Dressed for: Research

Already Pretty outfit featuring skull print sweater, skinny cargo pants, Frye Vera boots

Skull print sweater, gift from Sheila! – similarthis might fit a few of ya, too
Han Solo pants – Gap Skinny Moto Pants
Boots – Frye Vera Slouch
Socks, thrifted sweater sleeves – tutorial here
Earrings, Noir via Ideeli – similar

I wore this on Sunday – a day that was mostly packed with errands, but ended with me curled up in a coffeeshop poring over the Spring/Summer Vogue lookbook. I’ve been hunting around for this magazine monstrosity for ages and it finally turned up a few weeks ago at a local Barnes & Noble. I never find the Spring/Summer ready-to-wear looks nearly as inspirational as the Fall-Winter ones, but I still consider it to be worthwhile research into coming trends.

Sheila sent me this darling sweater MONTHS ago, after I’d gushed in a comment on her blog about hers. So she gave me one of my very own. Because she rules.

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13 Responses to “Dressed for: Research”

  1. Megan Mae

    Eee! I love that sweater~ And Sheila! She’s the best. That was super cool of her. Gosh, I can’t believe that snow. I’m already looking into spring/summer trends because we haven’t even gotten a winter. I’ve been missing my sweater drawer.

  2. Laura

    Wow Sal, this might be my favorite sillohuette on you I’ve ever seen. So curvy, sleek, cozy, bright and functional. I’m fairly knocked out.

  3. futurelint

    OMG, you look insanely cool! Pink yet skulls, zippered pants yet they are from the Gap, you are ruling the opposites attract thing today! (and how odd that I am wearing my only sweater with skulls on it today too!)

  4. *Andrea*

    you are so beautiful! and your confidence is so amazing.. i want it!

  5. Sheila (of Ephemera)

    Oh yay! I was wondering if it was too small – that brand can fit so tiny. My local store where I bought it ended up marking them down to around $20 eventually. I’ll be including my skull cardigan in one of my future month challenges for sure!

    You look gorgeous and curvy – va va voom, Sal! So glad you liked the sweater. 🙂

  6. Olivia

    I love the thrifted sweater socks. I’m always coveting wool socks, but I never want to spend the money on them. This I think I could do.

  7. Eboni

    oh me, oh my! I love that sweater. It is sooooo cute! the color, the little skulls… I love it all.

    I also love your kick-ass han solo pants. hehe!