October 20, 2014
October 17, 2014
It’s somehow Monday again and I need all of the coffee. This weekend went by much too quickly, what with the shorter days and now the pre-winter chill that has just officially rolled in. Up until yesterday, I could still get away wearing a simple cami or a short-sleeve tee outside but now sweater weather is here and I don’t think it’s leaving anytime soon.
So let’s have fun with it before we’re all condemned to bundle up in bulk. I love the idea of a light crewneck sweater over a floral pencil skirt. It’s cozy enough to survive a dip in degrees, but still refined enough for the office. An outfit that’s weather and work appropriate? Count me in.
Sweater: C. Wonder (similar here and here)
Necklace: Benevolent Jewels (c/o) (similar here and here)
Watch: Michael Kors
Ring: Julie Vos
Heels: JustFab (c/o) (similar here)
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October 16, 2014
Oh hey Friday! What took you so damn long to get here? It’s been a long week at work and I’m so looking forward to a little bit of R&R. The plan? No plans. I just want to frolic through the fall foliage, take a nap in the park and spend as much time outdoors as possible. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Jacket: Gap (similar here and here)
Top: Lou & Grey (similar here and here)
Necklace: Kitsch (c/o)
Tote: GiGi New York (c/o)
Bracelet: Ann Taylor, J.Crew
Heels: J.Crew (on sale!)
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jacket // hat // necklace // tote // iPhone case // bag // watch // earrings // boots
When it comes to neutrals, black and white has kind of been my jam lately (see exhibit A and B). But as we dive further into fall, I’m craving subdued hues that are a little richer and a little more luxe. Enter the new color contenders: navy, dove grey, blush and camel. Pieces like this moto jacket, this crossbody bag and this two-toned tote make for the perfect fall refresh on the classics and I’m dying to add them into the rotation. What’ve you been craving lately?