Jacket – Abercrombie | Turtleneck – Club Monaco (similar here) | Jeans – Free People (similar here) | Boots – Stuart Weitzman (similar here) | Sunglasses – Le Specs

I was NOT a big Abercrombie and Fitch fan in high school. I thought their clothes were a bit cheesy and too casual for my taste. And that has always been my opinion of them…until this year. I never in a million years thought I would love shopping there, but here I am. An Abercrombie & Fitch fan. They have done a huge overhaul in their clothing and image, and I have been impressed with every single piece I’ve purchased. A few things here and there have not worked, but the fit, quality and styles are really great. They are what I wish the GAP would become. Classic pieces that are chic, stylish but fit really well. I also love how they have petite sizing which is always something I gravitate towards in pants and jeans (I’m only 5’4″). Since I have begun shopping there and sharing my purchases with all of you, I am shocked at how much great feedback I have received. And from a blogging perspective, I check my analytics regularly to see what is performing well and regularly see Abercrombie in my top converting retailers. I saw this faux leather puffer that I am wearing in these photos and instantly snagged it during a recent sale. I love the fit, color and know I will get a ton of use out of it this winter. I rounded up a bunch of other pieces from Abercrombie that I’m loving right now in the widget below. However, if you want more styled looks with their pieces, here are a few previous blog posts: the most perfect striped shirtdress, love this lace camisole, a classic cable knit sweater¬†and a handful of looks in this sales round-up post.