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Staff Picks :: Cozy & Comfort

In true midwestern fashion, winter has abruptly arrived here in KC. This past week, the Finefolk team styled each of our favorite cozy and comfy outfits we want to live in until spring! We hope these pieces give you inspiration for the coming months of cold!

Leslie's pick 
Lauren Manoogian New Wide Cardigan Dark Charcoal
Martiniano Bootie Black
Erica Tanov slip dress 

"For me, there's nothing that says cozy & comfort better than a sweater coat or oversized cardigan.  Lauren Manoogian does "cozy" so well!  The brass Quarry choker and Erica Tanov slipdress add touches of romantic and intimate.  The Martiniano flats will carry you out the door to a dinner date or drinks.  While I’m not a huge fan of winter, I look forward to this look being one of my uniforms in the coming months!"

Alex's pick  
Chimala Selvedge Denim Wide Tapered Cut Used Ivory
Common Projects Chelsea in Leather Black
A Detacher Tiara Wrap Sweater Bordeaux

"For 15 years of my life, I spent every season in the ballet studio. As soon as it got colder I relied on comfortable, warm knits when tights and a leotard couldn't quite get the job done. This A Detacher sweater is an ode to those memories in the lilac studio I spent so much of my childhood in. The Common Projects chelsea boots add a little edge and toughen the look, while the ivory Chimalas are proof that whites shouldn't be forgotten after Labor Day."

Leslie K's pick: 
6397 Stripe Kurt Cardigan (in-store/phone order only)

"For me, getting dressed in the winter is a chore and challenge. So generally, I'm staying in bed as long as possible and therefore throwing together an outfit as quick as possible. By necessity, the classic jeans, tshirt and cardigan look is my standard go-to and I think this look is effortless and chic! 

Stuart's pick
"Having lived all over the world, one of the tried and true styles is an oversized coat in an oversized pattern. After Halloween, it's acceptable to wear anything that alludes to the following holidays and Isabel Marant does a killer job of dropping hints. A classic pair of blue jeans and wearable boots tie everything together. My favorite part of this outfit, though, is the sweater underneath. It's a sweater vest's older sibling, slightly more elevated and effortlessly cool."
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    leslie kinsman