Good morning lovelies! I hope you all had a fantastic weekend and are having a wonderful Monday thus far! A part of me loves the start of a week just because it feels like somewhat of a clean slate. There are so many positive things to consider about Monday and having a clean, fresh week to do things differently and improve from the last is my absolute favorite part about Mondays. Embracing my challenges is one thing I love to do, and seeing what I accomplish by Friday is a great way to have an even better and more fulfilling start to the weekend. As much as Mondays may suck, when you think about it, they’re healthy reminders to keep you grounded and aware of how much better you have it than many out there. There’s a great LinkedIn article on why Mondays don’t suck so much by Kelvin Campbell, you can check it out HERE. Hopefully it’ll somewhat uplift you today!
So today I decided to do something a little bit different with my editing. As you can tell from each of my posts and photos, I’m still trying to play around with various types of presets and identify what makes me unique from other bloggers. I’ve experimented quite a bit but I think I’m slowly (and finally!) starting to find the look and mood I want for my photos. Without further ado, today I bring you an outfit I’ve been loving and so excited to wear now that it’s chilly outside! I love everything about sweater dresses and believe it or not, I found this one at Walmart! It’s incredibly soft and warm and I love the long sleeves (you can’t see them here because of my cardigan, but feel free to scroll down and check out the item because I linked it). Pairing a sweater dress with high boots has been one of my go-to fall looks; I just love the way it compliments any body type by showing off just a little bit of leg but still giving you a lot of comfort and coziness. I think it gives the layered look a sexy spin. I hope you all enjoy it and Happy Monday!
Dress: Walmart | Cardigan: Elle, similar one here | Boots: Charlotte Russe | Scarf: J. Crew, similar one here | Bag: Andrew Marc, similar one here