Pea Green Thrifted Sweater

I picked up this gem at Goodwill a few weeks ago. The clerk said she’d talked someone else out of this top the day before because it might easily snag. Lucky for me, the shirt was still on the racks (in the display actually), and I bought it.

green sweater

Sweater: Goodwill
Pants: Billy Jeans via swapped
Necklace: Swapped
Shoes: Seychelles

It’s a strange shape, with its asymmetrical handkerchief detailing. I’m still debating whether it’s flattering so I wore it with fitted pants to contrast the billowy nature of the sweater. I also added a long, silver necklace to elongate the look.

detail of necklace

The sweater is handmade in Israel–something I don’t often see–and it’s cotton. After standing next to a Japanese maple for my close-up I realized how great this color green will look with maroon. Next time, I’ll break out of the black rut and try a complementary purplish hue.

Since this is thrifty and noticeable, I’ve linked up with Thrifters Anonymous and Visible Monday.


Filed under Fashion, Thrifty

9 responses to “Pea Green Thrifted Sweater

  1. Fantastic find!
    The colour is perfect with your red hair. 🙂

  2. Vintage Living Magazine

    Nice! Nothing like a thrifty find. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  3. What an amazing find–handmade in Israel?! How often are you going to find that!!! The color is perfect on you and I love the idea of fitted pants and a long necklace to give it a polished look.

  4. To answer your question: yes, it’s very flattering! I love the color and shape and it looks very high quality – wonderful find! Thanks so much for linking up.

  5. Oh sweetie…I think this may be my favorite color on you!!! and the uneven hem line and yeah…you just got me excited for Fall! haha it’s 105 here in Vegas….Thanks for linking up!!!! Love all of your finds always


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