Happy Friday, friends! I’ve got a new fall outfit for you today. You’ve seen these pieces before, but I hadn’t put them all together till now.
I love this jacket as an alternative to a leather jacket. It’s lightweight and stretchy, making it the perfect topper to a t-shirt on mild fall days.
In this case, the t-shirt of which I speak is this really cute camo dye tee by Cloth and Stone. I really like the high v-neck and the fabric on this top. It’s 56% cupro/44% rayon so it feels nicer than a typical tee. The fabric is really substantial, not super thick, but not thin and stretchy either.
On the bottom, I’m wearing the Good American Good Classic straight ankle jeans in a vintage black wash. I like how they’re fitted through the hips and thighs and straighter from knee to hem. They really suck you in through the tummy area, and they have a fairly high rise at 11 1/2 inches.
These jeans are 30% off, but it’s a final sale, so that’s a bit of a risk. Really, any black jeans would work with this look. I find these to run true to size; I’m in the 6.
And these are the Paige Lia booties from the #NSale. They were definitely a splurge, even on sale, but they’re very comfortable, and I love the lower heel and angled zipper. They’re on sale again, but only a few sizes are left. If you do happen to nab your size, they’re true to size. I have them in the 8.
This is the sort of outfit I like to wear out to dinner with Paul or a group of girlfriends on the weekend, and I can dress it down with mules or sneakers for everyday. All of these pieces are really good, and easy to mix and match to create different looks.
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photos: Alison Cornell