Is there any one out these who doesn't love stripes? Seriously, they are the best pattern around: coming in every color combo, mixing with other prints perfectly and looking flattering on everyone. Today I'm pairing my horizontal striped sweater with some fun metallic accessories for a little bit of glamour.







I decided to add a bit of masculinity and unexpectedness by pairing these pants & sweater with loafers instead of ballet flats or booties.  J picked out these loafers for me years ago at the Coach outlet and I have never been able to part with them. I was lucky to find them in the back of my closet because loafers. are. back.

To tie the look together, I finished off this outfit with a pair of statement earrings. I rotate the same few dainty pieces of jewelry so it was fun to switch it up with these dangling earrings from Banana Republic. I always avoid buying oversize earrings because of how heavy they get and how they pull on my earlobes but these are backed with leather making them shockingly light weight and wearable for hours on end.




Sweater: BB Dakota c/o Shopbop | Pants: Zara (similar) | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff | Loafers: Coach (similar) | Earrings: c/o Banana Republic


Hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving filled with family & lots of good food!


XO,
Michelle Paige


PS. A sweater and pants with some metallic or sparkling accessories would make a great outfit for tomorrow's festivities.

PPS. Can you believe how many Black Friday sales have already started? I've started my holiday shopping nice & early this year thanks to these sales...


50% off everything at Ann Taylor with code CELEBRATE
30% off handbags/wallets/wristlets at Bloomingdales
50% off everything at Express
Up to 25% off at Shopbop with code GOBIG16
Buy one, get one 50% off apparel at Urban Outfitters
30% off at Tory Burch with code THANKS

Up to 75% off sale at Kate Spade
40% off everything at J Crew with code HOLIDAY
40% off at American Eagle




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This post is done in partnership with Banana Republic. All thoughts/opinions are my own.