Dressed for: Marl and Heather

Already Pretty featuring Vince sweater, Gap jeans, crossbody bag, ankle boots, long pendant necklace

Sweater – Vince via Twice – similar look
Jeans – Gap Factory High-rise Skinny
Boots – Clarks (no longer available) – similar
Bag – Lily and Lola courtesy Shop Adorn (no longer available) – similar finish/size
Necklace – eBaysimilar look
Earrings – courtesy April Kawaoka

I love the way marled and heathered knits soften colors. Not that tan is a hard, bright color, but the uneven flecks of darker and lighter tones make an already soft wool sweater look even softer. Wore this for an afternoon of relaxed reading in a cafe – one of my favorite ways to spend weekend time. Hope relaxation is on your docket for this weekend, too!

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4 Responses to “Dressed for: Marl and Heather”

  1. Caitlin

    Can I ask a silly question? I have been trying to replicate this look all winter, inspired primarily by your lovely images, and…my socks keep falling down inside my low boots! Then my ankles get chilly, and my pants ride up and there’s a weird gap of skin, and it all goes to heck. How do you keep your socks up?

    • Sally McGraw

      Not silly at ALL! I think it’s partially that the socks I wear are snug and don’t tend to slip down regardless of the style of shoe they’re worn with. These are the ones: http://amzn.to/1GHYzZk I pull them up past the jean cuff, and then make sure the cuff and boot top are spaced just a tiny bit apart. Another solution might be to do much taller socks like knee socks and pull them all the way up under your jeans. The idea being to make sure any gap is covered by sock somehow.

      And my ankles absolutely freeze with this look unless it’s quite warm. Then I do let a little ankle show through – like this: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/83175924343446258/

      Hope that helps, Caitlin!