Dressed for: West Coast Memories

Already Pretty outfit featuring Boden Coatigan, asymmetric tunic, leggings, black ankle boots

Duster – Boden
Tunic – gr.Dano
Leggings – Hue (no longer available) – similar
Booties – Steve Madden (no longer available) – similar
Earrings – Lava 9similar

This cowl neck tunic came home with me in April after visiting Audi in San Francisco, and as I sat down to write this post I realized the earrings were purchased on the same trip. The tunic is pretty lightweight and I wasn’t sure I could make it work for colder weather, but it’s perfect with this Boden “coatigan.” (I’ve also heard “swobe” – sweater + robe. Though not from actual Boden.) Grays. I love ’em, but when the undertones fail to line up just so, they can look wacky together. Glad these two pieces play nicely together – a stroke of unexpected luck!

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4 Responses to “Dressed for: West Coast Memories”

  1. Ruth Slavid

    Is this an indoor outfit? I suspect so – a lightweight tunic and a cosy ‘coatigan’ looks a better weight for indoors than out (actually I am currently wearing much more than that indoors, but we Brits are notoriously mean about putting the heating on). So my question is, what do you put on top of the coatigan when you go outside for real, rather than just posing for photos? I understand that you like the coatigan because it is long and swingy but both those pose a challenge for the outer layer.

    • Sally McGraw

      Yes, this is an indoor outfit. I think of the coatigan like a long cardigan, and wear a winter coat on top of it – probably my knee-length down coat.

  2. lawyerdoll

    Fantastic look… what luck the pieces worked together! I especially like the interest of the long lapel and the funny little pockets on the “coatigan”, the the effect of the asymmetric hemline of the tunic peeking from under the coat. Really cool!