oversized sweater style

The temperature might be higher that normal and snow is melting more and more, but it doesn’t stop cold wind gusts and flues that you catch after them. This is one of the reasons why my winter outfits are always warm and cozy. It’s as simple as it gets.

I think that all of the fellow bloggers who take their pictures in the freezing cold, wearing their summer dresses and flats, deserve more that just a gold medal! I admire them because I can’t do it like this)

Someone needs to show their sweaters so let it be me 🙂 This sweater was bought just before Christmas when my parents were visiting me. My mom actually spotted it and told me that I need to try it. Being an oversize sweater lover, I did it and I loved it. Super warm, but breathable, with an amazing color that matches every pair of pants that I own, this cozy thing stole my heart. I know that a piece of clothing is just a piece of clothing, but sometimes it’s just more. Don’t you all agree?

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Sweater: Mendocino | Pants: Zara | Boots: Marc Fischer | Coat: Zara

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It’s the last day of November so I’ve decided to share my last fall look! You probably saw this oversized sweater everywhere since H&M started to sell it and here I am also wearing it.

Needless to say love it, I’ve been wearing tis turtleneck ever since I bought it and will continue to snuggle in it for the whole winter season. Now for the styling. This colour ensemble will fit absolutely any bottoms that you have (not printed of course), so here I am rocking it with my fave pair of beige ants and brown ankle boots.

Red color in the sweater’s print dare for the red lip, which I tried, but not this time 🙂 Looking at my wardrobe right now I see that I went a bit to crazy with the oversize sweater trend and now half of my wardrobe has only this  type of sweater.

In other news, I’m slowly preparing for my birthday (which is in less than a week) and making the list of all the Christmas trees in the area) View Post