Today I'm styling a simple and comfy, yet fashionable fall outfit.
I love long tunic sweaters for the fall and winter! I recently got this gray cowl neck sweater from Marshalls. It is so soft and the perfect fit! I like cowl necklines because they are loose and drape nicely. This cowl neck is just the right size, too.
Marshalls has a good sweater selection right now! I love how affordable the prices are.
I've linked two similar versions below!
I am SO excited about this animal print clutch! I recently discovered it at South Moon Under. What is so exciting about it is that it's a WAY MORE AFFORDABLE version of this popular Clare V. Calfhair Clutch. The Clare V. clutch is gorgeous and I've been seeing it online everywhere. Realistically though, I just can't spend $275 on a clutch right now. Problem solved! This South Moon Under clutch is the perfect alternative. It's roomy inside and also comes with a gold chain to wear as a shoulder bag.
By the way, South Moon Under is having an additional 25% off all sale items this weekend!
For shoes, I wore my favorite Jessica Simpson taupe fringe booties (also from Marshalls). I love how neutral the color gray is, and you could pair many different shoes with this sweater. You can shop similar fringe booties here.
Here's a look at the back of the sweater. I chose jeans for this look, but many tunic sweaters also pair nicely with leggings. I'll probably style this sweater with black leggings and booties at some point!
Any long gold necklace would look nice with this outfit, but I chose my turquoise tassel necklace for a pop of color! I LOVE how it looks against this gray sweater. The Kendra Scott Rayne necklace is similar and on sale for 25% off on Amazon.
Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!
Cow Neck Sweater: Marshall's, similar here and here // Jeans: AG Jeans (Nordstrom Rack), similar or budget option // Boots: Marshall's (Jessica Simpson), similar // Animal Print Clutch: South Moon Under // Necklace: old, similar
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