THE SWEATER I CAN’T STOP WEARING

Ali Schilling in Cuyana and J Brand Denim

A cold front finally came through Dallas late last week which meant it was time to pull out my cozy sweaters–even if it was just for a few days. On Saturday, we decided to walk to our favorite coffee shop and I spotted these bougainvillea. With all of the Fall colors around, the pink beauties deserved the spotlight.  Oh, and I may have already worn this outfit three times this week ;)

Sweater – Cuyana(c/o)

Jeans -J Brand

Lulu Mules- Loeffler Randall

Bag (Doen, sold out)

Sunglasses- Celine

Necklace- Cloverpost

 Earlier last week,I attended the opening of Cuyana’s first pop-up store in Dallas.  I have raved about the brand before herehere and here, and the new store did not disappoint.  A few of my favorite staples are this tote, these travel cases, these tees (so soft), and now this sweater. Currently this bag is on my wishlist! I know it might be a little early to talk about holiday gifts, but honestly these make for the best present or bridesmaid gift!
Loeffler Randall Mules Cuyana Sweater White Sweater and Jeans

In addition to my obsession with this sweater, I am equally obsessed with these jeans. If you are petite like I am–I’m 5’2, you need this pair in your life. I now am the happy owner of the Bluebird, Blanc and Vanity washesThe high waisted skinnies hit perfectly on the ankle and look so cute with a tee tucked in.  They are perfect to wear with over-the-knee boots and booties.  I seriously can’t get enough!

I would love to hear, what is your favorite denim brand?

 

xox- a dash of details

2 replies
    • ALI LEIGH
      ALI LEIGH says:

      Thanks so much! I bought them last year and have been wearing them ever since! They are so comfy and the little heel is the perfect height. xox-Ali

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