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How I Style My Vintage Straight Leg Jeans

One thing I have loved for the last year or so is a great pair of vintage looking straight leg jeans. Now the pair that I’m featuring today is not actually vintage, so you can actually purchase your own pair, but they have a vintage look and feel. My washed black straight leg jeans are from Topshop and I’ve shared them in a few previous posts. I think they are the perfect extra long straight leg jean! Most straight leg jeans are ankle length or cropped, so I loved that these had the extra length. Keep on reading to see how I styled these jeans! Everything will be linked as long as it is still available, or I will try to find something similar!

Outfit #1

This first outfit is work appropriate, but can easily be transformed into a more casual look by taking off the brown corduroy blazer. I paired a plain white turtleneck tee underneath for an extra layer and my favorite black heels from Naturalizer. I love this look because it’s versatile, but still put together. It looks really chic, in my opinion.

Blazer: Mango / Top: Target / Jeans: Topshop / Shoes: Naturalizer

Outfit #2

This second look is the most casual and I actually wore this out to dinner a few weeks ago! I’ve shared this cardigan a few times already, but it’s from Target and I love the pretty muted teal blue color. I tucked it in the my jeans to add some shape and wore the same black heels. I would even wear this to go out with friends on a Friday night if I wanted to be comfortable and casual!

Sweater: Target / Jeans: Topshop / Shoes: Naturalizer

Outfit #3

This one is my favorite and probably the coziest out of all of them. I took the same white turtleneck from the first outfit and layered it under this forest green alpaca and wool blend sweater from & Other Stories. The sweater is super warm and the turtleneck gives even more warmth. I paired it with the same black heels because I love the way they look with the volume of the jeans and also the volume on top from the sweater. This would be great for a casual look for work or lunch on the weekends!

Sweater: & Other Stories / Top: Target / Jeans: Topshop / Shoes: Naturalizer

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How To Feel More Productive and Organized Everyday

As a disclaimer, I would not necessarily call “productivity” my middle name or anything, but I do like to think I have some tips that make me feel like I can get a ton of stuff done. These are just some tried and true tips that I like to use to make sure I have the most productive and organized days possible. Being that I work full-time, write this blog part-time, and also make time for friends/family and relaxing, being productive and organized is really important for me. I need to make sure I’m getting as much done as possible while I’m awake so that I can enjoy the time where I’m not working. So keep on reading if you want to see some of my best tips for being productive!

1. Making a “to do” list

I am a huge fan of “to do” lists! Seriously. The satisfaction of crossing things off my “to do” list is worth taking the time to write it out. It’s the best way for me to organize my thoughts and figure out what’s most important for me to get done. I do my best to write out my list in the order of most important to least important so that I can get the most important stuff done first. You could also do this from most difficult to least difficult or most time consuming to least time consuming. Do whatever makes sense to you. I also will prepare this the night before or at the end of my work day, so that I don’t have to take time to do it in the morning. Having it already prepared means that I can just jump right into the tasks.

2. Take a break

I am also an advocate for taking breaks when you need it. I am often suffering from burn out and feeling overworked, so I do my best to alleviate that stress early on by taking breaks when my body says I need them. Sometimes that means leaving a few tasks until the next morning and sometimes it means taking the entire weekend off to do nothing but lay in bed. Do what makes sense for you, but make sure you still have enough time to get your tasks done before they are due. If I know I have to take photos for a blog post that is going up on Thursday, and it’s currently Saturday, I’ll either suck it up and take them Saturday or push the photos until Sunday if I know I’m just not in the right headspace to take them. Don’t stress yourself out by procrastinating, but take a break so that you can come back and feel better about completing the task at hand.

3. Create a monthly schedule

For me, specifically in regard to content, I make a schedule of when I’m going to post things. I plan my content about a month in advance so that I have the whole month to write and shoot them. This helps me plan out what weekends I can go out and shoot photos and what days I can write so all my work gets spread out, leaving me stress-free usually. I also use my Lily Pulitzer planner to keep track of my entire life. I write in what blog posts are going up, what Instagram photos to post, my budget, any plans with friends, etc. Everything goes in my planner so it’s all in one place which makes it easy to look ahead and see what else is coming and what I need to prep for.

