comfort zone

{ Blu Pepper sweater (m.marie) | INC International Concepts Stretch Leggings | Bucco boots via Hautelook | La Mer Collections leather wrap watch (c/o) }

I could happily live out the rest of my days in giant sweaters and good leggings. By “good leggings,” I mean high quality ones made of substantial fabric for grown ladies; not the flimsy show-every-bit-of-your-business leg wear found in the juniors department. I know it’s tempting, but just, no.

I found these INC stretch leggings at Macy’s just before Thanksgiving — because, hello, comfy glutton pants — and forked over the retail price because they’re that awesome.  Now they’re on sale, so you can scoop them up for almost half of what I paid and pair them up with your favorite boots and chunky knits this winter. And I can get a backup pair (or two).

About Keira Lennox

I'm a small town girl from the sunshine state with an affinity for bookstores, beauty counters and unfussy style. I spend my days running my flower shop, and my nights blogging about what I love and what I wear. (Or watching Netflix and drinking wine.)

40 thoughts on “comfort zone

  1. This is such a great basic outfit, I need more sweaters like this. The leggings & boots combo never fails.

  2. Everyone should invest in some “good leggings” they definitely make all the difference!

  3. Thanks for the sale info! I’m 30+ so I can’t deal with see-through leggings. I actually found some great ones online at Classic Shapewear. They are good quality, comfy and shape me nicely.

  4. I feel the same way about sweaters and leggings, they are so comfortable! My favourite leggings are the pixie pants from J.Crew.

  5. Love this look! I have been wanting some higher quality leggings, so I may check these out. Question – how is the length for us shorties? One reviewer said she is 5’10” and they are a great length, so my 5’2″ self isn’t so sure! Thanks!

  6. I’ve been the same way about sweaters this year (probably because, right now, the wind chill is -25!). I’m still a bit hesitant to wear leggings, so I stick to skinny jeans…but I might check these out at Macy’s if I can ever get out from under all this snow and ice!

  7. I love this outfit. If only I could wear it teaching!! Looks so comfy and cozy.
    Another solution to the “see through” leggings I like is purchasing the warm winter running leggings and wearing those. That way I stay super warm, and there are some that look more like leggings than athletic pants! :)

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