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Sweater Weather x 3

A change in scenery meant a change in wardrobe when I headed to NYC last week. I made sure to pack lots of layers and especially sweaters for the drastically cooler weather. Okay, so it wasn’t like it was freezing but for someone used to a Southern (non) fall, it was pretty chilly. Three of those sweaters were from the Maison Jules line – you might remember my Pieces of Paris post from this summer. I brought a fun French Words sweater to wear with a puffer vest, a lace trimmed sweater to wear for our glamping event, and a jeweled collar sweater for a fancy night out. I’ve teamed up with Maison Jules to share how I am wearing the line’s sweater collection three different ways for today’s post!

The Parisian inspired line that I wore during that trip had even more meaning when the Paris attacks happened last Friday. Just that morning, I had worn the French Words sweater taking in the brisk, fall weather in Central Park. A city that is so truly inspiring will no doubt continue to inspire the world as it rebuilds after this tragedy. 


See more of these Maison Jules sweaters in today’s full post.



Maison Jules French Words sweater c/o

Maison Jules lace trim sweater in ivory c/o

Maison Jules jeweled collar sweater c/o

photos by Kristina Britt Photography

Fit suggestions:

All sweaters seen here are a size small.


Whether you’re looking for a casual weekend sweater or one chic enough to wear to one of your holiday parties, the Maison Jules collection hosts a variety of sweaters perfect for all of your upcoming holiday engagements – and lots of super cute ponchos that I want too! Check out the entire collection on the Macy’s website.


Thank you to Maison Jules, a brand that I love, for sponsoring today’s post and inspiring my three NYC outfits. As always, all thoughts and styling are of my own.

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1 Comment

  • Reply Bella B

    I love that pink skirt its so perfect!!! such great style

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    November 23, 2015 at 12:37 am
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