WIW: Thrifted sweater

You're going to be getting new-to-me posts for a while.

Today I wore my "Saturday jeans" with a new-to-me red sweater.  I've been looking for a sweater in  a dark red or burgundy with an open neck (i.e. not a crew or turtle neck) for quite a while - and while the color isn't difficult to find, it seems to have a lot of way too short lengths around here.

I finally found this one and was pleased, so it came home with me :)

What do you think?  Does it fit the "red pullover sweater" hole?

(It's pretty matchy-matchy with my red suede boots.  Maybe a bit more matchy than I'm comfortable being, now that I look at the photos....)

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  • shedev replied 4 years ago

    Nice, I like this shade of red.

  • Jjsloane replied 4 years ago

    I love the shade and how it matches with the booties. YOu could also wear an untucked patterned button down under it for added interest. 

  • Lyn D. replied 4 years ago

    Maybe not with the shoes (?) but by itself is a lovely shade and a cosy fit.

  • Suz replied 4 years ago

    Well, I happen to like bookending myself, so I say, enjoy! 

  • Adelfa replied 4 years ago

    It's a pretty color on you and a nice classic cut :-)

  • Joyce B replied 4 years ago

    It's very pretty. I love it with the booties.

  • viva replied 4 years ago

    I love this color red, and while it does match those booties pretty dead-on, I think that works for a bookended look. But you don't always have to wear it this way. Try other boots or shoes next time to mix it up. It's a great sweater on you, awesome choice.

  • replied 4 years ago

    Good find!

  • El Cee replied 4 years ago

    Great find. That shade is perfect for you. Love the bookending with the boots!  Enjoy your new purchase.

  • LACeleste replied 4 years ago

    Love this red on you Amiable!  Great find!

  • Sage replied 4 years ago

    What a beautiful colour for you! The difference in texture between the sweater and the shoes makes the look less matching and more bookending to my eye.

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