Dressed for: Mixed Neutrals, Mixed Metals

Already Pretty outfit featuring Karen Kane asymmetric tunic, Karen Kane zuma jeans, ankle boots, layered chain necklace, handmade leather bag

Tunic Рcourtesy Karen Kane (no longer available in this color) Рtank version
Jeans – Zuma courtesy Karen Kane (no longer available in this color) – similar
Boots – Clarks (no longer available) – similar
Necklaces – thrifted – similar look
Bracelet – Seasons on St. Croix Gallerysimilar
Earrings – gift – similar
Bag – Stick Dog Leather

Ahhh, two of my favorites in one outfit: Mixed neutrals and mixed metals. Throw in a little asymmetry, and I’m happy as can be. This tunic is sold out in black on the Karen Kane site, but there are still a few left at Zappos and the plus size version at 6pm. It’s a mid-weight knit that’s ideal for transitional weather, which is what we’re still having these days. Not complaining, though: 50 degrees is my temperature sweet spot.

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2 Responses to “Dressed for: Mixed Neutrals, Mixed Metals”

  1. Anamarie

    You are totally channeling Halle Berry, Sally! You look amazing!

  2. No Fear of Fashion

    Looking good. Although I still have to get used to your more rock chick outfits. I am so used to your colourful dresses and skirts (still am, I know, I should move on, like you did, shouldn’t I?)
    But this does look good on you. The necklace and bracelet are perfect.
    And thanks for the inspiration. I just remembered I have such a transitional sweater too. Better get it out of my closet before it is too warm (as if…! Holland! Cold country.)
    Greetje