This post is sponsored by Target. As always, all opinions are my own.
Plaid is what's happening this fall ya'll! If you didn't know, now you know!
I've loved plaid for years and I am so excited to share today's look. I teamed up with Target for this super fab fall look, to bring you a subtle but super chic outfit that you can pull of any day this season and I am sure you will love.
If you are a Target aficionado, like myself, you are there at least two times a week...
for milk, for lip gloss, for pillows... for ONE thing but always end up leaving with more than you expected. And my last trip to Target was no exception. I died a little when I walked in an saw the Adam Lippes for Target Collection. The pieces are to die for, honestly. I could see myself wearing every single piece this season. Unfortunately for me, the collection has been so popular that my size was not available in a few pieces I really loved. But I was ecstatic that I was able to score this amazing sleeveless cowl-neck fringe sweater. I have worn it twice in the past week! Because it's that perfect, especially for this time of the year. For this look, I knew I wanted a neutral, relaxed but still put together look. I added this amazing shearling bucket bag from the same collection, neutral heels and a pair of faux leather pants and voila!
Plaid is so versatile that you can honestly wear it to an array of occasions.
You can wear it with jeans, work pants, skirts... you can do rocker chic, you can do preppy college style, you name it and plaid has got you covered. I personally love that it came be both a little safe and conservative or daring and rocker chic! You can wear it your way. I normally do reds, blues, greens when it comes to plaid, which is why this time I wanted to do something more subtle but still on trend. This cowl-neck sweater is the perfect must have piece this season. The second time I wore this look I wore it with ripped jeans and booties and I loved it even more! If you know me, you know I love clothes that I can wear over and over in different ways. It's all about creativity and getting the right pieces. If you still haven't seen the collection, check it out here,
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