Houndstooth Coatigan (+ Ann Taylor Extra 60% Off Sale)

If you placed an order yesterday, you can try calling Ann Taylor (or using the live chat tool) to request a price adjustment. Just know that AT is unpredictable in how they handle these requests, so you may need to reorder. And apologies for the less-than-ideal timing of this week’s sale post. If you ordered something on final sale and…

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Chic Classics: Tweed Skirt Suit

Thank you Ann Taylor for partnering on this post! I’m partnering with Ann Taylor today to share a work look for transitional weather, featuring pieces from their February collection that can be effortlessly worn and re-worn in the coming months. And until the end of today, take 40% off your entire purchase online with code WEARIT, plus get free shipping…

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Pink Cardigan

The right cardigan can be hard to find: opportunities for undesirable associations (humdrum/sloppily avuncular/square) abound. So it’s all the more surprising when I find a cardigan that’s equal parts cozy and stylish. The homey oversized boyfriend fit of this Ann Taylor cardigan is tempered by the spring-y color (tangent: is millennial pink still in vogue?) and pretty pearlized buttons (swoon),…

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Plaid Coat & Wooly Hobe

I received the Hobes Wooly Hobe as Christmas presents from a stylish friend, and they have barely left my feet on the weekends since. My favorite thing about the Wooly Hobe is that, because they are so warm and cozy (filled generously with super soft lambswool), you don’t need to wear socks, even on the coldest winter days. As I…

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Ruffled Cable Knit Sweater

Sweaters are having a moment (as much as something this basic can). They went from something seen as fairly humble and utilitarian to suddenly being as aspirational as a designer handbag. For me, statement sweaters are a silver-bullet solution for (soul-crushingly) one-note cold-weather outfits. With a statement sweater, you can easily elevate even the most basic outfit (like the sweater-and-jeans…

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