Sugarplum Style, Vol. 38

Thanks so much for your excitement over our big makeover reveal yesterday. I can’t wait to share more of the progress, and the final space soon. We’re putting the finishing touches on it now, and fingers-crossed the roman shade arrives in time for their big shoot later this week.

Today it’s time for another Sugarplum Style, snapshots of my everyday outfits I share on Instagram and Facebook, created by mixing and matching items in my closet. My hope is that they inspire you to stretch your wardrobe further by mixing up what you already have, and thoughtfully adding new things.

 

The kind of shirt you wear to bed, and then to brunch the next day! This sweater has seen more mileage than any other top this season…I have it in two colors, and strongly fighting the urge for another. #itsthatgood

Fit Tip: It runs large, so I’d recommend sizing down. My regular size fits, too, I just usually wear it with a cami because of the v-neck. It’s also long enough for leggings.


Sweater | Scarf | Jeans | Booties | Deer Print Bag | Sunglasses | Hoop Earrings

Layered up in my fave $38 peacoat and $25 scarf.
Fit Tip: The coat runs small, so size up!


Scarf | Peacoat | Sweater | Favorite Leggings | Reversible Tote | Boots

When you go from snow to 70-degrees, only a puffer will do! I love to pair some bling with plaid for a more feminine style.


Plaid Shirt | Puffer Vest | Block-Heel Booties (size up) | Jeans | Crystal Necklace

Same cozy top in the first pic, but paired with leggings and boots for a comfy, yet chic, combo.


Sweater Top | Plaid Scarf | Favorite Leggings | Boots

No way my legs are seeing the light of day right now…so I’d add these opaque tights to this combo. I shared because both the dress and booties are finally on sale!


Cowlneck Dress | Moto Jacket | Leopard Clutch | Booties

The best part of cold weather? Fair isle sweaters, of course. These booties are cognac perfection, and on sale for under $60, but size up half.


Fair Isle Sweater | Jeans | Boots | Sunglasses | Hoop Earrings

No matter how relaxed my outfit is, throwing on boots and peacoat ups the chic-factor.


Peacoat | Gingham Shirt | Sweater | Jeans | Boots | Crossbody Bag

Oh look, the same sweater top. Again. I should be embarrassed…or maybe I’m just on to something. Plus, anything to wear these booties!


Sweater | Scarf | Puffer Vest | Jeans | Booties | Sunglasses | Crossbody Bag

Outfit scheming or playing with my carpet? Yes. If you saw yesterday’s post, then you know where this was taken!! #eeeek


Color-Blocked Sweater | Faux Leather Skirt | Pink Heels | Black Bag | Earrings

I call this #momuniform I throw it on for waaaaay too many occasions, but it’s comfortable and always looks pulled together.
Sugarplum Tip: This cardi is called ‘Heather Red’ but it’s definitely more pink than red.


One-Button Fleece Cardi Wrap | Long Tee | Booties | Jeans | Leopard Scarf

We had some ‘wintery mix’ blow through a few weekends ago…so I parked myself next to the fire, and stayed in pajamas all day. It was glorious.


Favorite Cardi | Striped Tank | Fleece Lounge Pants | Boots

No question I love my brights, but something about this time of year brings out the neutral-lover in me.


Striped Sweater | Peacoat | Black Jeans | Reversible Tote | Sunglasses | Booties

Long cardigans won me over a few months ago…and I especially love them after all the holiday eating!


Long Cardigan | White Tee | Favorite White Jeans | Plaid Bag | Booties | Sunglasses

Date night scheming! I love the flattering, shoulder-baring neckline and exposed zipper of this sassy number.


High-Neck Dress | Strappy Shoes | Leopard Clutch | Earrings

It may have not been much, but it was sure pretty watching the snow fall. And cold! Dang, this Texas girl can not hang…I immediately ran back inside!


Fleece Cardi Wrap | Long Tee | Jeans | Rainboots | Hat

Did ya’ll do a #bestnine on your Instagram? It’s fun to see which images were the most popular…it’s pretty clear what you like to see from me! These were all #sugarplumstyle posts…so I’ll keep them coming this year!

You can catch up with past installments of Sugarplum Style here, or follow my everyday outfits in Instagram. Make sure you’re following my Facebook page too, that’s where I also post deals, steals, sales, and goodies!

You can also shop my outfits anytime by clicking the #SUGARPLUMSTYLE button under my blog header, or in the Shop menu of the navigation bar. Have a great day, lovebugs!

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19 Comments

  1. Some of those ig shots in your best 9 have me excited for summer clothes! That embroidered dress was definitely one of my favorites on you in 2016. And you look amazing in those boot cut jeans!

