Remember back in the day in junior high when you had to beg your mom to spend buku bucks on a super soft Abercrombie hoodie? Well, I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, the brand has made some major changes and one of them is keeping the quality high and prices very reasonable. Now that sweater weather is in full force, Abercrombie has been one of the main places I visit to get some new knits.

I’m loving the classic look of this puff sleeve sweater. I’m all about layering, so I styled the sweater over a henley and paired it with brown pants, black patent loafers and a trench coat. You can never go wrong with the classics!

Fall layering tips

Fall outfit idea

Fall layering tips


Fall styling tips

Classic Trench Coat • Abercrombie & Fitch • $160

Puff Sleeve Sweater • Abercrombie & Fitch • $46.80

Long-Sleeve Henley • Abercrombie & Fitch • $28

Super Skinny Sateen Pants • Abercrombie & Fitch • $68

Black Patent Pointed Loafers • Missguided • $42

-Happy Styling-

*Thank you Abercrombie for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions are my own.

18 replies on “The softest clothing you can now afford

  1. omg yes the Abercrombie hoodies were the best, so soft, & smelled like an Axe commercial in all the best ways!! I loved them. I love Brandy for that reason too 🙂 those mockneck sweaters, both the one posted AND linked, are both something I don’t want but NEEEEED. so darling! xx shannon ||

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  2. People are definitely sleeping on Abercrombie! I bought a knitted sweater from there a year ago and I get so many compliments on it and they have no idea it’s from Abercrombie! Thanks for sharing xx

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