Black and White Sweater Shawl

IMG_1712The weather today was super blustery and sunny, so I decided to wear a loose, comfortable sweater shawl. The windy weather turned out to be perfect for this shawl because it blew it all over the place and made for a dramatic, wind-blown look. My hair was getting side-swept in the breeze, too!

I like this sweater because it looks like it’s inside-out because of the seams and threads on its exterior. I can’t tell you how many people have mistakenly tried to inform me that I was wearing it the wrong way! Personally, I love its quirky details; I think it makes for such an interesting, shabby-chic look. I also love the little fringes on the edges, they give it a super eclectic, boho feel.

And of course, I completed the ensemble with all-black-everything for a chic, streamlined look.

As much as I love wearing black, white and neutrals, I can’t wait until it’s nice and warm out so I can accessorize with some lovely pops of colour and bright sundresses. But for now, this look feels super appropriate for a blustery, grey day.

Check out the gallery below to see the full look.

Sweater: Anthropologie (Similar)

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4 thoughts on “Black and White Sweater Shawl

  1. i cant wait for it to get warmer as well! this cold weather makes me want to wear the darker colors. cant wait to bust out the light pastel colors! if you get a chance, come check out my fashion and fitness blog!
    -Sincerely aimee

  2. I really love when the wind blows my hair when i’m taking pictures too! They make the picture look awesome! Plus, i really love your sweater, really cute and trendy!

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