    Posted 1.17.17 Reply
  2. Megan wrote:

    Love your style! I have those pink heels and they are surprisingly versatile. A staple in my closet! This is great inspiration as I’m trying to mix things up from my closet this year without adding much to it. Happy Tuesday!

    Posted 1.17.17 Reply
  3. steph wrote:

    do the black open toe booties run true to size? thanks 🙂

    Posted 1.17.17 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      I found them to be true! xo

      Posted 1.18.17 Reply
  4. Obsessed with all of these outfits! That fair isle sweater is adorable! 🙂

    Brittany 🙂

    Posted 1.17.17 Reply
  5. Diana wrote:

    I’ve been sale stalking that black/white cheetah scarf for weeks! Fingers crossed it happens at some point!

    Posted 1.17.17 Reply
  6. Susan wrote:

    I have to laugh at my self. I follow a Dallas Texas girl to figure out what to wear in Colorado in the winter. Surprisingly it isn’t much different except a couple more layers on a few days. Trying to find a white/ivory shirt with black stripes any ideas? Haven’t had any luck and your link is to a solid. Also have a question about the scarfs you wear. I got a blanket scarf for christmas and love the pattern but have tried it a couple of times and feel like it overwhelms my short frame. Yours don’t seem as bulky. Any suggestion? Last one – heading to Irving in two weeks for my son’s baseball game. Winter (heavy clothes or light layers. Only been later in spring when I consider it warm/hot.

    Posted 1.17.17 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      Hi Susan! I’ve had that striped tee for awhile, so it’s no longer available. J.Crew and J.Crew Factory sells really cute striped options for basic tees. As for the scarves, I did a tutorial for how I tie them here: https://hisugarplum.com/2016/12/sugarplum-style-tip-how-to-tie-blanket.html

      Also, if the scarf has too much bulk, try cutting it in half on the diagonal…same tying technique, but less fabric! They are fairly bulky though, I have to take them off to eat! 😉 Oh, and Texas weather is different every day…just check it a day or two before leaving! xo

      Posted 1.18.17 Reply
  7. Ashley Wilks wrote:

    Gorgeous!!!! Do you ever wear the same outfit twice! I get exhauuuuuuuusted reading about all your clothes! LOL!!! Your budget sure beats mine!

    Posted 1.17.17 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      Haha, I absolutely re-wear, I just like to create new combos using the same items! If you notice, I’ve repeated the same jeans, top and booties in virtually every other outfit! I hope it gives you some new idea for mixing it up in your own closet! xo

      Posted 1.18.17 Reply
      • Ashely W wrote:

        Oh, I get that you reward and mix and match, but, if I am being honest, it all just seems so, so excessive. I love to shop like you do, but when is it enough? Fashion is part of your brand, but the emphasis on quantity over quality is mind boggling. I do give you credit, you know how to work it. Your sponsors are some good ones, it’s just not my style.
        Ashley

        Posted 1.18.17 Reply
        • Cassie wrote:

          I’ll have to politely disagree…I am in no way in favor of quantity over quality. Hence why the bulk of my posts are tips for re-wearing similar items in new and fresh ways. Granted I may have more clothing than the average woman (although, looking in all my friend’s closets I’m not so sure!), but that is simply to touch on tips for a wide range of items. Posts utilizing the same 10 pieces would get pretty redundant fast! But I’m sure there are a ton of minimalist and capsule wardrobe blogs available if that’s more your style! xo

          Posted 1.19.17 Reply
  8. You make winter casual so adorable! I think the fleece cardi wrap and hunter boots look is my favorite though. I love the pink : )

    Posted 1.18.17 Reply
  9. Kelly wrote:

    Could you update the link for the tan booties in the pic with the white pants? Love them but the link is pointing to the grey ones in many of the other pics.

    Posted 1.19.17 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      My booties are old, and pretty much sold out, so I’d linked something similar. These are my exact ones: http://bit.ly/2iOkOYP

      Posted 1.19.17 Reply
  10. Catherine wrote:

    I recently found your blog and love how you are budget friendly and able to make lots of outfits with the same staples. Keep doing what you are doing! You make it seem so easy to piece together multiple outfits! Love your home design blogs, too!

    Posted 1.20.17 Reply
  11. Diana wrote:

    Have you had any size/fit problems with the grey cheetah infinity scarf? I’m seriously considering buying it but the reviews aren’t real favorable on the fit! Thank you!

    Posted 2.7.17 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      It’s definitely a tighter fit than a traditional blanket scarf…it hugs the neck a bit, so maybe that’s what people don’t like?

      Posted 2.7.17 Reply
      • Diana wrote:

        I often find scarves too baggy/too big so I think this might be a good fit for me. Thank you!

        Posted 2.7.17 Reply