me, so much so that I even did a Youtube and Instagram video on how to style this dress 5 ways. I like this dress because even though it’s a minimal color, there are cool design details to it such as the (super) high slit, round zipper, and logo on the sleeves. The slit on this dress actually makes it great for layering over tights and paired with over the knee boots (both shown in the styling video below). For this outfit, I kept it minimalist chic with snakeskin booties, a forest green handbag, and safety pin earrings.
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