Cool Spring Nights

Sweater and Jeans

When my husband and I first moved in together, we lived in what’s known as South Slope, an up and coming area just south of Park Slope proper. On Friday, we headed to Brooklyn to celebrate a good friend’s birthday and were excited to walk by our old apartment and stop in at our favorite neighborhood spot for dinner. Although I don’t miss the commute, Brooklyn has a certain charm that Manhattan sometimes lacks.

Sweater and Jeans

Although I initially wanted to wear a dress, it got pretty chilly as the sun was beginning to set. So, I opted for an easy outfit with jeans and a couple of light layers, channeling the laid-back Brooklyn vibe.

Brooklyn Style

Light Layers

Spring Style

Sweater: LOFT (similar), Striped Shirt: Forever 21 (in blue, with polka dots), Jeans: AG Adriano Goldshmied via Rue La La (more affordable option), Loafers: MIA
Earrings: old (similar), Necklace: J.Crew Factory, Bag: Old Navy, Lip Color: c/o bareMinerals Marvelous Moxie in Never Say Never, Nail Color: Color Club Breakfast At… via Birchbox

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  • Merritt Beck

    i’m shocked that bag is old navy!

    The Style Scribe

    • Samantha Tananbaum

      Right?! Such an amazing deal! Thanks, Merritt!

  • Rachel

    Love this Old Navy bag, so chic! Also, love your sweater and blouse combination!

    • Samantha Tananbaum

      Thanks, Rachel! Definitely some bargain finds in this outfit :)

  • Maggie

    Love this look! so cute and casual. Every time I see that bag I am surprised that it is Old Navy! It is so beautiful!


    • Samantha Tananbaum

      Thanks, Maggie! Old Navy is really stepping things up lately. So glad I scooped up this bag!

  • Jacqueline Rendine

    Love this cute casual look! The layering is perfect!

    • Samantha Tananbaum

      Thanks, Jacqueline!

  • Kate @

    Cute! I wouldn’t have thought to layer those two pieces, but I dig that hipster Brooklyn vibe. 😉

  • TrendyOnABudget

    I LOVE it when i get to visit Brooklyn! great layering job :)

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