April 25th, 2015
In The WSJ. Magazine

Sweater Weather

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Sadly, as we drove upstate yesterday, it was snowing in the Catskills. Blinding at times. As much as I’m trying to will warmer temps, it’s still firmly sweater weather.  These sweaters, in a story from the upcoming WSJ. Magazine, are perfect now, and for next fall, too.

 Photography by Matteo Montanari  Styling by Zara Zachrisson

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ELIZABETH AND JAMES

Kellen ribbed cotton-blend tunic

GUCCI

Brixton horsebit-detailed leather collapsible-heel loafers

GIOIA BINI

Emma shirtdress

STELLA MCCARTNEY

Eva silk crepe de chine blouse

VINCE

Linen-blend culottes

MIU MIU

Crossover velvet flatform sandals

AQUAZZURA

Quant leopard-print calf hair ankle boots

GIVENCHY

GV3 small textured-leather and suede shoulder bag

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN

Almeria leather wedge espadrilles

CHLOÉ

Patch-pocket cotton coat

MUUN

Bilbao mini tote

GUCCI

Ginger embellished two-tone textured-leather pumps

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  • Yes, sadly, we are all going to be wearing sweaters for a little while longer it seems!

    joannawnycApril 26th, 2015  10:08 AM

     
  • Sweaters are one of winter’s silver linings. They all look great, I especially love the color and knit of the third one.

    AprilApril 26th, 2015  11:08 AM

     
  • Since my body is not quite yet “ready for prime time”, I rather welcome some additional days to cover up with spring sweaters and leather jackets!

    CatApril 26th, 2015  11:13 AM

     
  • Lovely

    That's Not My AgeApril 26th, 2015  3:23 PM

     
  • Preston, love your blog and fashion inspiration! I am in the midst of moving to NY and am coming up next week to look at places. Transitioning from a much warmer climate in the south, where we are in sandals and sundresses already, what type of footwear would you recommend for this time of year in spring? Packing boots seemed too heavy….but sandals too light? Would ballet flats and pumps be more appropriate? Appreciate any tips on dressing for the in between climate and wanting to be a chic New Yorker!

    MovingtoNYCApril 27th, 2015  9:00 AM

     

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