Jeans: BDG (Urban Outfitters)
Scarf: Simply Vera Vera Wang (exclusively at Kohl’s)
First off, sorry for the terrible lighting in my house. Second, my apologies for not doing an outfit post sooner. My Winter Break clothes haven’t been that blog-worthy lately. However, I thought that this outfit was worth it.
I know what you’re probably thinking about the top: Delia’s? Yes, it’s from Delia’s, the one store that teenage girls used to love because they still had a catalog, carried clever graphic t-shirts and made of the best jeans. I decided to go in and take a look at the one in my local mall and found this super bright and soft cropped sweater on sale for only $13. I couldn’t resist. It was buy one, get one free so I bought a longer, purple sweater too. Not only is this piece comfy but it’s made in the USA (woot woot for American manufacturing!).
Moving on, I’m sure it’s hard to tell from the lighting, but as soon as I bought this sweater, I knew I had to pair it with my high waist BDG jeans. You’ve probably seen me wear this pair in green in a previous post I did. I haven’t worn these in a while and was surprised at how comfortable this pair is compared to my green pair. Plus, I love the fact that I don’t have to cuff these jeans because they’re supposed to be ankle length, but have the perfect inseam for my tiny self.
Now, the shoes. Let me tell you how much I went through to get these shoes. I had spotted these on Aldo’s website about two months ago and was dying for them. When I went to one of the stores here on Long Island, the sales associate had requested to have them shipped from SoHo. After two weeks, I thought all hope was lost, he called today and said the shoes were in (I was wearing black flats with this before). Hallelujah! I’m excited to wear them tonight when I go out. They’re platform wedges that give me an extra 3”.
Lastly, my circular scarf is the one accessory I wear almost everyday. I happened to spot it in my local Kohl’s a few months ago and fell in love. It is so comfy and cozy and goes with everything. It also has some shiny threads in it to make it pop. I love to wear this at school to give me some extra warmth as I walk around Manhattan or when I’m sitting in a chilly classroom at school.