You may be thinking that June is arguably not the most traditional month to wear a cashmere sweater, but with the temperature fluctuating between 65 and 90, and the relentless blast of the AC at various establishments, I would beg to differ. Per usual I’ve styled one casual look, one office look, and one going out look. Let’s jump in, shall we? You all know the drill by now.
For the weekend, I decided to go for a mix of grunge and feminine. The ripped jeans go perfectly with a half tucked sweater and slider sandals (seriously, how comfy do those look?), and a laser cut tote with pink accessories and beauty products helps to refine the look. I would wear big loose curls in my hair (most likely left over from the night prior) with this outfit and be ready for a Saturday of brunch and running errands.
I used a bright and crisp floral printed skirt to bring the sweater into the warmer seasons at the office. Mixed with killer heels and lady like accessories, your coworkers won’t even notice that you’ve basically circumvented the “no snuggies” rule at your office. Bring on the air conditioning.
This might be my favorite look out of the three. Strappy sandals and skinny leather pants mixed with bold printed accessories give the sweater formerly known as the office appropriate snuggie some sex appeal. The 90’s inspired choker makes it all the better. The one pictured here is only $6 and I’m debating getting it to relive my glory days as a fourth grader. Wear this look for a night out with the girls with big curls in your hair, wake up the next morning and refer to Look #1.
What do you guys think? How do you style your cashmere sweaters?
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