Okay, this might be a little stretch calling this a poncho. But, it is loose and flowy like a poncho, so here is outfit #4. The slit down the front gives this top a lot of interest.This marino wool buckle poncho sweater is a Cynthia Rowley that I purchased at Marshall’s. Here is one from Calvin Klein that is very similar. I really like the neck on this top, it is cable knit, and somewhere between a turtleneck and a cowl neck. The leather buckles give it even more visual appeal. I decided to keep my jewelry simple, so I went with wooden hoop earrings, some wooden bangles, and a wooden necklace that has one large square bead, while all the others are oval.I am carrying a Jesslyn Blake purse that has a different design on each side. In the second picture, you can see how one side is smooth, while the other side is ruffled. Here is one that is similar. I like the fact that this purse has a different design on each side. The merlot pants are from T J Maxx, (several years ago) and are Earl Jean. Here is a pair on Amazon, but in gray. The booties are from Cato’s and were purchased last year. They are a soft buckskin color, and the heel is not real high.
Overall, I like this outfit. Once again, I went for soft, comfortable, and affordable. You can’t ask for much more than that. I will be traveling today on my way to visit my sister in Atlanta. So, if you live in the Atlanta, Georgia region, and you are looking for something to do this weekend, come to a vintage fashion show. I will be helping my sister and mother, with a show at Winnwood Retirement Community in Marietta. It is this Saturday and for more information about the show, click here.
Linking up with Katherines Corner for Thursday’s Favorite Things, A Labour of Life, East Coast Chic, Happiness at Mid Life, Mix & Match Fashions, High Latitude Style, and Doused in Pink for Thursday Fashion Files. Be sure to check these ladies out.