lace up.

There's one and only word that I can use to describe this sweater.... supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

(lets hope i spelled that right because I'm pretty sure that's not in the dictionary so I couldn't officially spellcheck) 


If you haven't seen the lace-up trend everywhere welp, then you more than likely live under a rock (no offense). It's legit everywhere. Since last summer, it's been a hot trend seen in tees, dress, and now sweaters. I think it started when LF stores turned the band tees into lace up tees, and then everyone and their mother started wearing lace up and making their own because who would want to spend $90+ on a shirt they can make on their own. 

I love how this sweater from GG Boutique realistically encorprates it into a fall trend. It's a dark olive that kind of just speaks to my soul. If you're more adventurous with your wardrobe, they have it in soooooo may amazing colors (use my code DEMIB25 for 25% off your order): 

Olive (Mine)
Charcoal / Beige / Dusty Plum / Rust / Silver / Stone

You're welcome ;) 



ps. you might want to hurry and get them, they sell out fast!! 



After what feels like years, I'm back and I'm better folks. I don't know if you'll believe me when I say this, but I've had these next few posts sitting for a while. Then why haven't I posted them?  Life (aka Purdue Engineering) happened and literally stole all of my time away.

But I'm fine. It's fine. Hell week (aka the past 3 weeks of my collegiate life) have passed and I'm baaaaaackkkkk. ;) 


I wish you could feel the softness of this sweater through the screen -- it's kind of amazing. This sweater from Chicwish.com has the perfect hair-tuckable mock collar and I'm kind of in love with it. 

[ps. Get 20% off this sweater now until November 2nd with the code Hallo20]

I styled it with black jeans and black booties? shocker. I love the minimal look that pairing camel with black bring and I'm not sorry about it. I know what you're thinking -- Demi, do you own any other jeans besides your James Jeans? I promise I do, but they're are just so comfy and stretchy its hard to not want to wear them. 

Don't knock it 'till you try it.