I wear my first batch of Lodo dresses all summer long. Especially my wide striped version. I find it to be the perfect comfy, yet elevated knit dress that I can wear with sandals to the playground or dressed up for a date. So, I decided that I needed a couple that also would work for colder weather. Although it is short sleeved, paired with some thick tights, a leather jacket, and some booties, I think it works perfectly for the fall and winter. I sourced both of these cozy knits from The Fabric Store online. The first one is a boucle that is so lush and soft to the touch. You can find it here. It's pretty much like wearing french terry but dressed up. One great thing about this boucle in particular is that it has a super subtle silver strand going through it. Now usually I am a hard no to anything with sparkle, but for the holiday months this was perfect. I actually wore it out on New Year's Eve and it was awesome. So comfy and easy to wear, but still just special enough for a holiday event. I especially love this dress paired with my leather jacket, thick tights and leather booties. Put together, intentional, on trend and yet also casual in a way. At the same time that I sewed up the boucle version I also sewed up this black ponte one. I am a big fan of ponte in general because it holds it's shape so well, although not all pontes are created equal. They often have too much polyester for my taste and pill, but this one is really nice quality. You know how I love sewing up things in pairs to get more bang out of my sewing time and this was an easy one. In fact, I started cutting out both of these dresses at about noon and wore one of them out that night. I especially love this black version because I know that I can wear it in the spring and summer too. Paired with some sandals this is pretty much my perfect everyday warm weather dress. But, paired with thick tights, booties, a cuff (from Native Clutter) and some dark lipstick it's perfect for winter too. What do you guys think? Do you think that I pulled off the Lodo dresses as cold weather appropriate? I know that I can't wait to wear these all year long.