Going Green

The color of this dress has many names: emerald, forest, sherwood and (I’m sure) many more. Whatever you like to call it, I think it is a fabulous color for fall. It’s rich tones work with many colors as evidenced by how I styled it below. I grounded the look with these gorgeous gray suede over-the-knee boots by Goodnight Macaroon, which pulls out the gray tones in the scarf. Get full outfit details below.

Dress: Madewell (old, similar here or here) || Scarf: Aritzia (old, similar here) || Clutch: Hobo International (old, similar here) || OTK Boots: Goodnight Macaroon || Ring: Madewell

Monochromatic

There is something about a monochromatic look that makes me feel incredibly svelt. I started this day out in a completely different pair of pants that just weren’t doing it for me. So, I stopped in at Madewell on my lunch hour and picked up these 9″ high rise skinny jeans. I now have two pairs on these jeans and they are quickly becoming my favorite.

Shirt: Madewell (On Sale!) || Vest: Madewell || Jeans: Madewell || Booties: Clarks (old, similar here) || Bag: Mansur Gavriel  || Sunnies: Rayban

(Wo)menswear

“This is a man’s world
But it would be nothing, nothing
Without a woman or a girl”

-James Brown

One of the luxuries of being a woman is that we get to borrow from the men. This includes in the fashion world as well. What I like most about the look below is the masculine  feel with the ultra-feminine touches. I mean, it doesn’t get any more girly than leopard print and a glittery broach. I felt like a total girl boss in this look.

How do you like to incorporate menswear inspired pieces into your wardrobe? Let me know in the comments below.


Coat: H&M (old, similer here) || Sweater: Abercrombie (sold out, but love this one) || Shirt: Madewell || Jeans: Citizen of Humanity || Shoes: Free People || Brooch: Banana Republic || Sunnies: Rayban

Pleats and Plaid

Pleats and Plaid

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It’s so fun when unexpected pieces come together to make a really awesome outfit. It’s not everyday that I pair a pink and navy plaid with a knife pleat skirt, but in this case it just works.

Shirt: Mindy Mae’s Market || Skirt: J.Crew (old, very similar here) || Shoes: Banana Republic (old, similar here) || Bag: Tory Burch || Watch: The Horse || Earrings: Bauble Bar (old, LOVE these) || Ring: Anthropologie (old, love this one and this one)