One of my current obsessions this fall is knee high socks. They are great to pair with tall boots, ankle booties, and even pumps. To some, this hosiery is reminiscent of their school uniform days. I thought I would embrace this idea but give it a cooler edge.
I paired these socks with a pleated black skirt, graphic tee, military jacket, and leather booties. It feels very Serena van der Woodsen in private school (sorry I have been rewatching a lot of Gossip Girl on Netflix lately.) And yes…my shirt is a quote by Karl Lagerfeld saying “I am basically the most superficial person in the world.” Gotta love it. ;-)
They’re all over bloggers, models, and fashion lovers everywhere. Fedora’s are the hat to sport this fall. This accessory quickly transforms an outfit into something modern and inspiring. The best thing about these fedoras is that they come in so many varieties. My personal suggestion is to get one that is made of felt (or similar material) and that can be worn with versatility. Make sure you store your summer fedoras (for example, straw fedoras) and represent the current season.
Any girl who truly loves fashion loves any accuse to get dressed up. So today’s work event is no exception. Instead of wearing a ball gown (which I’d never unless it was to some truly MAJOR event) I opted for a chic silver shift dress. However, I’m in a leadership position at my job so I wanted to still convey that. This is why I decided to layer a sleeveless jacket on top, but, you know me, I always have to keep it edgy and cool so I decided to cinch it with a studded belt. I topped off the look with a fabulous statement necklace and my pointed toe booties and this girl is ready to work….it.
As you may be able to tell from past OOTD, I have a fondness for graphic tees and sweatshirts. Nothing beats a fun and quirky statement or appealing image. So obviously I was drawn to this great Parisian sweater. And what goes better with black and white than a touch of red?? Add a matching lip and leather booties and I think it’s a job well done.
I don’t know if it is apparent, but I am so excited that it’s fall. Besides the crisp air and pumpkin spiced EVERYTHING, there is nothing I love more than layering.
That’s why I had a blast with this look. Not only are the colors spot on for the season, but there is so much movement and detail in the look. The leather elbow pads and my knee high socks were my favorite details of the look. What were yours?
I’m fully embracing fall now that it’s October. Let’s be honest, I was dying to take my fur vest out of my closet. While the weather’s still mild, I decided to wear my rust colored skirt (it looks way more pumpkin orange in these pics….perfect for Halloween!) I also thought the stripes and the texture of the vest looked really cool together. It mixed a little sweet with a little attitude.
So, I’m trying not to post my selfies as my OOTD as much, however it was drizzling outside so I figured my fitting room shots would have to do!
I really like the bohemian look as a transition from summer into fall. Light fabrics mixed with my over the knee boots and wool hat, it’s the perfect outfit for the strange weather New England has this time of the year (one minute you’re freezing, the next it so humid out!)