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Fall Sweaters At the Fence

Hello Neighbors!

I am so excited that fall is fast approaching. It is my favorite time of year! Watching the leaves change color, sitting in a rocking chair on the front porch reading a book, having the weather just cool enough that you need a sweater. Just that little bit of nip in the air!

I thought I would take a minute and share with my neighbors some of my favorite sweater choices from Down East Basics. They have one really pretty one, but the only size available right now would probably only fit my youngest daughter, but I want to share it anyway! It comes in several colors, but the one pictured below, desert sand is my favorite. It is the Frosted Flowers Cardigan ($10.00). Yes, you saw that right! $10, but they only have it available in XX-Small. Otherwise I love the color and style!

Another favorite is the Drama Cardigan ($19.99). In Rose Water. Can you tell I like pinks? One of my older daughter thinks it is funny, because she almost always refuses to wear pink! It has 3/4 sleeves, which I really like. Even in the winter I have a tendency to push my sleeves up to the elbow. You know, I am the type who wears a turtleneck and then rolls the sleeves up! I like the lacey look you get with this sweater.

Then there is the Pick a Posy Cardigan ($36.99). This one I would choose in the Peacoat color. It is just such a pretty sweater, with the ruffles around the neck. It also comes in a Whitecap Grey, but that is too light a color for me. Other than pinks I usually prefer darker colors.

Down East Basics has some other really nice women's sweaters available. If you have some extra time on your hand take a minute to browse through what they have available and start dreaming about fall. I am!

Disclaimer:I am participating in a blogger campaign with Bucks2Blog and am being compensated. All thoughts and opinions are completely mine.


Unknown said…
These are gorgeous! It's very feminine and lovely.
poster prints said…
I always think that Fall is a sweet season. Well, you gotta wear those nice and lovely sweaters. They have impressive and nice edges. It looks good!

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