Hi Autumn, nice to see you again… at least for now. As far as I’m concerned, ankle boot and cardigan season is more enjoyable than peacoat and riding boot season. Speaking of cardigans, after seeing these swingy, print cardigans around for a couple years, I finally have one in my closet thanks to Tobi.
Fall is my busiest season for my social calendar, between homecoming, cider festivals, apple picking and other classic fall activities. This means that I need want comfy and cute clothes that works for all of the above. So good thing this “school crush” cardigan goes with everything.
My first instinct is always to keep things simple. Black jeans and ankle boots (these are new and so comfy!) to go with the cardigan, and then a maroon sweater for some warmth and a seasonal pop of color. I couldn’t resist adding a wine colored lipstick either. And of course, a pendant necklace, my necklace style of choice.
Anyone else crushing on cardigans this fall? Or is there another trend you’re totally digging?
P.S. Thanks for the photos, Chrystina! Visit her blog for all your party planning needs.
n. a stretch of sunny and warm days during late autumn
Also known as my favorite time of year. It looks like fall but feels like late spring, what could be better? It’s also usually my last chance to bare my legs and play with light layers before autumn really hits.
A little black dress + utility jacket + print silk scarf is nothing new, but it’s a classic for a reason. (See Katie rocking this outfit formula earlier this year here.) I especially like that my jacket brings out the green in my printed scarf. The scarf and lace cap sleeves are pretty girl, but the jacket and the neutral colors keep it grounded. And the clogs are just typical me at this point!
Anyone else still stretching their summer wardrobe? It’s November in a few hours, so I’ll probably have to switch exclusively to tights and jeans. The clogs and falling leaves can stick around, for now.
P.S. Much thanks to Julia for the lovely photos!! Get in touch with her if you need a photographer in Philly!