4. Start your day properly

Having a strong morning routine, especially on the weekends, is a huge key for helping me feel productive and organized. It gives me time to relax before jumping into whatever is most pressing that day. Every Saturday and Sunday, I try to make sure I make breakfast and a cup of coffee before I start doing any work. During breakfast is also a good time for me to catch up on shows, mindlessly scroll through Instagram (versus focusing on engaging with accounts), watch Youtube videos, look for inspiration, etc. It lets me free my mind a little bit before I focus for a few hours.

5. Find some inspiration

For me, taking the time to scroll through Instagram or Pinterest and looking at other blogs and Youtube is really important for me to create content. It’s how I find inspiration a lot of the time. Sometimes I feel stuck on what to wear every day or maybe I can’t think of a new blog post I haven’t already done, so looking to other content creators helps get my creative juices flowing. Whether it’s finding a new piece of clothing to buy or seeing an interesting post, it usually always helps me think of something new to post. Now this one is tough, because you can also get stuck in the comparison mindset by doing this so it’s not for everyone. You have to be in the right mindset, feeling strong and secure with yourself to make this one work otherwise it can make you feel worse. I sometimes struggle with comparison, so this doesn’t always work for me. When I’m feeling that way, it usually means I need to take a break instead!

I hope you enjoyed reading these tips and that they are helpful to you in feeling more productive this year. It’s been one month into 2020, and there’s still 11 more for you to reach your goals and feel more productive!

P.S. Keep up with me on Instagram: @karenmauritzenn

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What I Wore This Week: 1/27/20 – 1/31/20

This week should be fairly uneventful now that the month of January is coming to a close. It’s been a surprisingly busy month and I’m ready for a break to relax and do nothing. So far, I don’t have much planned this week which will probably make this week super boring, but hey it’s better than feeling overwhelmed. This week is starting out really slow so stay tuned to see how it goes! As usual, I will link as many items in the photo captions as I can as long as they are available or there is something similar! I also use affiliate links so the retailer may pay me a commission for any purchases made via the links below at no additional cost to you!

Monday

I woke up feeling pretty good today, for a Monday I mean, and ready to take on the coming week. The next few weeks will be busy with traveling so I’m trying to relax as much as I can this week. Honestly, Monday was off to a pretty slow start with not a whole lot going on so it made me feel really tired throughout the day even with a Nitro Cold Brew from Starbucks. I shot a ton of photos over the weekend so I spent some time editing those, writing up blogs in preparation for traveling over the next two weeks and catching up on Instagram comments. I’m also looking forward to watching the Bachelor while it’s actually airing instead of a week later since I’m finally caught up! Overall, it was a really slow day, but it’s a nice break for what has been a crazy month so far.

Sweater: & Other Stories (similar) / Jeans: Topshop / Shoes: Naturalizer

Tuesday

So Tuesday was incredibly busy for me. I had to work in the other office for work today, which was great because I got to sleep in but I had to drive to work which made me feel so sleepy. I’m just not used to having to use that much brain power in the morning anymore. We’re in the last week of our prep before going to a huge meeting next week (this week when you’re reading this) so there’s tons of last minute things to pack and ship which kept me busy all day and even a little bit after hours. This was actually very frustrating for me because Tuesday is an important day for me to be active on social media because I post new blogs on Tuesdays. Being so busy the last 2 weeks (and upcoming 2 weeks) on Tuesday has had a huge impact on my social media engagement. It’s hard to make sure all my posts go up at the right time and getting to engage with everyone when I’m super busy during the day. I know this might sound silly to be frustrated by, but it throws off my routine and that is frustrating. I just can’t wait to get a little break and be able to focus on growing my blog and social media again.

Sweater: Mango / Pants & Shoes (similar): Target

Wednesday

Today I’m back in the city to get some more supplies and prep some last minute things before going back to our other office tomorrow. I’m feeling super tired because I went to bed last night and also frustrated by my current life routine. I’m in the mood to make some changes and hopefully get myself into a healthier and more balanced lifestyle. However, I do have the tendency to get obsessive over my routines so, for me, there is always a concern of being too restrictive of myself or obsessive about sticking with my routine. This past week and the week before I have been so incredibly frustrated because I’ve had to make adjustments to my routine and my plans and it made me feel like I had zero control over my life. I’m looking forward to the next few months when I don’t have to structure my life around so many other people and things, but until then I’m struggling to deal with my frustrations. So I’m hoping by implementing a new, novel routine, I can limit my frustrations and focus on something that is more flexible and balanced. We’ll see how this goes!

