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I recently shared my love for investing in basics, and with fall just around the corner (mmm, I can smell the pumpkin pie now) I thought I’d talk a little bit about my favorite fall wardrobe staples. I was so excited when PinkBlush reached out to me again, since I partnered with them last spring and fell in love with the quality and style of their non-maternity clothes! This time around, I couldn’t wait to get a chance to pick out a couple of pieces from their fall line.
First up – “The Fall Tunic.” I feel like when most people think of tunics you think of some long, over-sized, gauzy number that you’d wear on a beach trip. Tunics are actually a lot more versatile than you’d think, and my preferred way of wearing one is in the fall over a pair of jeans or leggings. I typically go for something still pretty light weight and long enough to cover the lady bits ;). I immediately was drawn to this Grey Waffle Knit Tunic by PinkBlush. Check out the three different ways I styled it below & it even comes in a few other colors – I may just have to buy all of them! It does run a little on the big side, so if you want it more fitted, I’d go down a size (I’m wearing a large).
PinkBlush Grey Waffle Knit Tunic 3 Ways
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Next up – “The Sweater Dress.” I mean it when I tell you, I wore the heck outta some sweater dresses in the early 2000’s. I think I literally wore a hole in some of them because they were that much of a wardrobe staple. We were living in NYC at the time, and I worked in advertising which is known for having a pretty laid back and non-corporate feel. The dress code usually followed suit. Still, living in Manhattan always inspired me to explore my personal style, and sweater dresses were kind of the first outfit I wore that made me feel confident as woman in my mid-to-late 20’s living my best life. So naturally I was psyched when I started to notice their resurgence in the past few years, and had my eye out for the perfect one that would fit with my lifestyle now as a mid (ahem, ok late) 30’s mom living in suburbia. I scooped up this PinkBlush Ribbed Knit Dress faster than you can say “mid-life-crisis” ;).