My Sister’s Closet Boutique “Pot of Gold” Sweater
This time of year it can be pretty dreary outside, at least in the Midwest. It’s still winter, but Valentine’s Day has passed so there’s really not much to look forward to except spring. One way to bring a touch of spring to a lackluster chilly day is to wear a fun sweater like this one that has little flecks of color all over it.
Thanks to My Sister’s Closet Boutique for partnering with me on this post!
The little flecks in this sweater are in all different colors, adding a pop of fun and whimsy. I also love the distressing details around the hems. With some distressed sweaters, they look ripped and torn, but this is a little more even and just looks like it’s supposed to be this way. Distressed, but in a cleaner way. Know what I mean?
Then can we talk about these balloon sleeves? They’re the perfect length, but the balloon shape adds a bit more trendiness. The overall shape is boxy and looser, so you can wear it alone or with layers underneath.
I love this sweater with jeans like these Madewell high-waist button fly jeans, but I think it would also look cute layered over a skirt or dress, or with sleek pants and boots. Whatever you wear it with, the fun little pops of color make it cheerful and a little whimsical.
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I’ve partnered with My Sister’s Closet Boutique to offer my followers a 10% discount on your entire purchase (hurry, offer good until 02/25/2019)! Just enter promo code EVERYDAYTEACHER10 at checkout. My Sister’s Closet is a cute little boutique focused on stylish items at a low price. Their clothes are good quality and are comfortable (a must for me!), and they offer free (and fast!) shipping on all U.S. orders. You’ll want to shop often because they’re always getting in new items and things do sell out. If you like my “Pot of Gold” confetti sweater, you can shop it here.
Winter for me tends to consist of more neutrals, black, and prints (can I get a whoop whoop for leopard and stripes?). I’m looking forward to incorporating more colors into my wardrobe as we get closer to spring, and this sweater is a fun way to do that before things start warming up. And plus, I’ve discovered it’s pretty hard to wear a frown when there’s confetti around. Take that, winter blues!