I have recently acquired this vintage-looking sweater from Anthropologie, and I’m obsessed with the landscape details on the sweater. It is super soft and warm! Here is the fabric composition list that is really interesting to note: 34% wool, 34% nylon, 23% polyester, 4% alpaca wool, 2% spandex, 1% mohair, 1% cotton, 1% acrylic. I’m confused as to why this sweater needed those many types of fibers, and I just think it is unnecessary. Polyester, no!!! Anyone? Anyways, I am wearing the sweater in size XS, and do keep in mind that it runs slightly long and loose. Hope you like how I’ve styled it here. The pants are linen from Uniqlo sale that I got for $10. Sneakers are Reebok for Urban Outfitters that I have a love-hate relationship with. They’re not the most comfy-est pair, but I love it vintage-y looking and the accent green color on them.
We found this open room with a table and a few red chairs at the SAM (Seattle Art Museum, the Olympic Sculpture Park). Lighting was too good to pass on, so we did an impromptu photoshoot there. I wish I smiled a little bit more since I look kinda sad in these photos. Hah, anyways, leave me a comment telling what you’re up to this week. I just got back from my New York trip, quite exhausting, and I’m leaving to Oregon again this Friday.
OUTFIT DETAILS: Anthropologie sweater | Uniqlo pants | Reebok sneakers | Staud bucket bag
Thanks for reading and have a wonderful day!
Photos by Toan Chu Photography.