I know many of you stocked up on a lot of winter styles from The Talbots Red-Hanger Sale. Even though I had already bought a lot of things, I still managed to find a few more things. I saw January’s New Arrivals From Talbots had launched, so I ran by to do a quick Try On haul for you. I did this as a mix-and-match try-on, and I tried to show how to wear each item in multiple ways.
I’m going to give you my measurements so you can have an idea of how things fit. Everything I tried on fit me great, except the last pair of jeans. I recommend sizing down in those.
I’m 5’6″ tall and weigh 155 lbs. In Talbot’s clothing, I usually wear a size 8 in pants and jeans, a 10 or a medium in tops and sweaters, a 10 or a large in jackets, and a 12 in dresses.
I love this crisp button-up shirt with a slightly relaxed look. It is long enough to wear with leggings, but it also looks great tied in the front. The wide-leg jeans are a pair that can be dressed up or down, and they had to come home with me.
I added this striped cable-knit coatigan and liked how it looked with the striped shirt. This is a fairly heavy coatigan, so if you live in a warm climate, this might not be for you. I love the toggle closures, which give it a nautical vibe.
I kept on the wide-leg jeans but changed to a mockneck sweater. I think the white stripes make this sweater stand out. It looks great with the white jeans.
However, the sweater looks equally as good with a pair of jeans. This pair of jeans has a unique stripe down the sides of the jeans.
I kept on the jeans and added a button-up shirt in a blue and orange tile print. Blue and orange are a great combination, and this print is extremely pretty.
Even though I like the button-up shirt by itself, it looks extraordinary with the clementine cardigan.
I switched prints and chose to wear a paisley green print shirt with slim jeans and a pistachio green cardigan. Lime green is a trending color this year, and this is a fantastic way to wear it.
It is a trend to wear a cardigan buttoned, and adding this multi-stripe scarf adds a tiny bit of color to the look. The scarf’s colors are perfect for spring, and I like the soft look.
The scoop neck curved hem tee is a perfect white tee. It isn’t see-through, and it fits great. I bought it in white and navy and sized up to a large in both. I don’t like my tees to fit tight and show all lumps and bumps. The orange, blue, and white ruana is cute and creates a perfect casual look. Plus, it adds a little warmth, but isn’t too hot.
I’d probably wear this pair of stretch joggers for a casual day at home. I’ve noticed that I’m reaching for joggers more and more over leggings these days, and this pair feels great.
This knit jacket took a casual jogger and tee outfit and made it look chic. I love the simple and elegant look, which is hard to do with a pair of joggers.
Look how nice this jacket looks zipped! I love the dark color of these jeans, but since it is a relaxed fit, I should have sized down to a size 6. The jeans still look great, but the waist is way too big on me.
My last outfit is with the same pair of jeans and a heart pullover sweater. The navy and Fuschia hearts sweater would be great for Valentine’s Day, but you could wear it anytime.
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