This is my 3rd winter here in Korea and I think I'm finally getting the dressing-well-in-winter thing down. (Georgia gets cold, but not like here - so windy!) When it changed to super cold, at first I was all grumbly until I remembered I have like... 5 new sweater-dresses. Score! I knew this hunter green little ditty would go great with my new tights. Fall/winter is a great time to play with different textures. Like these fantastic tights - they have this tiny leaf pattern but far away it just looks like a cool pattern. I also can't tell if they are brown, gray or something else.
Then I paired my tights with two different types of sweater material. Like a goober though, I forgot to take off the purple sweater to show you how flattering the sweater-dress really is - it's got a different type of cable knitting around the waist and it just skims my curves. Also it's got short sleeves!
I didn't want my arms to get cold but I wanted the option of being able to take off a top layer so I chose this purple number. It's a little mumsy but I love it. I call it my "ladies-that-lunch" sweater-jacket which is a huge style in Korea; they usually style it in the shops very Jackie O - big pearls, tweed pencil skirt. The white piping and little puff sleeves make it look sharp and almost tailored even though it's technically a sweater.
The last little detail was my brooch to go along with the "ladies-that-lunch" theme. Not sure if the pale pink goes with all the jewel tones, but whatev. I wanted to pull in the sweater-jacket so that the bottom would hit right at my waist.
How would you wear a sweater-dress?
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Dress: Thrift Store | Jacket: Tomato | Tights: Homeplus | Shoes: Homeplus | Brooch: Mother's | Earrings: Naughty Cat | Glasses: Naughty Cat