Friday, October 13, 2017

Burgundy Sweater Dress

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Happy Friday, Friends! Today I'm sharing one of my most worn, go-to looks for fall. Since it has been so hot recently, I haven't been able to actually enjoy this look yet for this year. But as soon as the weather cools off a bit, I'll be living in sweater dresses! I've always been a dress girl. Although I probably wear jeans more than anything, I'd choose a dress over pants any day! That's why I have a deep love for sweater dresses and usually end up collecting quite a few. This one is so cozy, yet it's not a thick, uncomfortable material. I love the fit, and the shade of burgundy is absolutely gorgeous! It's only $51 as well. I also recently purchased this one (only $51, as well) that I'm so excited to wear. It's the perfect neutral sweater dress to pair with tons of different scarves. I also love pairing my sweater dresses with vests, ponchos and more. They look great with booties, knee high boots, OTK boots and especially with Hunter Boots :) 

I hope y'all are gearing up for a great weekend! Do y'all have anything fun planned? I'm technically on fall break this weekend for school, but I have a few things due by Sunday, which means I won't be taking an actual break haha. Anyways, it looks like the temps are supposed to feel more like fall this upcoming week, and I'm so excited! We have a lot of fun fall things planned next week and the week after that. Madeline is so excited for Halloween! Do y'all have any fun fall traditions?

Thanks for stopping by!
Delightfully Yours,

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