Fashion Friday: Fall Tones


I’ve been really into all the burnt reds, golds and yellows as of late when it comes to fashion (you can see my new favorite caramel colored cardigan at the bottom of the post or on Instagram!) These warm, cozy colors are totally inspired my the tones of fall and perfect for this time of year. I pulled together a few outfits that utilize these colors in small and large doses- from work to apple picking and everything in between!

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A great work or work event look:

Perfect for the weekend:

Love this unexpected look for an event- a shrunken, boxy sweater with a hip-grazing satin skirt:

My favorite sweater blazer now comes in LEOPARD. I can die happy:

I adore this plaid skirt (comes in lots of color options)- paired with a fitted t-neck, tights and over the knee boots it’s a go-anywhere look.

This is my current fave cardigan– pricey for sure, but such a staple and one that dresses up or down, looks crisp and flatters the figure while keeping you warm. Basically the unicorn of cardigans. And it doesn’t hurt that it pairs perfectly with the 874 pairs of leopard shoes I have (these shown are J. McLaughlin).

(sorry for the lame iPhone shot with horrendous lighting and basket of dog toys!)

 

10 comments

  1. Oh my gosh, why did it take J.Crew so long to make a leopard sweater blazer?! The one on the model makes it look huge, though!

  2. I envy your amazing figure! You can seriously wear ANYTHING! And you always look so chic and put together. Love all the fall items!

  3. I bought a caramel top this fall that accidently goes with a caramel jacket … and I added a cranberry tunic. Got my leopard print smoking style slippers (several seasons ago). I don’t think I’m ready for a leopard sweater jacket just yet…

  4. I love your style and always love your fashion posts! In a future fashion post, can you recommend a variety of good skinny jeans? I can’t seem to find a pair I love – they all seem to stretch out too quickly or the material is too thin. Thank you!

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