October 8, 2014

Fall Trend 2014: Graphic Sweaters {Weekend Edition}

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Graphic Sweaters aren't just for kids and teenagers, now us grown-ups can get in on the fun as well. Designer lines like 3.1 Phillip Lim, Kenzo, and Brian Lichtenberg have brought us the graphic sweater with a grown up twist. You can also find fun and flirty graphic sweaters at reasonable prices at retailers like Zara, H&M, and even LOFT. To keep a grown up sophistication to this look do dark wash jeans (no ripped jeans!) and fall boots. Add in fall accessories like brim hats and scarves.

How I Wore the Look:

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Sweater: Aeropastle | Jeans: Zara | Boots: H&M (so old) | Bag: Coach | Sunglases: Tobi.com | Scarf: NYC Street Vendor

pictures taken by Brian Cavanaugh

Yes this sweatshirt is from Aeropostle but I must admit they are sort of growing up. They look more like they are trying to be a American Eagle customer then a younger pre-teen customer. And yes I still shop at AE even though I'm over their appeal age (their jeans are the only ones that fit me correctly!). I happened across this sweater online and it was just so me that I had to go to the store and pick it up. It was a perfect top for a fall Sunday wandering around Brooklyn.

What do you think about the graphic sweater trend?

6 comments so far

  1. great look hun!


  2. fine style! = ]

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  3. Yay, it's the Latte Me sweater! It's so cute :) I have a partnership with Aeropostale so I do shop there from time to time and I've found really cute things there. And I agree with you on AE jeans- they fit me really well, they're super comfy, and affordable!

  4. Love the graphic sweater/t-shirt trend. You look so cozy!

  5. I love the scarf. Can you recommend me any favorite street vendors in NYC?


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