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Two Look One Sweater






     LOOK #1    
Sweater: Bench
Jacket: Mackage
Legging: Lululemon
Boots: Topshop
Sunglasses: Celine





     LOOK #2    
Sweater: Bench
Trench Coat: Lovers & Friends 
Bag: Chloe
Sunglasses: Celine
Boots: Stuart Weitzman

One most important key for every closet is transformable clothing piece, you want to be able to wear one piece more than one outfit and look different. Guess what? An nice, cozy and oversized sweater is what you need. In this look I am wearing a comfy Bench sweater, this is actually a men sweater, but it was too soft for me to say no! It became one of my stable sweater in my closet. 

In look #1, I pair it with a comfy legging, guilty to wear them as a fashion piece, but they are perfect for those lazy winter days when you want to be warm and comfy. I completed this look with some old but good black pointed toe booties! 

Look #2, I went for the opposite and a very girly look. This pair of Stuart Weitzman over the knee boots was one the best investment I've made in 2016. I always had my eye on this pair of High Street style, which is being sadly discontinued. This was one of my favourite style because of the pointed toe style and the thickness and height of the heel! Stuart Weitzman please bring them back! I need a grey pair. I finished the look with a long trench coat with the similar colour, long coat creates a illusion of longer legs with these OTK. Of course, the look cannot be complete without these Chloe Suede bag.


P.S. Make sure to buy more functional clothing pieces in the new year!


Love,
Chloe Zhang



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