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I have been waiting patiently for the temperature to drop and autumn weather to arrive…until now! With regard to fashion, autumn is my favorite season so I had to indulge by pulling out these boots and this sweater dress. Just to remind myself how much I’m looking forward to fall fashion.
Hope you had a great week. Happy Monday. Be stylish and be well! xo
Vest: Rebecca Taylor (on sale in cream), Sweater Dress: BCBG, Bag: Linea Pelle
Shoes: Elizabeth & James, Sunglasses: Elizabeth & James
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Like an annual tradition, every winter I tell myself grey is the new black. It’s probably my most beloved color. It is genuinely a neutral color covering all colorless shades between black and white. And because it is achromatic, or colorless, it pairs with ANY color. That’s a beautiful thing! However, in spite of it, I decided to wear this achromatic color as a monochromatic look. This grey on grey with bold stripes and pinstripes ensemble looks casually chic together! Lastly, for that effortless vibe, a grey slouchy beanie finishes off this monochromatic look.
I picked up these Zara shorts while in New York. The black is available online right now. I think this pinstripe version will be available online soon. So check their site in the next couple of weeks. It’s a great staple!
Shorts: Zara (in black)
Socks: SmartWool (similar)
Amongst my list of essentials for any season is a feminine military jacket! I like this one because it’s not overwhelmingly long for my petite frame. It’s cinched at the waist and accentuates a feminine silhouette. The standup collar projects a corporal vibe. And the studs add just enough embellishment to distinguish the jacket as belonging on the streets rather than in the trenches. The military jacket is truly utilitarian because it’s neutral color lends itself to a plethora of looks and color palettes. Here, I’ve paired it with an entirely neutral ensemble where every article is an essential piece in my opinion!
Considering my obsession for lace, it’s only natural I gravitate towards lingerie inspired clothing. Especially, when adorned with none other than…LACE 😉 This dress is really not as daunting as ‘akin to lingerie’ may sound. Plaid is a print I automatically associate with proper, conservatism, even religion. Must be an association formulated by my Catholic school upbringing! Thus, to me, the print offsets the risqué factor which comes along with lingerie inspired fashion and legitimizes it as a daytime dress. When I bought this dress, I envisioned layering it over a black, thin, long-sleeve shirt paired with stockings or knee high boots. Something very cozy and autumn-like. However, with the San Francisco Indian summer still strongly upon us, I couldn’t fathom the thought of that many layers when doing this shoot. The elimination process began and this is what I was left with. I did add a casual jacket which would pair effortlessly with this look. I will try to circle back to this dress during the colder months and show it styled for fall or winter.
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