Two New Sweaters And A Beautiful Scarf - Just Style LA

It’s officially sweater season and I have two new ones to share with you today. Both pieces are cozy yet stylish sweaters that you can wear in many different ways.

The first one is our oatmeal cowl neck oversized sweater. This one is made of a soft brushed yarn in oatmeal. The body is oversized with long sleeves and two side slits in the bottom. The front and back have an interested geometric pattern with the sleeves having a vertical rib pattern. It has a soft fold back cowl neck that drops in the front.

The second sweater is in a beautiful hunter green color which is super classy and rich for fall and winter. It is made of a soft yarn and the body is loose and long. The neckline is a V with a novelty piping stitch in the front.

The best part is that I have the perfect scarf/shawl to work back with both of these sweaters. Our new hunter green, mustard and black brushed abstract print scarf shawl. The color combo is so beautiful and it works perfectly with both items.

We have this scarf in two other color combos that I have styled for you recently and they have been best-sellers. You can see those color ways HERE and HERE.

I have finished off my look with our gold chain necklace with intricate gold teardrop pendant. I chose to wear these sweaters with my bootcut black pants for a change since I do so many skinny/straight leg pants. However both items would look great with slim pants as well or even skirts.

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Oatmeal Cowl Neck Oversized Sweater - Click Here

Hunter Green V Neck Long Sweater - Click Here

Hunter Green Mustard Black Brushed Abstract Print Scarf Shawl - Click Here

Gold Chain Necklace with Intricate Gold Teardrop Pendant - Click Here

Black pants - Banana Republic 

Boots - Marc Fisher

Bag - Prada 

How do you like my look?




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