Monday, January 18, 2016

Saturday Style = Sweatshirts and Sneakers

Since becoming a mom I've paid a lot more attention to my comfy, casual gear.  Or, "Saturday style," except they're for non-Saturdays too.  My primary additions in this area have been cotton graphic tees, sneakers, and now sweatshirts.

We introduced my sister-in-law to Everlane a few months ago, and since then it's been her JAM.  She already had this sweatshirt but asked for a second one for Christmas, which was the first time I'd seen it.  Immediately I ordered one for her and one for myself too, and I WAS NOT DISAPPOINTED.  I literally now sleep in this thing and wear it around the house everyday (really, every.single.day) with my Hue leggings (HERE).  If I need to run out really quickly I often--way too often--just change into jeans and head out the door.

It's not really a fuzzy sweatshirt, but I love it nonetheless.  I've had two other grey sweatshirts in the past, looking for this same kind of fit and feel, and I took them both out of my closet a few days ago because this one is IT!  I love the marled design, and it hangs really nicely--that perfect loosely fitted feel.

It comes in several colors, including black, tan, navy marled, light grey marled, and this dark grey marled.  I'm normally S/M, and usually M in Everlane.  Wearing this sweatshirt in Medium.

On the sneaker note, for some reason these white sneakers haven't made the blog much, though I wear them quite a bit.  It's probably because I throw them on while I'm running out the door and those outfits don't get photographed much.  They've been on Instagram several times (HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE).  I've enjoyed this style so much that I just bought a black pair!  Review to come, but they can be found HERE if anyone is interested.

Shop for the Look:
Sweatshirt: Everlane (exact)
Jeans: LOFT (exact--60% off, similar, similar)
Shoes: Zappos (exact, exact more sizes, similar)
Watch: c/o Daniel Wellington (exact)
Bag: Nordstrom (exact, similar)

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