Deep Burgundy Chenille Sweater


Hey there!

A couple weeks ago I went shopping with some gal pals of mine (like actual shopping, not the online shit that I do most of the time). I feel like when I shop online I can spend a bunch of moola in a matter of minutes, but when I shop in person I really have to fall in love with something in order to buy it. I should probably get away from the internet and save some cash, huh?

Anyway, I was doing really well. I spent less than I had planned on my boyfriend’s Christmas gift (score!). We were about ready to take off towards the exit until my friend said, “ooh lets stop in Aerie quick!”. You know this is the point of the trip where we are all ready to go to BDUBS and chow down on some mildly hot wings and stuff our faces with French fries dipped in ranch… and maybe a drink or two.

We put on our brave hangry faces and went in. Don’t get me wrong, I love Aerie/American Eagle, but at this point I was ready to go… Until I picked up a few amazing sweaters that felt like I was touching soft plushy clouds.

Seriously, you guys have to check them out. If I had the cash, I would buy a pile of them and just roll around in them. They are the most comfortable sweaters to wear.

Unfortunately, I have only enough cash to roll around in my tears, so I only bought three. I am a little hesitant to buy a top over $50. I really have to love it. The price tag was a little under that mark (forty-four dollars and ninety-five cents to be exact). But when I put this sweater on… I felt like I was taking the first bite into a warm gooey cinnamon roll, sipping hot cocoa with mini white marshmallows, and watching snow softly fall outside my window…there was no other option. I had to have it.

We brought the sweaters up to the counter and to my surprise, they were on sale. It was meant to be. *heavenly noise inserted here*

The sweater I am showing you today is a “deep burgundy” color. I would say it looks red in some lighting and slightly orange in others. The sale price I bought it for was $26.97! I spent less than $100 on all three sweaters together. *gasp* 

I wore a pair of my American Eagle jeggings, these awesome boots socks (I can’t remember where I got them, because it’s been like two years, whoops), and my Corral boots. To accessorize, I wore this amazing necklace from my hometown décor and fashion boutique, The Porch On Main. I love it, because it is so neutral.


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