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Hey fashion-y friends! We've been having some pretty frosty weather in my little corner of the globe, so my fashion strategy has been to wear as many clothes as possible while still maintaining some range of motion. It's thawing a little bit though - starting today - and I know that spring is a ways away, but I am starting to dream about it a little.
This week we're looking at a great transitional sweater; Keynote! She's cozy enough to be a solid winter layer, but the delicate cables and wide, scooped neckline mean she is totally spring-able (or autumn-able).
My favorite details are the baby cables along the side (faux) seams and raglan lines. The cables are also kind of "faux"- no cable needle required! Knitting trickery!!
The shaping is simple and pretty and would look great on lots of different body shapes and sizes.
I styled this for casual hangouts (left), a nighttime show or party (center), and a sort of fancy workplace (left). I won't lie, I was thinking of Christine Baranski (as Diane Lockhart in The Good Wife) for that one, especially when I chose that necklace.
How will you wear Keynote?