This Sweater Is A Must-Have!!

Here is the proof: 

  1. It’s camel, the neutral that makes anything look chic and expensive. It’s gorgeous paired with black, gray, olive green, denim, chocolate brown and winter white. 
  2. Turtlenecks were everywhere during F/W 2016 fashion weeks, on the runway, front row and the streets. Oh, and they will keep you toasty on the coldest winter day. 
  3. Its oversized proportions are THE silhouette of the year and a current obsession not just of mine but of every fashion girl. It’s so cozy you won’t want to take it off.
  4. Did I mention the tiger print yet? How Gucci-esque is that? Mm-hmm, very without looking like a knock off. 
  5. It’s Instagram friendly. You have surely by now spotted it all over your feed.
  6. It’s made out of an acrylic and polyamide blend with a touch of wool and elastane so it’s machine-washable and not at all itchy. 



And I saved the best for last, all that fabulousness is only $19.99 at H&M.

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    I THINK THAT TIGGER MAY BE GROWING BIGGER. CAMEL IS A GOOD COLOR…FOR A SUPERIMPOSED TIGER TO STRETCH OUT UPON!

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    1. Thank you so much for the repost. I think that camel stops the sweater from looking tacky.

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      1. I think you are correct. Who would want a tiger on a bright orange background? 🙂

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      2. I’m sure some people do 🙄but if they feel cool more power to them!

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      3. Yeah….so be it for them. I prefer, like you, the more understated camel.

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      4. I really believe that camel is the best neutral. Black in some fabrics looks cheap and can look severe and aging. It’s hard to decide between grey and white, they really have to be the right shade depending on the wearer’s coloring.

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      5. You know best! And glad to hear your thoughts! 🙂

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      6. P.S.—have you looked at my several examples of “fashion poetry?” about kilts, tartans, cut up jeans,and young entrepreneurs!

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      7. Not yet but I sure will

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