DETAILS: Forever 21+ sheer top (similar & similar)| Hooked Up by IOT sweater from Macy’s (similar & similar) | Old Navy RockStar skinny jeans | brown woven leather loafers from Target | Kenneth Jay Lane crescent pendant necklace via Ideeli (aff)
I’ve gotten in the bad habit of wearing things once, then getting rid of them. To be fair, this is, in part, because I’ve been losing weight faster than I can wear some of my clothes, so by the time I go to wear them again, they’re too big. But I’m still trying to encourage myself to stop buying new and find ways to rework what I already have before it’s too late.
I wore these jeans in one of my first outfit of the day posts, and I almost waited too long to wear them again. Thankfully, this particular style of jeans from Old Navy are SUPER skinny, so while the waist is big and required a belt, the legs of the jeans still fit pretty nicely.
I wore this gold sweater on my birthday in December and I actually took outfit photos that night, but they were blurry because of crappy lighting, so I never posted them. But here are some pics of that night from Instagram:
I’m getting the habit of layering, and I really like the way these colors work together — though I’ve decided I don’t like cropped sweaters because they tend to fall at the widest part of my hips and make me look wider than I am, as evidenced in the photo below. You’re going to see more of this from me in the coming weeks, while it’s still chilly enough to get away with wearing a bunch of layers.
I can’t promise you’ll see all of these pieces again, but I’m going to be doing more restyling while I can.
DETAILS: Forever 21+ sheer top (similar & similar)| Hooked Up by IOT sweater from Macy’s (similar & similar) | Old Navy RockStar skinny jeans | Mossimo tuxedo loafers from Target | Kenneth Jay Lane crescent pendant necklace via Ideeli (aff)