Sweats and Sweaters Too

by Style_me_mandy

That time of year after the holidays where you aren’t sure if you still want to dress in cute sweaters or just toss on sweats or leggings and be cozy because the weather is blah…that’s where I’m at! I wish I could wear cozy/cute outfits to work on the daily these days, but alas I must do a little more. This month was filled with sports and work and more sports, so my wardrobe is a little mundane but I still had some cute finds to share.

Of course I was supporting my Chiefs on Sunday in a vest I’ve had forever. BUT let’s discuss this perfect undershirt. Shein, under $10, and perfect for layering! This material is thick and not see through at all. It’s a cropped length which is great for those that want to show a tad bit of skin in those high waisted leggings or pants, yet modest even middle age mamas like me feel appropriate if you want to leave the vest/jacket open. Comes in black as well, and it’s true to size. I ordered my usual size small.


These tennis shoes are an Amazon find and come in many colors. I love them! So comfortable, but size down if in between.


I blogged the sweat suit from Shein earlier this month. But I’m loving these pants from the set separately. Due to the high waistband, these are going to be so great come spring with cropped tees and tennis shoes.

The pants outfit again linked here


This graphic tee is sold out except in one size, but linked is another super great option with these pants.


Wanted to share these few work casual sweater outfits. I’m a big fan of this sweater from Shein on the left that also comes in black. Paired with some straight leg black denim from Old Navy and combat boots, it’s a cool but work appropriate outfit.


I ordered a size 2, which is my usual size but opted for the petite so that they would pair well with boots as I’m on the short side.


This fair isle sweater on the right was Maurice’s last season and I’ve loved it through the winter months. They have a similar option this season that is great with denim or slacks.


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