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Happy Friday fashion friends!
This week brought the first chilly-ish days of fall to Toronto. I wore a jacket one time. I love jackets. This is my ideal time for patio dinners, park picnics, long walks, bike rides! This season even sometimes makes me feel like jogging (I don't actually jog, I just revel in the knowledge that I could jog). I have also been wearing boots. Boots!! I wore both of those things to a fancy movie premiere at TIFF on Tuesday night. If you get the opportunity to see Charlie Kaufman's new stop-motion animation film- YOU SHOULD.
This is precisely the right time to start knitting a cozy sweater. As the weather gets chillier, you will knit more, and you will be more excited to wear (or gift, I suppose) the finished product. If the sweater you choose is Hemingway, you won't be sorry.
She's a quick knit in squishy worsted yarn. Hemingway has a lovely allover texture, and a fetching little shawl collar too. She is the perfect warm layer to bring on that fall camping trip, or to sit on the porch when it's just a little too cold to be sitting on the porch.
I've been told, on occasion, that my sense of style can lean towards the overly twee. Today my friends, I present you with a collection of outfits I'm calling OVERLY TWEED! Groan at my terrible pun all you like, those patent capped tweed pumps are incredible, and the multidirectional plaid skirt in the middle is cute as heck.
How will you wear Hemingway?