A few weeks ago, I received a reader request for another outfit featuring over the knee socks. The request actually came from a man who would like his over-40 wife to wear OTK socks more often and feel comfortable in them. You can read the original OTK sock post here.
I am a huge fan of OTK socks with dresses or skirts. It has been one of my favorite trends since I was in high school. I went through a period of time where I felt “too old” to wear this style. But I have since changed my mind and I wear whatever the heck I want!
I also am loving this 70’s inspired sueded shift dress trend that is popular right now. And of course, blanket scarves are always a must for cool fall weather. What better way to combine all these trends into one outfit than with these fabulous autumn tones!
*This is not a sponsored post. All clothing items were purchased by me and all opinions expressed herein are my own.
Dress: Old Navy Sueded Shift Dress (currently on sale for $19.97).
Turtleneck: Kohl’s (from last year, similar here).
Blanket Scarf: Shelbee’s Shoppe.
Socks: Sock Dreams Super Stripes Longer (I bought these socks about 7 years ago. It does not look like they carry the same color combination of pumpkin and gray any more. But there are so many great patterns and colors available!)
Boots: TJ Maxx (from last year, but these wedge boots are available now).
Backpack: Target (No longer available, but similar options here and here).
I want to thank everyone who stops by every week and joins my link up! I really appreciate your loyalty and support. I love seeing what you are all wearing, sharing, and discussing each week. I also want to thank everyone for the kindness and love that you continue to share on your own blogs as well as in my comments. Now more than ever, we need to continue spreading love and kindness. #SpreadTheKindness
And now here are your two favorites from last week:
Susan of Over 50 Under 20 shared her Style Journey with us all as she brilliantly explains how she “passed through the “wear what everyone else is wearing” stage, the “too poor and too young to care” stage, the “comfortable mom” stage, the “Florida tacky” stage, and the “newly arrived in Georgia” stage.” Such a fun post! Thanks, Susan, for sharing your journey with us and keeping us inspired!
Keeping it on the edge as always,
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