A Chic Way to Wear a Sweater Dress

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I know what you’re thinking. A sweater dress? For Fall? Groundbreaking. But The Devil Wears Prada references aside, I’ve been really into sweater dresses lately, especially ones of the off-white variety. I styled this one from Reformation with a camel coat and black booties for a chic, Parisian vibe. Is anyone else guilty of this once the seasons change? There is that one sweater dress you just can’t wait to put on once the first few leaves make their way to the ground. It’s the one you can wear out for drinks with friends or easily lounge in at home with some cozy socks.

My next look for this dress will include black tights with a leather jacket and the same booties. For more inspiration on different ways to style a sweater dress, check out my style inspiration board on Pinterest!

Outfit details: Sweater dress: Reformation (similar here and here) // Sweater: Express // Boots: Vince Camuto (on sale!)
Location: Old City, Philadelphia // Photos by Shelby

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