So I was mentioning in Angie's post that I don't usually do this look. I have a hard time getting shirts long enough that they'll peek out the bottom of knitwear. So today i put on something else thinking it was warmer than it actually is. After spending a good amount of time outside with my canine patient coaxing him to do his business, I decided it was warm enough for layers.

So I'm testing this out. Old Navy chambray top (rescued from donate pile and actually worn a few times since), Vince cashmere sweater, JBrand BFs, Born combat booties. I was in a rush to run an errand so no time to lace up boots. I skipped a belt because I thought it would look a little rougher that way - to avoid skewing too conservative with the shirt/sweater combo.

Came back to photograph the crossbody that's been getting a ton of use these days. Just a little Adolfo Dominguez that I picked up in Cabo this summer on sale. As much as I love my new Coach NAS crossbody bucket bag, it's quite big. This little Adolfo is great for my multiple errands here and there and it fits my wallet, cosmetic bag, and phone just perfectly!

So how did I do with the shirt/sweater thing? Is it ok with the cuffs turned back like that, or would you leave them long and just poke them out? Collar ok? Or would you button to the top (which kinda really isn't my thing...but I could try...)

Thanks for your help

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