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Fashion Friday - It's 90 degrees out but I bring a sweater with me

I'm one of those people who always have a sweater with me. It could be 100 degrees out, and last week it was, and I still have to toss a sweater into the car, or in my handbag, or tie one around my waste.

I hate being cold. I hate being hot more, but at least I can do something about being cold...I can put on a sweater!

Luckily I found the perfect summer sweater...

the Shrug!

Old Navy crochet shrug

I recently bought one from Old Navy to bring to the Blogher conference

because conference rooms mean air conditioning and air conditioning mean arctic blasts of COLD air to me.

Here are a few other shrugs I found on Amazon that I'm eyeing up:

I love the ruffles on this Brown Cotton Ruffled Shrug for a softer look.


Try a long sleeve shrug like this one from Spiegel to warm up that little black tank dress.


This Athleta Scrunch Shrug Sweater would be perfect with jeans and a t-shirt or over a casual summer dress.

Be honest - don't you bring a sweater along in the summer to stay warm in the air conditioning? Have you purchased a shrug sweater for summer?


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Reader Comments (1)

You know what is funny, I am more likely to bring a sweater with me in summer than I am in winter...even after living in VA....go figure

July 24, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDebbie

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