One day my friend V and I went to these outlet stores, located at Hwy 7 and Weston Road. I’m not sure what the correct name, since its consisted of several separate outdoor complexes, it might have go by one of the following names, Woodbridge Smart Centre, Piazza Del Sole, Collosus Centre, or Riocan Centre. Since I’m suppose to be on a shopping ban…but I still couldn’t resist. I picked up the sweater pictured below, a short-sleeved turtleneck, and 2 belts.
Sweater: MÜV by Smart Set, sz XS
Top: Three Dots, sz XS
Jeggings: JBrand Olympia, sz 27
Shoes: Nine West, sz 7
The sweater was originally $35, but I got it for $14.99. Also, Smart Set had a Buy One Get The Second Half Price, so I got it for even slightly cheaper. The sweater is almost identical to Wilfred (Aritzia) Diderot Sweater, pictured below:
[image from Aritzia]
I’ve tried the one on at Aritzia and the sweaters are very similar. At the time, I couldn’t swallow the price of the one from Aritzia, I felt I was paying too much for something this casual. They’re both sweatshirt material, but the Aritzia one is much thicker, while the one at Smart Set is thinner. There are extra (tiny) embellishments on the Aritzia version. But $95 vs. $15? I’ll keep my $15 version. On Aritzia’s website, they said I can wear it upside down for a bolero-esque look. Huh?! What’s bolero-esque? So I googled imaged and found this image.
[image from Bramcost]
So I attempted to wear it upside down too…
Upon further research, I found out that bolero is a cropped and long sleeved jacket, kind of like a shrug. I think I’ll be wearing this sweater right side up.