I think I have a new color obsession. Rust is not a color I typically gravitate to, but it’s trending this fall so it’s everywhere right now . . . And I can’t stop buying it!
Unfortunately these plaid pumps are low inventory, but I think they’re a really great pairing with this dress. Since the dress is solid, the pattern and texture in the pumps really levels up the look.
If you can manage to snag a pair in your size, they’re marked down to $47!!! They’re true to size (I’m wearing my usual 8) and I find them very comfortable and walkable.
Another option is tall suede boots in a warm caramel color.
Another option in a lighter shade is this Vince Camuto pair for under $100.
This dress has such pretty details. The curved princess seams, wide neck, and ribbed ottoman fabric all work together to add interest and create a flattering silhouette.
Three-quarter-length sleeves are known to be the most flattering length, and of course they’re also perfect for showing off your arm candy!
Plus, the pockets are positioned in a way that doesn’t created extra bulk or draw undue attention to the hip area.
This dress runs true to size; I’m wearing my usual 8. And if you’re not a fan of rust, it does come in a quite a few other colors, including a classic black.
I carried a shoulder bag in a light shade of camel (or cardamom, as they call it), and I added a few pieces of simple jewelry to complete the look.
I’d wear this outfit to work, church, out to dinner, an event at the kids’ school . . . pretty much anywhere this fall!
rust sheath // plaid pumps // suede boots // shoulder bag // bracelet // earrings // sunnies
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photos: Alison Cornell