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Sweater Weather

November 7, 2010

ModCloth

Day Light Savings happened like it does every year.  Now we’re heading into the cold.  I know it’s a reality that many of us try to deny until the bitter end.  Despite the fact that I’m a Cali Girl at heart and I have a complete and almost bitter hatred of the winter, I really enjoy changing my wardrobe.  This is the one aspect of winter that I have learned to embrace.  Oh the sweaters, gloves, hats, and coats, how I adore thee.

This is my first year as a professional who makes money and wears “work clothes” regularly.  I think a sweater collection to kick off my first winter as a prof is a good idea don’t you?  After going through many online sites in search of the perfect profession sweater that keeps me youthful and trendy, I’ve noticed that I have a special place in my heart for chunky this year.  This is interesting because I have ZERO chunky sweaters in my closet.  This is definitely going to need to change.

I noticed the Mod Cloth has a very respectable collection of Chunkies this year.  Look at the other wonderful handknit goodies from Etsy!  Some people are just so talented!

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Wonderful Store on Etsy

byKEONA on Etsy

Pilland on Etsy

Are these too chunky for my petite, no curve figure?  Which one do you think will look good on me?  I totally invite you to give me more links to other affordable chunkies that I should know about.  And go!

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3 Comments
  1. I love the brown poncho like one. Sophisticated yet trendy! Go sweaters!!

  2. Chunkies! I love it. And I totally don’t think they would overwhelm your small frame. I think they’ll look great, actually! The one from KEONA on Etsy is my favorite. Very versatile, easy to slip on and off depending on the heat in the building/your office. Perfection!

  3. Ahh, those sweaters are just so adorable. I could totally see a hip young professor wearing it. 🙂 I’ve also loved Modcloth so much, I can’t wait to order something from them… 😀

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