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It’s (almost!) Fleece Season

Dudley Stephens dress

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Dudley Stephens fleece

Our neighbor’s cute bulldog, Tater 😉

Dudley Stephens fleece
Dudley Stephens fleece
Dudley Stephens fleece
Dudley Stephens fleece
Dudley Stephens fleece
Dudley Stephens fleece
Dudley Stephens fleece

Outfit Details: dress: Dudley Stephens c/o // top: Dudley Stephens c/o // jeans: Old Navy {on sale for $20!} // tote bag: Crab & Cleek x Dudley Stephens c/o // sunglasses: Karen Walker 

It’s fleece season peeps. In the eyes of Dudley Stephens, every season is fleece season, which I full-heartedly believe too. BUT, it’s now *officially* the time when the evenings are starting to get crisp and everyone is getting ready to cozy up and watch the green leaves turn golden.

I have been fully embracing the start of the cooler months by spending the second half of this week in upstate Wisconsin. It has been dropping to the 40s at night, and luckily I packed my favorite fleece. 🤗

The softest items I own happen to be my Dudley Stephens fleece

For this trip I packed the fleece Sidney Summer Dress (in coral) and the fleece College Tee (in off-white), both of which I’m also wearing in the photos above. I love the dress and tee styles so much that it inspired an entire impromptu post.

I’ve mentioned Dudley Stephens before, but they’re a female-founded brand (typing this now and thinking that I should 100% spotlight them for the new female-founded business series I started!), based out of Greenwich, CT. The fleece they’ve designed is made of recycled yarn and recycled plastic bottles… recycling, but make it CHIC.

The silhouettes. colors, and quality of each of their styles is as premium as it gets. My mom and I also both own three of the Cobble Hill Turtlenecks (in black, navy and natural blush), which are our original favorites. We wore them all last fall and then throughout Denmark, Holland, and Norway on our trip in April. They travel and wear SO well!

Their drops usually sell out quickly, so I’d recommend stocking up on their items when you can. They’re just too good not to share with you (seriously, as soon as I discover a gem like this, I can’t help but tell everyone)! Let me know if you end up purchasing any and what you think if you do! xx

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1 Comment

  1. September 3, 2019 / 9:25 pm

    I must admit I’m not a fleece fan because of the material. But it’s good to know there is a fleece made of recycled yarn too. And the design is nice too.
    Thanks for sharing.

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