10 Outfit Ideas With the Harriet Sweater

The votes are in and the Harriet sweater from my ABLE collection is the winner this week, so I filmed a fun Reel with ten outfit ideas. I love this knit because it’s super versatile and so soft. It’s a lighter weight which makes it great for layering and perfect for the half tuck. Check out the video here, and I’ve linked to everything below. If the item I styled in the video is old or sold out I linked to something similar.

Shop the Video

  • A stylish wide leg crop style in a great shade for fall.
  • The shorts in the video are from Pact but they’re sold out. These are a great option from Girlfriend.
  • A gorgeous midi dress in a super soft cupro fabric.
  • A classic faded wash black skinny jean.
  • I’ve had these for years. I recommend sizing down.
  • A gorgeous shacket for fall with a vintage vibe. Everyone loves the Joan! Available for pre-order.
  • The silk skirt I’m wearing in the video is old from Eileen Fisher but this one from Cuyana is very similar and washable!
  • A great classic straight leg pant in a thick stretch fabric.
  • Comfy and soft, these stretchy rib pants feel like pjs but look cute for daytime.
  • Great all weather boots. I went a size up in this style.
  • A gorgeous water resistant bootie for fall. Fit tts.
  • Love these sneakers for fall. Go half a size up.
  • A great water resistant boot perfect for rainy days and everything in between.

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4 Comments

  1. Oh, I *LOVE* this sweater!! I do NOT need another sweater (my particular Waterloo!) but I might need to break my no-sweater-buying rule for this…

    9.9.21 | Reply
    • Jess wrote:

      Thanks Sarah! Ha I hear you on that.

      9.13.21 | Reply
  2. Kelsey wrote:

    But where’s the skirt from?! Please share if it’s still avail, I’m in love.

    9.9.21 | Reply