Sweater: The Limited (on sale!) / Shirt: The Limited / Jeans: Nine West via Marshalls/ Necklace: J.Crew via eBay / Clutch: thrifted / Heels: BCBG / Bracelet: Groopdealz / Watch: vintage Rolex, my late Grandmother's / Lips: Revlon "Really Red" matte
For my second idea of how to style a graphic sweater, I wanted to dress it up more than before, but still keep things somewhat low key. This outfit would be perfect for date night or drinks with the girls. The denim on bottom still keeps things simple, but the buttoned-up top with embroidered dots, the statement necklace, the heels, and the red lip really elevate the graphic sweater to a dressier look than Part 1. You could easily transition this to an office-appropriate look by swapping out the jeans for a skirt- I love the idea of pairing this outfit with a burgundy pencil or skater skirt.
If you ask me, The Limited has been killing it lately. It goes without saying that I'm a little obsessed with this Eiffel Tower sweater since I've dedicated a multi-post series to it, and I can't tell you how much I love this shirt with the embroidered dots. It's so much different than any other shirt I own, but the simple blue/white pinstripe print makes this piece so versatile. It will definitely get its fair share of wear this season.
Graphic Sweater, Three Ways