It’s starting to get chillier out and people are already dressing in leather jackets and wool sweaters. I’m not sure how many times I’ve talked about my love for fall and fall fashion, but I’ll probably keep repeating it for every fall fashion-related post I write.
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I love wearing wool everything in the fall and winter months. It makes you look put together even when you’re not put together and it just makes you feel so warm and cozy. I’m actually even wearing a wool shirt as I type this. Muji Canada invited me to another blogger event, where we were able to preview some of the items in the autumn/winter 2016 collection.
I don’t own a pair of wool Muji socks yet, but I am determined to very soon.
Their wool turtlenecks come in a variety of colours and they are so darn comfy. The neck part is actually made of cotton (you can’t even tell the difference) so it won’t itch your neck like other wool turtlenecks do. They recommend going a size up for a more comfortable fit – I got a size small and it’s a little baggy on me, but it fits perfectly in the underarm area.
Muji Canada is well-known during the fall for their capes/shawls, and they often even sell out of them. It’s super comfy and soft, and it’ll keep you extra warm on days you don’t feel like wearing a jacket or coat. I only tried it on with a turtleneck and jeans, but it’d look really cute with even a bodycon dress underneath. I have a similar one from Aritzia, but that one goes down to my ankles and I love how this Muji one isn’t too long. You can even wrap it around your neck as a blanket scarf, which is probably how I’ll be wearing it the most.
I also got this soft wool hat, and it fits perfectly on my small head. I don’t know how well it would fit on someone with a bigger head (maybe I’ll test it out on Adam and update this post later).
From now until September 26th, items in their wool collection are 15 to 20% off, so hurry up and get your fall shopping done! I really love the turtleneck and cape/shawl, and I’m definitely going to pick up socks for myself. For more information, visit Muji Canada’s website. Let me know in the comments if you’ll be getting anything from their wool collection!