Sweater: American Eagle / Jeans: Topshop / Shoes: Steve Madden (similar)

Thursday

Thursday, again, I went to the other office so it was nice to get to sleep in a little bit that morning. However, I forgot to take a picture of my outfit before I left the house, so here we are with a little #oneleggedselfie. Again, it was pretty busy this day getting ready for our program next week which I was very happy about. I like being busy during the day because it makes it go by much faster. I feel like I can get really bored when I don’t have too much going on, which sometimes is great to get to relax, but most of the time I definitely prefer to be busy. I was not having the best time this whole week and was incredibly frustrated about a lot of things this whole week and Thursday was definitely a tough one but not the worst day of the week I think. But I’m definitely look forward to the end of this week and a relaxing weekend.

Sweater: & Other Stories / Pants: Target / Boots: Louise Et Cie

Friday

THANK GOODNESS for Friday! This week went by really quickly, but it was extremely frustrating in a lot of areas so I was so happy for Friday to finally come. I woke up feeling completely exhausted and was really hoping to have a relaxing day at work an it was for the most part. Earlier in the week I had gotten a ton of stuff done, so I had a much easier day today. I could not wait for the weekend though. On Friday night, Andrew came over and we had a super easy casual pizza and wine night to hangout and relax together. However, when I was coming home from getting the pizza, right as I pulled up to my house, I got a flat tire! I got out of the car and heard this incredibly loud air sound and I walked around the car and heard that it was coming from one of my tires. I told my mom, and she felt around and pulled out a HUGE piece of plastic from my tire and ultimately let the air out so much faster. It was completely flat within about 30 seconds. So that was an annoying way to end my Friday night, but definitely not the end of the world! We still had a nice relaxing night and I finally slept like a little baby after everything and I NEEDED it.

Sweater: American Eagle (similar) / Jeans: Topshop / Shoes: Target (similar)

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Things I Loved This Month: January 2020

I cannot believe January is already almost over! This month went by surprisingly quickly compared to in 2019. Last year January literally felt like it was 3 months long. This year, maybe because it’s been really busy at work and there’s been a ton going on in my personal life, it feels shorter but I’m not complaining over here. A few weeks ago, I said I wanted to hold onto the winter weather for a little bit longer (because I just bought a bunch of sweaters), but all of a sudden in the last week of January I’m feeling ready for spring. I’m trying not to wish the winter away, but the spring fever is definitely creeping in for me. Anyway, here’s some of my favorite things this month.

Teller’s American Chophouse – Islip, NY

This is the restaurant that Andrew and I went to for our anniversary dinner and holy cow it was delicious. The manager that night asked if we were celebrating anything special and then made sure our dessert had “Happy Anniversary” written onto the plates which was a really special touch. Our server was attentive and gave us such a good experience also. It was those small details that made us say that we’d love to go back. The food was also insanely good too. We happened to go during restaurant week so they had a price fixed menu option that we decided to do with a wine pairing and everything was so so good. I got lobster bisque as my starter and Andrew got some kind of bacon dish to start. We both got the Teller’s Delmonico which was the most delicious steak I’ve ever had and it came with truffle butter sauce and crispy fried onions and we added on a side of asparagus. For dessert we had cheesecake and a chocolate brownie with bourbon ice cream. Everything was amazing and I would highly recommend!

Serafina – New York, NY

This is the restaurant I went to for my birthday in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan and it was another hit for me! The inside of the restaurant is a gorgeous rustic Italian feel with exposed brick, dark wood and dim lighting for a really romantic atmosphere. They had lots of pasta dishes to choose from, some meat and fish entrees, tons of apps/soup/salad and dessert options. I got the eggplant parm because they didn’t actually have chicken parm on the menu which I have to say was disappointing but it was good so I don’t mind too much. Andrew got gnocchi with cherry tomatoes and that was absolutely delicious. I think I’d get that next time I go! Another thing I liked was that it was reasonably priced for a nice restaurant in Manhattan. I’m looking forward to going back and I would definitely recommend checking this one out!

