Keeping Cozy in Paisley Trim

It’s kind of bizarre that only three weeks ago, I sat here in front of my computer, shivering while wrapped in a blanket with a hot cup of tea sitting beside me. It was incredibly cold, and I was complaining and wishing for summer to return. Well…be careful what you wish for. It is probably the hottest it has been all summer – so hot that it was a must that I jump in the river to cool off yesterday (fact!). Nevertheless, I am here today bringing you a cute fall look. Hopefully I will get to wear it without sweating, in the next week or so!

Keeping Cozy in Paisley Trim - Pearls and Polkadots: a style blog

Keeping Cozy in Paisley Trim - Pearls and Polkadots: a style blog

Keeping Cozy in Paisley Trim - Pearls and Polkadots: a style blog

Keeping Cozy in Paisley Trim - Pearls and Polkadots: a style blog

Keeping Cozy in Paisley Trim - Pearls and Polkadots: a style blog

Keeping Cozy in Paisley Trim - Pearls and Polkadots: a style blog

Keeping Cozy in Paisley Trim - Pearls and Polkadots: a style blog

Keeping Cozy in Paisley Trim - Pearls and Polkadots: a style blog

Keeping Cozy in Paisley Trim - Pearls and Polkadots: a style blog

Keeping Cozy in Paisley Trim - Pearls and Polkadots: a style blog

Details 

Shirt: c/o Pink Blush / Leggings: Dynamite / Boots: Blundstone

Although I was hoping the hot weather would come back, I am kind of disappointed that fall hasn’t arrived yet! Fall is my favourite season, mainly because of all of my fall outfits. I need sweaters, cozy clothing, denim on denim and, well, more sweaters. All accompanied by a good ole’ Pumpkin Spiced Latte (I’m basic, I know!).

Cozy pieces are a staple for the fall season. However, I like my cozy pieces to look good as well and reflect my personal style. One of my favourite things to sport is fun and boisterous patterns. Patterns can be loud and overwhelming sometimes. So if you don’t want to go full out pattern head to toe, adding it through a certain detail of an item, makes for a good look.

I ordered this top from Pink Blush. Pink Blush has always given me the most comfortable and on trend pieces out there. I picked this knit blend top primarily because of the tone of grey, but also for the cute navy paisley detailed trim around the hem. This breaks my look up, and by pairing it with textured leather leggings, it makes for a cute, edgy and comfortable ensemble!

I almost always go a size up with Pink Blush. You may think I do this because sizing runs small, however sizing is very true to fit. I like these tops to be a tad over-sized and cozy as opposed to tight and tailored (that’s just me!).  You could easily pair this top with jeans and a third piece (such as a pea coat or overcoat for the cooler fall season).

Keep cozy this fall with Pink Blush!

**Although this post was sponsored by Pink Blush, my review, thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. 

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