Monday, October 9, 2017

Out West Sweater

Southern Roots TX Sweater // Jeans // Mules // Hat // Bag

'Tis the season for floppy hats! I've recently shared this black hat on the blog, but soon will be bringing taupe and wine colored hats to EH. They are a favorite of mine for fall this year. I wore them non-stop in Charlotte this weekend, pretending it was cooler than it actually was. Charlotte was a breath of fresh air this weekend. I was so lucky to spend so much time with my best friend in the entire world, Tessa. We have been friends since freshman year of high school and she has been my role model since the day I met her. I also follow in her footsteps quite a bit- we were both captains of our cheerleading teams in HS, Student Body Presidents, and homecoming queens! It is crazy weird how similar we are and how much we have in common in life. She truly is the loveliest person I know and such a godly loving human being. Saying goodbye to her this weekend (she graduated from NC State this summer and lives in Charlotte now) wasn't too hard because she will be in Raleigh this weekend and we are double dating (Mason is coming up too!) for the start of the NC State Fair on Saturday. I feel like I am crawling on my hands and knees trying to get to this weekend, as I have three midterms this week. Seeing my two favorite people is going to be the absolute best after such a crazy week.

When mule, skull, etc. prints became a trend, I truthfully had such a hard time finding a piece of clothing I loved with the design. I absolutely adored the concept, but struggled to find a top that wasn't flooded with flowers or wasn't an inexpensive printed tee. I am swooning over this Southern Roots TX sweater! How gorgeous is the design and the taupe, black, and white mixture?! The colors of this sweater are going to make it so versatile to layer underneath different color utility jackets and coats this fall/winter. I love how it pairs with black denim and could easily throw it on with blue or white denim as well. This sweater is perfect for fluctuating NC weather right now, because it isn't a heavy material and would look so cute paired with jean shorts and booties. Taupe is one of my favorite colors, but this sweater comes in 4 colors! The link above will take you to my exact sweater, but you can search "Outwest Sweater" to shop my top in grey, silver, and midnight as well. It's less than $70 and typically I wouldn't spend this much on a sweater, but truly believe the price is worth it because of: the versatility it's colors give it and the lightness of the material, making it easily to build on top of.

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