Thanks to Oasap for providing me with a free sweater to review.
I love clothes, I love bags, I love shoes, and really, I love almost anything fashion related! So when I was given an opportunity to work with Oasap, I jumped at it!
I sometimes get a little over-whelmed browsing stores with such variety - But it ends up being a good thing, because the wide selection usually allows me to add a lot of things to my Christmas list (which my grandma is always bugging me about!) I start off by deciding what I'd like; Like, do I want a shirt, a dress, maybe some shoes? I browse through all the selections and narrow it down, first, to that category. In this instance, I decided to go with a sweater.
I'm sure you've all heard about what babies we Floridians are when it comes to cold weather. I used to think I was the exception, until I went up north this summer. When I got cold during a trip in Indiana (it was about 68 degrees, lol), my cousin gave me the know that I am officially a true Floridian - I have a few sweaters and jackets, but nothing that really screams "fashionable." So I opted to pick this really stunning Deer Patterned Sweater:
I love sweaters, especially warm fuzzy ones, and this one is no exception. Not only is the sweater warm and fuzzy, but it's also super cute. It has the cool "tribal" looking pattern, which I absolutely love, and then to top it off, it has the adorable little deer! I've seen deer like this a lot lately, and to be honest, I had been dying to get my hands on anything with the pattern.
The sweater itself is intricately made. I mean, if you look closely at the stitching, it's just amazing. It reminds me of how sweaters used to be. Instead of hoodies, you have what looks like a sweater that's had a ton of care go into it's making.
I mean honestly, just take a look at this stitching:
Overall, do I love the sweater? Absolutely - I don't think I could have picked anything better suited to me, or my style!
Disclosure: Review product was provided to me free of charge. All opinions expressed are my own, and were not influenced in any way.