Tied Up In Bows

I love a cold shoulder cardigan, but onto that in a little bit… This Autumn has been absolutely magnificent so far! Sunny days as far as the eye can see, not too much rain & best of all, I’m a redhead again! Which seems fitting for when the leaves are turning red too! One thing I’m super excited to tell you all about is what I’m getting up to every Sunday – my friend & I joined a baseball team! We’re now playing for the Devils every Sunday afternoon at Mahoney Reserve in Marrickville for the Sydney Womens Baseball League (or SWBL as they like to call it). It’s honestly so much fun, I can’t even begin to tell you! If you’re interested, unfortunately the season has started so I’m not entirely sure if they take late entrants, however it’s still so much fun to watch – you could always work yourself up to playing next year!

Baseball aside, I had to show you this cardigan I picked up recently from Shopbop (is it just me or are they always having sales, uh #winning). It’s super cute and the ties on the shoulders are adjustable which is always good! Believe it or not, it’s also quite toasty, perfect for those in-between days. I can totally see myself throwing a coat over it once it gets colder as well.

{Cardigan: English Factory, Jeans: Topshop, Heels: Valentino, Bag: Kate Spade, Sunglasses: Illesteva}

How To Wear A Cold Shoulder Cardigan/Sweater

Personally I love a bit of the cold shoulder trend. It shows off a little bit of skin but still keeps you looking modest & covered up (especially if it’s cold!). I like to pair them with jeans & heels to keep the look grounded but also give it a bit of a boost in the style stakes. For a more rock’n’roll look you could swap out your heels for ankle boots!