& Other Stories

Earlier this month, I bought a scary amount of sweaters from & Other Stories which is a store I’ve had my eye on for a while. I always thought they made such beautiful pieces, but could never really afford to pay the price for the quality. I took the plunge and ordered a few sweaters that I felt were closet staples that I was missing and was so pleasantly surprised at how much I love them! The material on all the sweaters is thick and warm because most of the ones I ordered are made of a wool/alpaca blend. The colors are beautiful and they fit really well. They do have to be carefully cared for so as not to upset the fibers of the material but I think it’s worth it. These are the kind of quality items that I’ll be able to wear for years and years to come.

Smashbox Photo Finish Radiance Primer

This is an item that I rediscovered recently and I am so happy that I did. One thing I noticed since the beginning of this month is that my makeup looks really powdery and dry and I’m thinking it’s because I had been using a matte primer because I have naturally oily skin. Apparently that was too matte because my makeup has been looking extremely cakey this month and I hate it. I decided to try out just using this primer from Smashbox and it helped a ton! My skin looks glowy under my makeup, but it still lasts most of the day even with my (apparently not so) oily skin.

Boomerang for Google Chrome

This one is not really as interesting as the rest but it’s been a tool that has come in really handy over the last few months. Boomerang is a plug-in that you can add onto Google Chrome (completely free) and it gives you some extra tools for your Google Emails. I, personally, love to use it for the Delay Send option which allows you to type out an email and delay the send time for whatever time you want. I like to use this when I’m sending an email late at night and I want it to arrive in the person’s inbox in the early morning. Instead of getting up and hitting send at 8:00 am, I can hit send at 11:00 pm the night before and set the time of delivery for 8:00 am. It’s a huge lifesaver because I don’t like interfering with someone’s personal time at home. I’m a huge advocate for work life balance and I don’t want someone to feel pressured to respond to my email when they’re not working.

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How To Style One Blazer Four Ways

I found this really cute blazer at Mango recently on sale (!!!) and got it partially for work, partially because I had always wanted to try out styling a brown corduroy blazer. Since everyone seems to really like my posts where I style one item four ways, I thought this would be the perfect piece to try it out with. It’s sort of a classic item, but sort of not so I thought it would be fun to see what other ways I can style it this season. I’ll link as many items as I can below and please don’t forget to subscribe to my blog and follow me on Instagram @karenmauritzenn!

Outfit #1

One of my favorite ways to style the color brown is with the color white and I thought this blazer was the perfect addition to this outfit. The slouchy-ness of the jeans and the tank are a perfect contrast to the structure of the blazer. Paired with some medium brown accessories it’s such an great outfit because it has volume, color, and texture to keep things interesting! The blazer that I’m wearing throughout this post is linked here for you. My jeans sold out during the Zara sale a few weeks ago, but my tank from Old Navy, shoes from Target and belt from Urban Outfitters are all still available!

Blazer: Mango / Top: Old Navy / Pants: Zara / Belt: Urban Outfitters / Shoes: Target

Outfit #2

This is actually the outfit I had in mind when I bought this blazer. I bought this to wear for work because sometimes I have to wear more than just jeans and a sweater! I found these brown plaid trousers at Target and thought they were so cool but I knew they needed a very specific kind of blazer to go with it. I was sort of at a lost until I saw this one and thought they would complement each other really well! I just added a white turtleneck from Target underneath, but this would look great with a cami or a button down or even a t-shirt under too. I love a monochromatic look so of course I had to pair some brown heels from Steve Madden (similar) with it also!

Blazer: Mango / Top & Pants: Target / Shoes: Steve Madden

Outfit #3

Sometimes brown and black together can look a little bit funky but I think this works so well. Wearing an all black base in your outfit can actually make the brown item pop a bit more than if you featured multiple colors in the outfit. I’m just wearing a plain black long sleeve t-shirt from Target, my favorite washed black mom jeans from Topshop and my black Naturalizer heels! This outfit is insanely comfy, but super chic to wear for work or for drinks afterward!

