Dressed for: Earthy Neutrals

Already Pretty outfit featuring olive green cardigan, black full skirt dress, Frye Vera Slouch boots, Ellington hobo, Dana LeBlanc necklace

Cardigan – thrifted – similar
Dress – Old Navy (no longer available) – similar
Belt – Gap (had it since high school) – similar
Tights – Banana Republic (no longer available) – similar
Boots – Frye Vera Slouch
Bag – courtesy Ellington Handbags
Necklace – Dana LeBlanc
Earrings – The Mexican Shopsimilar

I have no idea why, but I tend to reach for colors on weekdays and neutrals on weekends. This earthy neutral mix felt perfect for a Sunday filled with errands. It was, however, the last time this thrifted cardigan got worn as something in my washing machine tore a giant hole in the shoulder that couldn’t be mended. Sigh. Well, at least I got a pair of olive green fake socks out of the deal.


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12 Responses to “Dressed for: Earthy Neutrals”

  1. D

    Oh, that is a bummer about your cardigan. It is such a pretty color! Good call with the fake socks though! Also, that necklace is really pretty.

  2. Mia

    Aw, no! I was just about to say how much I liked this cardigan. But that’s entropy for you, I guess, and all good clothes have to go sometime…

  3. Michelle

    I saw this and then read the petite busty post. I kept thinking this outfit worked with all the criteria for the petite busty woman too.

    I looooove that necklace. Looooooveeee

  4. Eddi

    I wish you would stop taping down your cardigans. They always pull and lay so oddly that way. They are adorably cute outfits, but all I can see is the way it pulls so tight and unnaturally across your bust!

    Love the outfit otherwise, though; so sad to hear about the green cardigan going the way of the dodo. Maybe you’ll be able to find something similar elsewhere?

    • Sally

      This cardigan is not taped. It is cotton and the dress is cotton, so the pulling is the fibers catching on one another.