Dressed for: Lag Time

Already Pretty outfit featuring ivory oversized sweater, olive leggings, Frye Harness 12R boots, JW Hulme tote

Sweater – Gudrun Sjödén
Leggings – Nordstrom (no longer available) – similar/sustainable
Boots – Frye Harness 12R (made in the U.S.)
Bag – J.W. Hulme (made in the U.S.)
Earrings – Sam Edelman (no longer available) – similarsustainable

You locals will no doubt recognize that this is a pre-Thanksgiving outfit. Yep, we’ve got snow on the ground now. But the moment Thanksgiving wrapped, I got spectacularly sick, so you’ll have to bear with me while I post a few older outfits!

I bought this sweater at the Gudrun store in Soho. Since I’ve partnered with the brand for several years running, I wanted to swing by and connect … but a massive rainstorm hit and most of the staff had gone home in advance of the deluge. HM and I hid out until the rain let up and I still had a blast trying on items from the fall line. I sized up to get a loose, oversized fit and have worn this sweater at least six times since I brought it home. It’s not nearly as itchy as some of my other lambswool sweaters, so I just do a tank or tee underneath.


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2 Responses to “Dressed for: Lag Time”

  1. Mia

    I’m so bummed that I didn’t think to visit the GS store on my first trip to New York back in October. I’d love to go surround myself in the whole aspirational lifestyle thing. (Eat your heart out, Anthropologie.)

  2. Ruth Slavid

    I have seen you wear other clothes by GS and you always look great in them. So I went back as I have before and looked at their website. And again I see a lot of frumpy unflattering clothes that would make me a look like a super-annuated hippy. I am mystified by how you take those particular clothes and make them look sharp and contemporary and cool – a real piece of alchemy that I could not emulate.