Blazer: Mango / Top: Target / Jeans: Topshop / Shoes: Naturalizer

Outfit #4

This one is probably a little bit funky, but I love the idea of putting really rich colors together. This brown blazer is a very rich brown and I think it would pair so well with this bright bubblegum pink sweater from Something Navy (similar) and these mid wash ankle jeans from Abercrombie (similar). I know everyone is begging for the dad sneaker trend to be done with this year, but apparently I’m just getting started with it. I’m pairing my Fila Disruptor sneakers with this for a really easy cool girl outfit.

Blazer: Mango / Sweater: Something Navy / Jeans: Abercrombie / Shoes: Fila

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What I Wore This Week: 1/20/20 – 1/25/20

I had a crazy busy week last week so now we’re back to a regular weekly outfit recap post. It was nice having a little break, but I missed sharing my outfits every day! This week is a pretty exciting week because it’s my birthday and also my anniversary so there’s exciting things going on I think. We also got some real winter weather this week (like below freezing weather), so it’ll be fun to style some outfits for that! Keep on reading to see what I wore, what I did, and how I felt this week. Also make sure to follow me on Instagram to see these outfits in real time on my stories @karenmauritzenn. Everything is linked in the captions for you to shop on your own also!

Monday

Today is my first day back at work after taking a few days off last week so I am really excited to get back into my routine. I’m feeling productive which is good because I usually don’t feel good on Monday’s! At work, I had some catching up to do from the previous week so it was pretty busy for me but I definitely welcomed it. Plus, tons of people are off for the holiday today, so commuting was super easy and the office was really quiet. I have a ton of blog content to work on this week, some video content I want to experiment with, and just trying to get back into my regular schedule. Tonight we’re also going out to dinner for my birthday so I can’t wait to get some chicken parm in my belly!

Sweater: & Other Stories / Jeans: American Eagle / Shoes: Sam Edelman

Tuesday (My 25th Birthday)

Tuesday was an insanely busy day that I felt like I had no time to even think! There was so much to do at work, that I barely had time to breathe and definitely didn’t get to check my phone very much, which was a bit frustrating for me because I missed a ton of birthday messages. As far as birthday things go, it truly did not feel like my birthday. It was a regular day in the life, except I got a ton more text messages than usual. Other than that, I didn’t really do anything special! I just watched some TV with Andrew and went to bed too late. This birthday was a good one in the sense that I didn’t feel so stressed about growing up. I am in a place where I feel really good about where I am and how far I’ve come. I have a ton of things I am working toward and things that frustrate me everyday, but I know that I’m on the right path to get where I want to go finally.

Turtleneck: Target / Sweater & Jeans: American Eagle / Shoes: Dr. Martens

Wednesday

Today was definitely better than yesterday in the sense that I felt calmer and not so overwhelmed. I just had a good outlook on today and I was really excited for it. I felt productive and like I could really get a lot done today. I also feel like I’m getting a bad cold which is annoying because I was doing SO well not getting sick this year. I’m hoping it’s not due to stress and I’ll get over it soon. I guess we’ll have to stay tuned for that. I’m also trying so hard to watch the Bachelor this season, but I started a week late and I was so behind so I finally caught up tonight and the drama is NUTS. I thought it was going to be really slow after the first 2 episodes, but the third one really heated things up so I’m excited to see what happens next.

Sweater: Target / Jeans: American Eagle / Shoes: Steve Madden (similar)

Thursday

Today is such a rough one for me because I am fighting a nasty head cold. My nose is so stuffy and it feels like a million pounds and I’m so foggy, but I’m otherwise fine! I slept like a baby last night because I wasn’t feeling good and it still didn’t feel like enough. I’m hoping this little virus goes away soon though, because I’m traveling for work in about 2 weeks and I don’t want it to get even worse than it is! Other than my cold, things are slower today which is nice considering I don’t really have the mental capacity to do much anyway. I’m about ready for the weekend and hoping to rest up and relax since it was so busy last week. I’m trying my best to get back into a normal routine but it feels so difficult this month! Hopefully after this weekend, but we’ll see next week!

Sweater: & Other Stories / Leggings: Target / Shoes: Sam Edelman

Friday

First thing is that I’m going to start by apologizing for my outfit today. I truly could not bring myself to put on something more interesting than this. This cold has got me feeling so tired and stuffy that I can’t think about getting on a cute outfit. So for that, I am sorry! I had a nice and easy breezy day at work which was exactly what I needed because I just don’t have the brain power to think with this cold. I’m looking forward to snuggling up tonight with a giant blanket, a cup of hot lemon water and probably a movie since I caught up on the Bachelor already. The weekend could not have come soon enough and I am ready to relax, kick this cold to the curb, and celebrate my anniversary with my sweet man!

