Cozy Sweater for Spring

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Sweater: Madewell, Similar Less Expensive [I have this and love too!] | Top: Similar | Jeans: Nordstrom | Boots: Joie, Similar | Bag: Chloe, Similar | Necklace: Similar | Watch: Michele | Bracelets: David Yurman, Hermes, Alex & Ani | Lipstick: Requiem

Photography by: Angie Garcia

My friends and I joke that I’m the grandma of the group. I get excited over Chopped marathons on Food Network. I get excited over new cleaning supplies from Target. I get excited over no plans. And I get even more excited about a cozy sweater.

However, I’ve found a lot of cozy sweaters aren’t versatile. Before you say, “Um? Are you sure? How is a big, baggy sweater not versatile?” I’ll explain. I have a batch of sweaters in my closet and I know what jeans they must go with so I don’t look sloppy. And then of course, there are those beige sweaters that really need to pair with faux leather leggings so I don’t look one shade all over. Sometimes I just want a good cardigan to slip on.

I found this cardigan one Sunday shopping trip after church. Paul’s favorite lunch spot happens to be in the same shopping center as all my favorite shops. I don’t even care we eat the same thing every weekend because I’m like, “Hey, babe. I just need to pop into Sephora and exchange something.” When he asks what it is I need to exchange I just mumble something like, “I need to exchange glances with the new Dior foundation.” You know, the normal exchange.

Go down one size and this thing can be worn year round! It’s warm enough to keep you from a miserable cold office, but the cut and arm length makes it flattering for a spring or summer style! Versatility. Comfort. A flattering cut. Looks like this grandma wins. 😉

Thanks so much for stopping by, have a happy Wednesday!


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  1. Kathryn wrote:

    I love a great cozy cardigan! These are always great to have around.

    xx Kathryn

    Published 17 Feb 16Reply
  2. The fringe on that sweater is too stinking cute! Great find gal

    xo Laura Leigh

    Published 17 Feb 16Reply
  3. Loving this cozy spring look!!! Super darling cardigan! xo


    Published 17 Feb 16Reply
  4. Hannah wrote:

    I love that sweater! I understand what you are talking about in terms of working your jeans with your sweaters. Love this!

    Published 17 Feb 16Reply
  5. That sweater looks SO comfy! Definitely something that needs to get in my closet! <3

    Published 17 Feb 16Reply
  6. Love this! I feel the same way about baggy sweaters and cardis and this one has a great cut! Also, love the lip color but what do you use on your brows?! I need a new brow product, thanks!

    Published 17 Feb 16Reply
  7. Jourdan wrote:

    Hi! I love this post, my friends and I always joke how we always just wear lulu and workout clothes during the day because our closest are only full of night time outfits or dressy options. Could you maybe do a post of laid back outfits that are still cute like basics? Where to get the best basic tee’s for under sweaters, how to wear the tennis shoe look with a cute outfit, the cutest graphic tees? etc xoxo

    Published 17 Feb 16Reply
  8. Nikki wrote:

    I love your bag – Chloe Marcie. Can you please comment on the color – name and pros/cons of the color?

    Published 09 Jul 17Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Nikki!

      The color is curry. I love how unique it is, but it did easily stain.

      Published 09 Jul 17Reply