This post is sponsored by Saks OFF 5TH and ShopStyle Collective.
It’s time for winter fashion, and I’m wearing some modern classic style from Saks OFF 5TH. It doesn’t get more classic than neutrals, and black and grey are ideal colors to build an outfit this time of year.
Saks OFF 5TH is a great place to shop for the modern classic style, and right now, they have a Cold Weather Categories promo event. Use code BUNDLED for an extra 25% OFF Coats, Cashmere, Boots, and Cold Weather Accessories!
A cashmere sweater is an investment piece you can keep for years. This beautiful SAKS FIFTH AVENUE High Low Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater has a high-low silhouette with exposed seam detail.
I added some Kendra Scott earrings to my outfit.
These CALVIN KLEINPintuck Wide Leg Pants are a great option if you haven’t updated your black pants to a wide-leg. They have an easy pull-on waist, and they’re styled with pintuck pleats.
Cold weather calls for warm coats, and a Faux Sherpa Coat looks great dressed up, or you can wear it casually with denim. It’s warm and stylish!
Of course, these SAM EDELMAN Jordyn Point Toe Leather Pumps are timeless and can be worn year-round.
This outfit is perfect when you want to get dressed up during the winter season,
SAKS FIFTH AVENUE High Low Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater (small) • CALVIN KLEIN Pintuck Wide Leg Pants (small) • Kendra Scott Earrings • DONNA KARAN Faux Sherpa Coat (similar option here) • SAM EDELMAN Jordyn Point Toe Leather Pumps (TTS)
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