Dressed for: Always Red

Already Pretty outfit featuring red distressed sweater, plaid scarf, skinny jeans, combat boots

Sweater – used via The Realrealsimilarsustainable/used
Tank – Targetsimilar/sustainable
Scarf – handmade/art gallery – similar/sustainable
Jeans – Gap (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Boots – Steve Madden (no longer available) – similarsustainable/used
Earrings – Macy’s (no longer available) – similar/sustainable

I may have stripped out most colors from my wardrobe, but I’ll never give up my reds. This sweater – holes on purpose! – is a recent score from The Realreal and much as I love it, not sure I can wear it again until spring. The open weave and sprinkling of holes means it’s mighty breeze for winter wear, even teamed with a scarf!

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4 Responses to “Dressed for: Always Red”

  1. crtfly

    The sweater with only a tank underneath doesn’t seem at all warm enough for the weather over your way. Maybe if you wear a coat with it too?

    Chris

  2. No Fear of Fashion

    Like you I love red. With the holes in the sweater, you still have the bad ass vibe. The boots help too. Clever how you found this sweater. So in line with your state of mind.
    Greetje
    PS Thermo underwear, black, can also help in winter. As this is one of these sweaters which is only for the temperature it never is more than 5 days a year. The in-between-temperature.