I’ve never met a cardigan I didn’t like, so when Lyndsey sent me this beige waterfall cardigan, it was love at first sight.
If you’re confused about what the heck a waterfall cardigan is (does it contain real water?) allow me to explain: a waterfall cardigan is like a regular cardigan except it’s got a bunch of extra fabric in the front that hangs like a waterfall.
Rest assured you will stay dry if you wear one!
Now onto my outfit! I scoured my inspiration sources (ie: Pinterest) and felt myself drawn to layered looks. Seems simple enough, right? Well, my pile of discarded clothes scattered all over my room tells a different story.
After a battle with my closet, I came out victorious with this look. I started with a neutral base of head-to-toe black. I try not to wear too much dark colors but the time called for it.
Starting with such basics made it super easy to layer a bunch of stuff on top. Layers = awesome for fall weather. My layers in question were the waterfall cardigan and one of my favorite thrifted, floral blazers. (Can it really be called a blazer, though, if it doesn’t actually have buttons and I’m not wearing it in an office?)
Outfit details: Cardigan & necklace, from Lyndsey – Tights & flats, Wal-Mart – Hat & tank top, ASOS – Shorts, thrifted
I’m pretty obsessed with how this turned out and am crossing my fingers that an event will pop up in the future that I can wear it to. It would look great at a concert or somewhere artsy, right?