That's the question that comes to mind when I think about this outfit. It's like...business on top and sultry on the bottom. Hehe. So, the last time I wore this vintage floral sweater, I did a super granny kinda deal and kept it completely covered more or less. In hindsight, that was unwise, because the sweater has so many little quirks that I love and deserve to be seen. The thing is, it was crazy cold. So. Yeah. Hehe.
I guess I sort of forgive you, past self. Harumph. Anyway, I'm making good on my promise to wear the sweater, again. I'm a little late about it, but whatevs. Heh. So, this time around, I went for something a little less granny and a little more...vintage hipster? I don't know. Haha. The combinations may be a bit paradoxical, but it wouldn't be one of my outfits, if it wasn't, I suppose. Hehe. The oversized vintage men's blazer paired well with the sweater and kept me super warm. Luckily, it wasn't really that cold. All of the snow has practically melted away. So, the over-the-knee tights weren't too out of place. :D
Ah, here you can see the tiny little details at the hem and cuffs of the sweater. I just love that kinda stuff. Even if no one else, but me notices. Hehe. I added the corduroy shorts to keep things modest. I wish the sweater was just a few inches longer to cover the shorts, though. Still, the scallops are a nice touch.
I admit, I felt super self conscious about having my thigh area exposed. My partner stared at that area for sure. Haha. >_< I'm sure other people looked, too, but the whole being embarrassed about my body thing has to stop at some point. I think I have decent enough legs and it wasn't super cold. So, yeah. There they are, people. Look or not, but either way. Deal. Hehe. I think this is a cute outfit. <3
Thrifted - Brown Hat, Vintage Floral Sweater, Men's Vintage Navy Wool Blazer (Local), ModCloth Navy Corduroy Shorts (Swap Group), Over-The-Knee Sock Tights & Brown Boots (Gift)
Warby Parker - Dark Brown Ombre Glasses