It’s finally getting chilly in Georgia, and I’m not quite sure how I feel about it. I love fall, and the upcoming holidays, but I hate being cold! At least the weather in Atlanta is a lot milder than NYC, and I don’t have to walk as much in the freezing cold. I haven’t figured out yet whether I’ll miss the snow or not.
I’ve been dressing very plain lately, which explains the lack of outfit posts, but I really loved this neutral and simple look that I put together and wanted to snap some quick photos. Drapey sweaters are totally my thing (one look in my closet will affirm this) and this sweater with a knit panel is right up my alley. Not only is it super comfortable, but I feel like it can go with anything. I picked it up when I was in Korea last Christmas in one of those giant shopping markets where everyone only comes in one size. I love how well it flows with the drop waist faux leather skirt from Zara that I never know what to pair with.
While unpacking from my move (yes, still) I’m still discovering things that I’ve completely forgotten about. This pair of quilted Tory Burch flats is one of them, I bought them years and years ago, but they sat gathering dust in a bin somewhere. They are still in great condition, and barely worn (the guilt kicks in right about now).
Finishing off this outfit is a big bauble necklace from the J.Crew outlet a few years ago & my trusty Goyard tote. I’m not exaggerating when I say that it goes with EVERYTHING. I really love it, and don’t see myself buying a new bag anytime soon.
What I’m wearing: sweater from Korea, Zara skirt, J.Crew outlet necklace, Uniqlo over the knee socks, Tory Burch quilted flats, Goyard tote