Sweatshirt: Gifted / Jeans: Abercrombie (similar) / Shoes: Dr. Martens

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Four Ways to Wear Color in the Winter

If you’ve followed along with me on here for a while, you’ll know that I am a huge fan of wearing color, color-blocking, and monochromatic looks. I try to wear the same color palette often because I think it’s a bold way to style some of your favorite pieces. Winter is not typically associated with bright colors, but on recent runways, color is everywhere. I personally love bright jewel tones as well as the light and airy pastels colors that are coming for the spring. I think both are interesting to style for the winter, but they work surprisingly well. So today, I thought I’d try my hand at styling some colorful outfits. Let me know how you think I did in the comments! I am also linking as many items as possible here so you can try them out yourself!

Outfit #1

You all know pink is my favorite color to style so it wouldn’t be a blog post about color without at least one pink outfit. I found these super stylish pink corduroy pants at Target a few weeks ago and fell in love. Considering the bright color, they are extremely versatile because of the shape. I found this dusty pink Something Navy sweater on sale at Nordstrom (similar) and thought it would be perfect to pair with these bright pants. I also love to pair pink with colors like purple and red so that’s exactly what I did here. I got these Charles by Charles David purple suede heels (similar) at Nordstrom about a year ago and love them so much. I thought they were a perfect piece to pair with this outfit.

Sweater: Something Navy / Pants: Target / Shoes: Charles by Charles David

Outfit #2

I am recently trying to add some blue pieces to my wardrobe because as much as I love navy blue, it was the only form of blue I had in my closet other than denim. I find blue to be a really beautiful color lately. It was something I originally never really thought would work well on my skin tone, but I think it’s got so many versatile tones that it can work well for anyone! I found this really pretty muted blue cardigan at Target and knew I had to have it (especially at it’s $12.99 price tag at the time). It has since returned to full price, but it’s such a good piece that it’s worth the extra $12. These white slouchy jeans from Zara were also added to my cart during Zara’s sale a few weeks ago and have since sold out but I’m featuring them because it’s a style that they bring back often! Adding brown accessories keeps the colors from being overwhelming and a little bit more grounded so I added this belt from Urban Outfitters and my favorite loafers from Target.

Cardigan & Shoes: Target / Pants: Zara / Belt: Urban Outfitters

Outfit #3

One color combo that I’ve been really into, but never quite executed was wearing green and navy blue. They are pretty close together on the color wheel so they can be hard to style together, but I think when you find the right shades, they can look really beautiful. I found this bright kelly green turtleneck (similar) from Something Navy last year and thought it was such a pretty color. Now I see similar colors everywhere and have truly fallen for the color green. I think when paired with plain washed black straight leg jeans and some classic navy suede heels (similar), it’s a really easy look for a date night or even work depending on your dress code. I can’t wait to try styling these colors together more often!

Sweater: Something Navy / Jeans: Topshop / Shoes: Steve Madden

Outfit #4

I have recently been really into quarter/half zip sweaters and I saw this pretty lilac one at American Eagle and knew I had to have it. The very first time I saw it, it was actually sold out in just about every size! But I waited patiently and checked back a few weeks later and to my shock, it was restocked with full sizes so I knew right away it was a sign to order it. I’m loving these zip up style sweaters because they are a fun take on a regular pullover sweater. A really long time ago I saw a blogger on Instagram @walkinwonderland share a photo of her wearing a pretty lavender sweatshirt with light wash jeans and brown tall boots and thought it was an interesting color palette to wear so I decided to recreate it here. I’m wearing some light wash distressed mom jeans from Abercrombie and my Sam Edelman Lindsey boots to complete the look.

Sweater: American Eagle / Jeans: Abercrombie / Shoes: Sam Edelman

Please note: I used affiliate links in this blog post so the various retailers may pay me a commission for any purchases made via the links above at no additional cost to you!

P.S. Keep up with me on Instagram: @karenmauritzenn

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