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Hello and happy Friday folks!
I have been sucked into some kind of weird fashion wormhole. I've been trying for a few years now to buy slightly more reasonable clothing sometimes; if I see a dress in a cut I love, and it comes in hot pink with yellow spots, or solid navy, I try to buy the navy (if it's on sale, I buy both). See, if everything I own is patterned and bright, then I end up looking a little clowny. I don't mind looking a little ridiculous a lot of the time- in fact I sort of relish it- but it's starting to be more important for me to be able to dress in a way that allows people to take me a little bit seriously, even though I have a silly haircut and facial piercings and could truly pass for a high school student although I'm working on my third post-secondary degree.
So I bought the plainest fitted black tank dress, and also a loose black tunic shirt/dress thing and have literally worn one or both of them almost every day for the last two weeks. Sure, sometimes I wore my absurd wooden platform cheetah boots, and sometimes I wore floral tights, but still. Solid black as my go-to? Am I okay?
Enough about me. Want to see this week's gorgeous sweater? Of course you do. Meet Zenith.
This sweater is cozy and comfortable, but also polished and elegant. It wears a bit like a blazer, with the delicate patterning and petite collar. Feel free to wear it sometimes with a wide leather belt or a skinny metallic one in place of the lovely knitted sash. Here are some of my other ideas about how to wear this lovely wrap cardigan:
How would you wear Zenith?