Playing around at IKEA…
This week’s outfits mainly comprised of sweaters (yes, it’s indeed cold outside), boots (review of the Tory Burch boots next week!) and jackets.
On a side note, if you are thinking of purchasing the J.Crew sweater jacket, I’d highly recommend. It is very warm and the shape is similar to a leather jacket but made of wool 😉 Love the zippers and buttons!! Would have gone with pink (more stylish in my opinion) but the navy is more practical so navy I purchased. And pulled everything together with the stripe schoolboy blazer and a scarf 🙂
Let me know which outfits you like best by taking poll below as usual!
My last purchase with the extra 40% off was the Collection No.2 Pencil Skirt in leather-tipped double serge wool. Undecided if I should keep this, I think I should go with one size down…but I may lose the length. Let me know what you think.
Pros: True to size, knee-length (am 6 feet), great quality on wool and leather, comfortable, tucked-in style most likely to showcase the leather panel at the waist
Cons: none really, the skirt matched my expectations
Sissi’s verdict: great skirt, a potential keeper
Do you agree? Please tell!
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Data Scientist based in Victoria, BC
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