My favourite look this autumn/winter has been the oversized t-shirt or jumper over skinny jeans or ponte pants. I love an oversized knit and bun too. Then there’s oversized bags and sunglasses, well the list is endless. I went through my wardrobe looking for something different, something you hadn’t seen before. You loved the floral blazer over oversized t-shirt and ponte pants, you really like the sized up tunic belted over a cardigan for boho week… So what the heck would I do?

I’d go big on everything. Big hair, big shoes, big big big. Then it was Tuesday and I still didn’t have a post so I decided I’d share my going to the movies outfit. After all oversized is anything that is larger in proportion than normal and this tunic sweater certainly fits that bill. So excuse me while I take a bit of creative license with this week’s theme. After all, the tunic fits beautifully, it’s hardly what springs to mind when you think oversized, but the fact it is what it is and the length it is, it totally works.

Just a note on the tunic knit, a lot like my knit dress, can be worn over jeans, ponte pants and even tights if you’re feeling brave. It’s not often I pair it was a maxi skirt but heck, it was comfortable and something different so worth a go, right? Even if I did almost trip myself over catching the heel of my boot in the skirt. But that might just be me, I have a gift you see. A gift for tripping myself over. I might stick to pants from here on out. Haha.

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Knit Tunic – 17 Sundays {gifted 2012 – sold out}
Necklace – From Hubby
Skirt – Target
Boots – Bare Foot Tess
Men’s Watch – Fossil {2009}


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  • I love it! It’s so elegantly casual 🙂

    • Thank you Kat. I’ve always dreamed of being called elegant… You did read the bit about me tripping myself over, right? Siiigh, so not elegant AT ALL.

  • Martina Hart

    Actually love the oversize watch! And the rest of the outfit of course.

    • Thanks Martina! It’s one of Hubby’s and I often throw it on when wearing neutral tones, it’s just so beautiful.

  • Emma Hinchliff

    I had to giggle a bit when you said you tripped over your skirt because I wouldn’t have tripped over my skirt, I would have got my boot stuck in my skirt and pulled it down and showed my arse, that’s how ridiculously clumsy I am! HAHAHA! Looking wonderful as always though Liss!!! We need a catch up soon with Liv!!

    • Haha. Glad to hear I’m not the only one lady. I got a maxi skirt stuck in an escalator once, just managed to rip it out before being dacked in the middle of a train station. AWKWARD.
      Thanks lovely. And yes! Catch up required urgently.

    • Haha I’d do this too Emma!

  • Trudie Bristow

    I really like this combo. I’m a sucker for a maxi skirt and styling it all sorts of ways, long cardies and tunics. Looking gorgeous as always my love. X

    • Thank you Trudie. A maxi skirt really is super versatile no matter what time of the year it is.

  • Love the whole look! x

  • SpiikerKat

    loving this outfit, looks so comfy, yet so stylish!

  • Ohhh that tunic knit looks so cosy! Perfect for the cold wet winter we’re having in NZ at the moment. Great styling as always hun x

  • Tegan Towie

    If someone said to me wear a loose jumper over a maxi skirt I would have said no way that would look terrible but yet again you prove that it can totally be rocked! Love it all 🙂

  • Jocelyn Brewer

    Ooo that outfit looks comfy and warm. Looking fab lady!

    • It really is. Wear stockings or tights under it if REALLY chilly {like where you are, certainly not here} and you’re set. Thank you. xo

  • Siki-Lou

    um, I just have to say…I LOVE YOU in this post! You are tearing it up with that outfit love!! 😀 xx