Almost Goodbye to Sweater Weather


So I have to be honest right now, I started seeing a new doctor and he put me on some new medication. Now they medication makes me dizzy and drowsy and takes about a week to get used to.  I have to taper up to the final dose so it’s going to take a while to adjust to the new medication. The reason why I am telling you this is that I might not be posting on my blog and Instagram as frequently as I use to. And my goal for the New Year is to write more blog post. I so want to give my ladies and gents more. I just want to let you know that it might take some time for me to feel normal and catch up on what I need/want to do.

Right now the fall season is wrapping up here in Jersey and we are going to hit the cold, windy season. Meaning coats, coats, and nothing but coats when you are outside. So this is my homage to the end of sweater weather.

I am so glad I got to wear this chunky sweater. I got it back in June on sale and fell in love with it. It was a size too big but I had to have it. It was so beautiful, you see it’s not solid white, it has a greenish-grey ombre tint and little flakes of silver. And what girl doesn’t like a little shiny once in a while.

I paired it with an infinity scarf that I cut because I didn’t have a regular scarf and some black jeans. Keeping a casual post-Thanksgiving weekend look for me to recoup from the holiday. I just love pairing outfits, going out and taking photographs around where I live for you all. My goal is that one day I can do this full-time for youse guys.

Love you all,

Valerie a.k.a. JG

In This Shoot:

Sweater by JC Penny’s (Something Similar here, here, here)

Jeans by Torrid

Sneakers by Vans (get them here or Amazon)

Scarf by  Azuri (Something Similar here)


Also, Check Out my Amazon Wish List for my favorite beauty and fashion products!


Published by Valerie Pantalone

Artists living in the suburbs of Philadelphia on the New Jersey side of town. Graduated Rowan University College of Art and Design in photography. She's been photographing and painting for over a decade now.

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