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3 Outfits Perfect for Fall

Military hues for Veteran’s Day. Army green and beige work extremely well in the fall. I’ve purchased my military-esque jacket from Diesel many years ago and it’s been a dynamic piece in my wardrobe every fall season.  I layered the jacket over my beige chunky over-sized sweater from Theory and just threw on one of my favorite boot cut jeans from William Rast and scrunched up the bottoms with my saddle suede-shearling boots from Dolce Vita and then was off on my way for the day outside. I felt cozy the entire time in the city despite it being windy.  Also, helping to combat the winds was my faded blue baseball cap from Brooks Brothers.

Delicate creamy pink hues take the cake. A casual tee with simple details are a major step-up from your other tees.  I think this tee may be one of my ultimate favorites.  The lace detail on this tee makes it feminine without being dressy. It’s also an easy tee option that will not make you look lazy.  A muted cream moto-style jacket that vibes off of the baby pink of the tee.  And instead of blue jeans, I opted for black skinny jeans (not pictured).  The black skinnies complimented off both the rocker-esque of the moto-style jacket and the elegance of the lace.  Taking on the hue down below are beige suede laced boots from Elizabeth & James, which are a classic go-to for me in my boot collection.  As you can see they’re worn down a bit but shoes, along with jackets and bags, usually better with age/use anyway.

Football Sundays, fit in with the crowd and wear your team’s colors. Since I prefer not to parade around in a jersey unless I am going to the game or out to a specific football event, I aim to go for sporty basics to style football Sundays looks.  Fall and team appropriate: green flannel (J Crew), check.  Slightly off army green jacket, check.  Scarf (Anthropologie) that goes and doesn’t represent any other colors of the opposing team, check.  Black Black vegan leather skinnies (Anthropologie), check.  Moccasin shearling wedge boots, check.  Now I can go out and do my thing whether its brunch or running errands all while showing a bit of under the radar team pride.

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