The Sol Compass

by Caitlin Hummer

A Neon Winter



The bad news is we got more snow last night.  But the good news is that spring is only three weeks away!  For all of you who live in warmer weather climates, I would like to reiterate how envious I am of your living situation at least one more time.  I was so cold while I took these pictures, but I really wanted to give this sweater proper attention at this exact moment because it is suitable for all weather climates.  Whether you’re already transitioning into springtime or still have a few more weeks of winter, this fun neon sweater can be the perfect way to gear up for warmer weather or simply brighten up a drab winter day.  Also: pockets.

It’s now super on sale in stores and online, but definitely worth popping into a LOFT store to check it out if you have a spare minute because when I was in there a couple weeks ago they had a ton of items in this fun coral shade!

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Outfit Details- Sweater: LOFT | Tank Top: LOFT | Jeans: Lucky Brand | Boots: Aerosoles | Purse: Coach | Necklace: Monogram Online | Earrings: Banana Republic (old, similar here)

Have a great week!
xo, C

14 thoughts on “A Neon Winter

  1. I love that pretty pink cardigan! I’m with you on wishing for some warmth! At least we can dress like it’s spring 🙂

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  2. Stunning, as always, darling! Loving the neon – so chic and we’re twinning today!! 🙂
    Happy Monday, love!
    xoxo, Vanessa

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  3. beautiful smile! your outfit is so cute!

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  4. beautiful smile! such a cute outfit!


  5. Hey girl! Just happened to stumble upon your blog and love it! You have such great style, looking forward to your next post!


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  6. Your LOFT sweater is so cute. I kick myself sometimes because I never go in there & I keep seeing such cute stuff on other bloggers.

    :] // ▲ ▲


  7. Beautiful look, love your purse!


  8. That cardigan is super cute!!!!

    xo | The Fashion Forecast


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