Cold weather and cloudy days get me in the mood for some neutrals…
That’s what we are mixing up in this post.
I have a collection of camies from Target’s Who What Wear line.
I like that these tops can be worn in different ways. They are long enough to be worn out or tucked in. And, the straps can be adjusted for more coverage to wear to work. I like when a piece can go from weekend to work.
Sizing up Who What Wear: The sizing for Who What Wear can be a little inconsistent. I’m wearing a 2xl in this picture. I wear a large in other pieces in this line.
I paired the cami with an Ann Taylor cardigan I bought a few years ago. I like that this cardigan can be paired with pretty much anything. I wear it with dresses, tees, camis, and tank tops. The length isn’t too long and it’s not too thick.
Of course, I got on my Hue denim leggings. My cold weather go to. Hue leggings are great in that they are thick enough to wear as pants. They are comfy without looking sloppy.
Hue’s leggings are pretty inexpensive and you can get them at Nordstrom or Amazon. I like purchasing them from Nordstrom so I can read the reviews and return if needed.
Sizing up Hue: I’m a size 12-14 and wear a large to xl in these. Their sizing depends on the fabric.
JCrew Factory necklace adding a little sparkle.
Mixing Up Accessories: I put a lot miles on my Michael Kors tote! I like how this color, luggage, can go with pretty much anything. I used to have this as my work bag in schools. It has an area for a laptop. I stopped that since it was ending up with marker on it and dust. Can’t have that!
Lastly, I got my JCrew Factory necklace that I got through EBay. I use a necklace extended with this necklace so it will hang a little lower. I talked about necklace extenders from Target in a previous post here.
This necklace is more of a statement necklace so it usually hits a bit higher. I wanted it be fall closer to the neckline of the cami, so I added an extender. Those come in handy for those moments that you need to make a quick little tweak!
… Because getting dressed (and living life) should feel good!