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lookbookstore november picks

Here's a mini faul haul that I got from Lookbook Store. Shop using this link to >>> get $50 off orders above $200 <<< at Lookbook Store. I got five things this time round because I just couldn't stop obsessing over the stuff and it was so hard to decide. So I got two sweaters, leggings and two bags. 
from: Lookbook Store 
First up featured over here is this tassel bag in black. If you have been following me on Instagram or reading my haul posts, you'd know that I got this in khaki as well and because I love it so much, I decided to get it in black as well. It is seriously gorgeous and jet black in person. It gives off very vintage vibes because it is made of suede and everything about it from the quality to the look of the bag is just perfect. It is so versatile and will go with a lot of your outfits. Plus, black is a great colour for fall/winter so definitely pick this up!
from: Lookbook Store 
Next bag is this black backpack that looks super slick cos of it's high shine finish and it is basically so cute. It is small-medium in size so it is great for all your essentials. It's got three small compartments in the front and it comes in a variety of colours which you can find on their website, such as mint, lilac and white. They are all seriously beautiful. I have this backpack in mint as well and I love it. I get lots of compliments on it whenever I post a photo with it so pick this one too. 
from: Lookbook Store 
The first sweater I picked out is this white one and although it is advertised as a V-back design, I think this one looks better with the V-design in front so that it becomes a V-neck instead. Mainly because I don't think the other neckline was done well. It didn't look like the photo at all so I'd rather keep that at the back. However, I must say that I was super impressed by the quality of the knit and how super soft and comfy it was to wear. I love it so much! There was no weird smell and it was just so smooth to run my fingers over the sweater. A great fall essential. I am definitely eyeing the lilac one. 
from: Lookbook Store 
Also featured here are a pair of sunflower leggings. I have always adored this particular print and I've seen it on crop tops and rompers but never gotten myself anything like that until now so I'm super excited to have them in my closet. They fit a bit loose on me but they should be fine on an average person. I'm just too skinny. Paired it with the sweater I got above and it would go with the maroon sweater below as well.
from: Lookbook Store
Finally, the last item I got is this maroon open knit sweater. I got it in black previously, and I said I'd return to get the maroon one! I loved it so much. It is great for warmer days to just throw over. You can wear it on it's own with a cami or bandeau underneath or throw it over a cami crop top if you start feeling chilly when you go out. It looks great with all sorts of bottoms. Shorts, leggings, pants, skirts... Everything. It can be worn off shoulder so there are so many different ways of wearing this versatile sweater. 

Definitely do check out Lookbook Store for more goodies. Also, you can search my blog for previous lookbookstore hauls to find out what other stuff I got from them.


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