A few weeks ago I debated between the J.Crew factory sweater blazer and the Sophie Sweater blazer from the retail store. I finally landed on this one as my keeper so since it is more expensive, and is excluded from a lot of sales I want to get the most use out if it! This sweater blazer has a great weight and length, straight arms and runs a bit big so go down a size in what you normally wear in J.Crew.
I have paired it with one of my favorite dresses from Boden. This is last year’s style of Mia Ottoman dress but really the only difference is the neck does not fold down this year which I would have preferred. This dress is lined, 3/4 sleeve and longer length so my typical size 10 hits right below the knee. It has a bit of stretch to make it super comfortable to wear but a thick enough fabric (and liner) where you are not seeing every bump!
The shoes… OMG when these came in I thought oh man I’m in trouble these are so freaking beautiful I’m going to have to wear them everywhere! I have not purchased a lot of Sam Edelman pumps so I was pleasantly surprised when my typical size 7 fit perfectly! I have worn these around and they are a great mid height and do not rub or pinch at all. I have seen some sneaks of Nordstrom winter/ holiday lines and ladies these shoes are EVERYWHERE so grab them now while sizes are still available.
This work look is so classic but has a bit of a twist but will keep you comfortable all day long! If you want to see the two blazers in a more casual look check out my previous post here.
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