A Review of LOGO By Lori Goldstein

This is a sponsored post; as always all opinions are my own. When LOGO reached out about a collaboration I was intrigued. I was familiar with the stylist Lori Goldstein- she’s worked with Annie Leibowitz, Steven Meisel, Donatella Versace, and Vera Wang to name a few. She has a very eclectic style and lives by the Anything With Everything motto. What I love about her LOGO line is that she makes that easy and accessible for us too. I love the way she uses soft fabrics with intriguing detail, making her looks ideal for every day.

I have to admit my style is not eclectic and I rarely pattern mix, but you already know how much I love a capsule so anything with everything sounds perfect to me! I think this line is for those who just want quality fabrics with intriguing details or those who love to mix it up. It’s also perfect for those in the middle who want a little of both. 

While we are certainly already knee-deep in sweater weather, I found that a lot of my sweaters are short, cropped, or traditional cardi’s (also short). As temperatures are dropping in my area I wanted a few looks that are a little longer for more warmth but still very cute. LOGO is known for its eye-catching prints and pretty details (see them here). They also carry a lot of comfy bottoms like leggings, joggers, and pull-on jeans that are perfect for this time of year too.

Here are a few items that caught my eye-

The Animal Jacquard Mock Neck Sweater in Gray- I’m really into grays right now and have added several pieces to my wardrobe. It’s a color that I think really represents this time of year. To me gray is cool and a little mysterious, kind of like the start of a new year. Anything is possible with gray. I also love animal print and I found this one to be a fresh take on a beloved print. The mock neck was also a plus- it gave the added benefit of elongating the neck while not feeling constricting. It’s as soft as it looks and it went perfectly from being an out and about look to one that I kept on all day when I got home. I paired it with the Knit Denim Pull on Joggers in Gray Wash, which might just be my favorite new wardrobe item. These were both comfy and chic!

The Roll Neck Mixed Stitch Sweater in Vivid Purple- This sweater was definitely an eye-catcher. I love the vivid color. It’s more of a magenta to me and I adore that color especially on a drab day. I believe color affects our mood and this sweater is definitely a mood lifter. The longer length made it a perfect winter staple, and while I’m wearing it with pull-on jeans in Medium Wash (size 4) it would be perfect with leggings too. It does run a little large so I sized down to an extra small.

The Mock-Neck Sweater With Stitch Detail -I love that this sweater has cute details like the contrast stitching and seam down the middle. And just like the Roll Neck Sweater, I was attracted to the vibrant color too. Again, I paired it with the pull-on denim but leggings would be fabulous with all of these sweaters too. The longer length makes them all perfect for elevating a legging look.

One big plus for me was mentioned above but I think it deserves a second nod too. If you’re anything like me you might find yourself changing from your out and about looks, to something comfier when you get home. I really like that these looks pull double duty and there’s no need to do that. These pieces really are the epitome of chic and comfy!

While my picks were focused on the longer, cozy sweater selections, LOGO has tops, skirts, blazers, jackets, and more. They’re sold exclusively at QVC and are one of QVC’s most coveted collections! I hope you check them out and you can also check out the Anything/Everything blog here too!

Until Next Post, 

Xo Tonya Parker

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Tonya Parker is a counselor, author and certified life coach who believes in helping women look and feel their best! Ambassador for O, The Oprah Magazine and author of Single Mom Chic

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