Hi everyone! It’s been a minute since I shared a wool& haul, so I am delighted to bring you one today. I am not exaggerating to say: I LOVE the items I am sharing with you today. To check out Part 2, click here.
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wool& Livia Tank
First up, we have the beautiful 100% wool Livia Tank. I chose this tank top in Vintage Blue, which is one of my favorite Wool& colors. It’s a sophisticated slate blue, almost a grey and I think it’s another one of those colors like Marine Blue that almost looks good on everyone. This tank top fits pretty much true to size. I’m 175 pounds and size 10 typically in pants (pear shape). My stomach is my trouble spot. I got a size Medium and although it’s a little snug in my stomach, I think it’s the best fit for me.
The material feels very soft. Although many of the wool& pieces are blends, this tank is 100% wool. It is NOT itchy and feels great right out of the package. It’s not see through but it is pretty lightweight. I feel it is generous in length although not as long as the Stella Tee. This tank top is perfect for layering and has a flattering neckline.
I wanted to try something a little different with the Livia, so I decided to pair it with the Amalya worn long as a duster. After wearing skinny jeans for a decade or so, I am glad to see wide leg pants coming back in style. I found these bootcut black jeans at the thrift store and have enjoyed wearing them this week. And yep, I’m barefoot because I wanted to get a little grounding in!
I really like the length. It feels feminine without being frumpy and it still gives plenty of coverage. When I sit down it doesn’t gap open, which I very much appreciate.
I also LOVE it with this Woolx Ava Tank Top in Terracotta. I love the color of this tank top and the fit of it. The ribbing gives it a nice textural contrast with the skirt.
I have a double c-section belly and also carried twins. (Ya’ll some things ya just can’t hide). So I admit I was nervous about the straight cut of the Milena and I was also nervous NOT to get black. (I have so many dresses in black but I wanted a change and I am so glad I went with grey!) I am also a bit of a size chameleon since I can size way down for the swing styles. But I’m generally a Medium-ish pushing towards a large. I went with a large Milena and I really love this dress. My favorite part is that it is wider across the straps so it really gives you good coverage without looking frumpy. I love the vneck also because I think it makes me look less flat chested but when I bend over it doesn’t gap at all! I also have minimal gapping at the armholes and no bra peaking out, so yay for this cut.
I also just received this Sari Skirt (made from vintage Saris) from Julahas and it works so great over the dress! I love them together.
Finally, I tried Milena with Greta on a whim and I was shocked at how easily and simply it layered on top and felt crazy comfy too. I’ve really never worn a skirt over a dress but this combo makes me a believer!
wool& Milena with a Julahas belt? Absolutely love it!
I intended to review all five pieces in one post, but this is just getting too long! Click here for Part 2!