Work Wear Week 6

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I'm a few weeks behind sharing work outfits- but I'm still excited to share this set.  It's one of my favorites, even a little late.  


Target cardigan | Gap tee | Milly skirt | Marc Fisher flats

Casual Friday

H&M utility jacket | H&M dress | Toga Pulla booties

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Fall Hues + Hello Monday Linkup

Hey Friends!

I scooped up this suede jacket earlier this season, a little unsure what I would pair it with since so much of my fall wardrobe is cool shades like olive and gray.  Usually I don't make impulse buys like that, but I absolutely loved the cut and color so I figured I'd work that detail out later.  Well turns out I have a few more colors in my wardrobe than I recollected, and quickly found it went perfectly with teals, navy, and wine.  

Ann Taylor velvet skirt with pockets [exact]  //  Old Navy striped turtleneck [this season's]  //  BlankNYC suede jacket [exact]  //  Burnt orange tights [similar]  //  Suede loafers [similar]  //  Rebecca Minkoff Mab camera crossbody [similar]  //  Madewell tassel necklace [similar

I'm still uncertain about the tights selection in this look- I think I'd prefer navy, but I don't have any, so rust it was!  

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Embroidered Jeans + Hello Monday Linkup

I traveled much of this last week for work and got home late Friday night, so I was very excited to have a relaxing weekend.  I spent Saturday morning finishing up the second season of Stranger Things (#teamSteve #RIPyurtle) and catching up with Sherlock.  Then husband and I saw Thor Ragnarok (so good!) and got lunch at a fun spot downtown.  The rest of the day was pretty low key- groceries, unpacking, laundry, and it was welcome given my busy week.

Abercrombie sweater [exact super cozy]  //   Gauze popover [exact]  //  Embroidered jeans [exact under $100]  //  Velvet maryjanes [exact on mega sale]

Other than guilt-free lazy weekends, weekday traveling also has additional perks, like coming home to packages 😉
I arrived home to this sweater I've been eyeing and found for a crazy good deal and a small Abercrombie haul.  I'd been eyeing these jeans for awhile, so when I saw them go on sale last week, I scooped them up.  I also ordered this super plush pullover, a mock neck sweater (seen here).  

I wasn't entirely sure what I was going to wear with these jeans, so I was pleasantly surprised when two other items in my parcel went perfectly- this gauze popover and cozy cableknit sweater.  Plus I could finish it all off with one of my favorite pairs of shoes- which are on sale for under $50!

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Tie-Neck Blouse + Hello Monday Linkup

Happy almost Halloween!

It suddenly got really chilly here, which has me breaking out all my cozy layers and fleece tights.  I wore this to work last week, and couldn't wait to shoot it for the blog.  I get excited about basically all clothes, but sometimes an outfit has a little something that really makes me love it and want to wear it over and over.  That's this outfit.  

Plaid and tie-neck blouses are two of my favorite things, so when I saw them embodied in just one top, I knew I had to have it.  It looks equally cute with jeans and a cardigan, and is a really soft superlight flannel.  I'm trying to convince myself I don't also need the navy, specially since it's on sale...

BlankNYC suede moto jacket [this season's shade of olive]
  //  Plaid tie-neck blouse [exactlove this too]  //  Coated tweed skirt [exact, I'm wearing a 'Tall' for length]  //  Rebecca Minkoff tote [similar]  //  Gucci Brixton loafers [exact]

Also, funny note about these pictures... I'm actually wearing two pairs of tights.  No, not because it was cold.  We were shooting a few outfits at a park near our place, and I was changing in the car.  It seemed much easier to just put these black tights over the rust ones from the earlier look.  As soon as I managed that feat of flexibility in my car, husband walks over to tell me the bathrooms are open.  Ha!  At that point I was committed to just wearing two pairs of tights though...


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