Oversized Sweater Weather

OOTD: Taupe Oversized Sweater – H&M | Velvet Skirt – Zara Kids | Boots – A.N.A. | Crossbody Nude Purse – Coach

The weather has been grey and rainy, but with this oversized sweater, I’m prepared to stay cozy! I think this looks a little schoolgirl again… maybe I have an obsession? This H&M sweater was actually a last deal steal, but here is a similar version here. Oversized clothing is great because you can layer it with other pieces, but it’s also a win for me because I’m still not at my fit version of myself… so it can hide a lot! Do I have a pot belly under this sweater? Maybe. Am I wearing a shirt underneath it? Who knows.

It’s hard to stay on top of the “winter” trends here in Dallas because the weather is constantly switching between spring and winter lately. Yesterday I walked out of my house in a full on winter outfit complete with boots to find it was 70 degrees outside. Today I walked out in flats and it was back into winter mode and I tearfully regretted my outfit decisions all day at the office while wrapped up in a blanket. 

Either way, I’m going to keep wearing the sweaters until it’s too hot, because they really help me stay comfortable!



[Top] H&M

[Pants] Forever21

[Cardigan] Mudd

[Shoes] Jellypop

[Bag] London Fog




The weather was nice enough to bring out the open-toe heels again. I’m glad because when it comes to shoes, I’m really lacking in variety of them. I basically have one pair of each type of shoe, and that’s it. It’s good for minimalism, but not great for showing on a blog, I suppose. 

I really like this simple outfit. It’s comfortable but can be dressy. As for my cray hair, it seems to follow the wind, so excuse my messy hair. 

An exciting thing is finally happening soon: one of my best friends is traveling from the Northeast to Dallas, and she, my husband and I will be driving to Austin, San Antonio and Corpus Christi. I haven’t seen her in a while, so I’m happy that she’ll be coming. Corpus Christi was my ironical moving target, so I’m anxious to see what it’s really like in person. Who knows, maybe I’ll be moving again in a few months? 😉