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Sweater Weather

We're into sweater weather here in Ontario and that means cozy slippers, fleece-lined leggings and a nice wood fire. My last post was about comfy too. I think I reached those years where over-sized sweaters and fuzzy slipper socks are my go-to choices in evening wear.

All that aside, I was thinking about the choices I have been making in clothing purchases lately and a great deal of them have been leggings/jeggings, hoodies, t-shirts, and other casual choices. Even some of my recent shoe choices have been way more on the casual side, despite the fact that I clearly enjoy heels as well.

These sneakers I recently purchased, by Blowfish, are a great example of fun and casual that's caught my eye recently. Pair these up with a nice jegging and over-sized sweater, and you'd fit in nicely in almost any mall or store setting. Dressing to the nines is fun, but I highly recommend a major stock of casual in closet as well.



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