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What I Bought: Autumn 2019 Edition

complexgeometries Grey Jersey Tank – $30

I have never heard of this Canadian, Vancouver-based brand but I am officially obsessed with the draping.

I tried wearing it the other day but it is lowwwwww cut and I  am not someone who is daring enough for that, so I wore a super cute bralette underneath and loved it.

I’ll try it with other layers (thin, long sleeved, turtlenecked maybe even a tank) as well and see.

Stella and Dot Petra Bracelet – $30

Glitz? Glam? Chains? SIGN ME UP.

I have been wearing it and love the heaviness of the bracelet, it really makes a simple outfit look so much better.

 

Cloth and Stone Blue Plaid Shirt – $48

It is very summery and light, love the crosshatch of blue lines in it. Great as a shirt or a cover up / light shirt to tie over a dress. A little tissue-thin actually if I am honest.


Unique handmade Indonesian Crafted Necklace – $120

Wanderlust & Co Ladder Necklace – $16

Long, dangly, stones and gold. Right up my alley…

J. Crew Parke Blazer in Size 6 – $58

Not too tight any more! Perfect black blazer fit for autumn / winter. It is thick, and very sleek. I can finally put my other blazer to rest.

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2 Comments

  1. Kellie @ Big Style Finance

    That jersey top is just lovely!

    Reply
    1. Sherry of Save. Spend. Splurge.

      Isn’t it? I love that it was secondhand.

      Reply

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