Loving how this cute crochet cardi ties together the whole jumpsuit look. Making it feel cozy and fun- for the perfect casual chic styling!
I got the cardi at this local boutique here in Montreal; it’s handmade! I adore crochet looks, so the minute I saw it, I just had to get it! There was one problem though…the sleeves were a tad short. And for me, sleeves are super important- they help make the look. So…I decided to add my own crochet to the wrists. So here you have it- a bit of my signature as well on this one!
Now let’s check out what my fabulous fashionista friends have styled up for our Cozy Knits Theme!
Nina – Sharing a Journey – Even though I live in Florida, you will find me wearing some form of knitwear year around. I am totally loving this season’s cute knit sets, and the wrap style midi dresses we are seeing.
Suzanne – Ask Suzanne Bell –
I finally bought a Shacket, and better yet, she’s a sweater! Belted and styled with knit joggers and lug sole boots for an easy, everyday, winter white casual look. I’ve also styled this piece without a belt. Won’t you stop by the blog, and let me know which look you like better?
Andy – Pearls and Pantsuits –
Trend alert! Cable knits are having a moment, so I splurged on this neutral colored cable knit dress from Stitch Fix, and styled it with my tall suede boots. It’s a cozy look, and perfect for winter! Pop on over to the blog to see a few more knit pieces and for my style tips for knitwear for pear shapes.
Nancy – Nancy’s Fashion Style
– Knit dresses! Can’t do without in winter, they are just so cozy and warm. This one is a bit older but I love to wear it, especially with sneakers. Can it get any more comfortable?
Nicole – High Latitude Style –
I have loved knit jumpers all my life. My late mom knitted many of them when I was a kid. I remember a bottle green one with white shoulder section and orange embellishments, a citrus A-line, and a matching skirt and cardigan ensemble in red with green and black stripes. She used acrylic yarn and created super soft, cozy pieces. Her girlfriend, however, knitted wool sweaters. They were so itchy.
Michele – On Instagram as Seechele_styles –
Kicking knits up a notch in my knit sustainable cream boots with a thrifted cream knit ribbed turtleneck.
Emma – The Style Splash –
Shelbee – Shelbee on the Edge –
This leopard coatigan is one of my favorite knit pieces that I own. I wear it literally all fall and winter long with all sorts of different outfits. Stop by my blog to see what I have styled underneath…hint…it’s more knits!
Amy – Amy’s Creative Pursuits –
Living in a cold climate, I survive the winters in cozy knits like this thick cowl neck sweater and warm leggings.
Joy – Joyous Styling
Cozy knits are so yummy in the colder temperatures, this sweater knit skirt is on sLe under 23.00 dollars, I love it so much I have it in Ivory. http://liketk.it/3rVMS