This winter sweater outfit post was sponsored by dressbarn. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Disclaimer: you’re going to have to put a parka over this whole look, and you probably want to refrain from going to Central Park in your OTK suede boots right after it snowed. Unless you want to slide all over the place or just really need to get the ‘gram, this entire look is better suited to the city street sides of town rather than the parks. ‘
I totally did this for the pretty photos, and I have no regrets, but I have to get real with ya’ll so I don’t end up “influencing” one of you to sprain your ankle…
Anyway, I’ve been a longtime fan of dressbarn and have loved partnering with them to showcase the cute, comfortable, wearable goods they’ve got. These boots and sweater are no different. I like to be cozy in the winter. The whole point of winter to me is getting to wear oversized layers and bundle up until I basically feel like I’m still wrapped up in a blanket. Summer is for feeling guilty that you can’t squeeze into crop tops and bikinis. Winter is for being your best self.
If you agree with that, then I highly advise you to try out both of these goodies. The OTK boots are the perfect height (both in heel size and how far they go up your leg) to be easily walkable and to work for day or night. They also are actually rather tight to my leg which is amazing considered I have ginormous feet. My calf size is disproportionate (especially with the lack of muscle I have right now), so it’s always a relief when I get boots that fit both my feet and my legs.
The sweater is legitimately the softest, warmest thing ever. It kept me feeling cozy all day long. Only thing is, I occasionally wanted to just wrap it fully around me and fall asleep… but that’s probably a personal problem and not a product issue.
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Stay cozy, and soak in all these layers, my friends! I know I am- especially before we move to Florida and have to bare my pale, pale legs yet again…