One Poncho Styled Three Ways

Andrea Allen

Posted on January 29 2015


Wooden Ships Cate Poncho In Snow

This Cate Poncho by Wooden Ships is more than an everyday piece. Typical ponchos are made of heavy knits and can feel like wearing a blanket instead of a sweater. A sheer knit like the one woven for this Wooden Ships Poncho has the ability to drape over you without adding bulk. The light weight knit made from 76% Acrylic, 12% Mohair, 12% Wool creates an effortless silhouette. Here are three cozy outfits that will transition you from day to night.

Weekend Casual

Pairing with denim is our first choice for comfort and practicality. And there are plenty of jeans that can be the perfect contrast to this Ivory top. We went for a dark denim like the Henry & Belle Lila Skinny and layered underneath a San Francisco City Lights Super Slouch Tee. Add some glamor with a sparkly cuff by Roost and hammered hoops by Elysium updates the look for night.

Winter White

You can never go wrong with a classic black and winter white combination. Start with pair of Alternative Slim Ponte Pants, they are the perfect integration of your favorite leggings and your best black skinny trouser. They give both a ample amount of stretch and structure, making them perfect for casual days and elegant evenings out. Using the City Lights Abbot Kinney Tee(which runs almost tunic length) you can stream line your silhouette under the poncho. For unexpected finishing touch add a one of kind Elysium Geode Necklace and The Shiraleah Santana Wallet in Forest.

Tone On Tone

Adding that perfect dash of color can really make a soft tone like Snow standout. We are all currently in love with The M. Rena Long Sleeve Tunic Dress in Burgundy which works with any color of our b. ella fleece lined tights. Incorporate warm tones with The Roost Athena Geode Necklace while also adding length throughout the outfit. And then complete the whole look by playing into the color story by featuring more tones in burgundy and gold with The Shiraleah Jane Studded Satchel.

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