Aztec Print Sweater Dress

Fashion,  Looks

Aztec Sweater Dress

It’s the start of a new week and I can’t believe it’s May. I hope you all had a good weekend. For all my fellow Game of Thrones fans, did you catch last night’s new episode? I knew that twist was coming, it was just a matter of when!

Anyway, onto today’s post. One day it’s 80 degrees and the next it’s raining and below 50. With the fickle weather, sweater dresses are perfect. Although sweater dresses are often associated with winter, I think they make the perfect pieces for those times in the spring and fall when the weather can’t make up its mind and there’s a little chill in the air. They’re perfect because the sweater material will keep you warm, but it’s a dress and I associate dresses with warmer weather cause ya know….legs.

Aztec Print Sweater Dress
Aztec Print Sweater Dress 1
Aztec Print Sweater Dress 2
Aztec Print Sweater Dress 3

Sweater Dress: Express | Tights: Kohl’s | Boots: DSW

I wore light grey tights with this Aztec Print Sweater Dress to play off the grey in the dress. The Aztec print in this sweater dress features grey, white, and beige for a much more subdued Aztec print than we’re used to seeing. The neutral color palette makes this dress perfect for work since it’s not too busy or bright.

I finished off the look with my slouchy black boots, which I sadly recently tossed! I wore them a few more times since this outfit, but I’ve had them for a few years now and they were so well-loved that I noticed when wearing them a few days ago that one of the heels was starting to fall apart. You’ll see these boots again in one or two looks I’ve still got to post, but in reality they’re already gone. Of course, broken boots are a great excuse to use my DSW reward certificates!

Wishing you all a good start to the week!

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