The moto jacket is a great fall layer. I have a few and reach for them all the time, especially when it comes to my workwear. Like so many pieces that I wear, I love that the style can be dressed up with a dress or down with jeans. It’s super versatile! A few weeks ago, I was browsing Old Navy’s website when I spotted this burgundy suede moto jacket. I instantly knew I needed it in my fall wardrobe!
This dress checks all the boxes for me. High neck, cute ruffle details and a fun print. Last week I raved about this grey ruffle sleeve sweater and hinted about another find from that day. Well here it is! The cutest printed mini dress I have ever seen.
A must-have fall dress under $100. Sounds too good to be true, right? I have been dreaming of this dress since I first spotted it during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. I wasn’t quick enough to add it to my shopping bag and it sold out. Needless to say I was devastated. It came back into stock, but was backordered. When Nordstrom gave the estimated shipping date of late October, it seemed like a lifetime away. Well, the dress I had been waiting for arrived last week and I couldn’t wait to wear it.
Now that sweater weather is officially here for us in Northern Virginia, I have been pulling out all my favorites that I have been collecting since summer. I know I have a few (ok, a ton!) of statement sleeve sweaters, but this grey ruffle sleeve sweater might just be my new favorite. And you won’t believe where it’s from…
One accessory that I get excited for each fall and winter is a faux fur vest. I typically incorporate one into my wardrobe each year (this year it was two..oops!). But of all my faux fur vests, this is definitely the most unique. A lighter layer, this faux fur vest is perfect for this time of the year. Although, I see myself wearing this all fall and winter, too.
If I have said it once, I have said it one hundred times, I love a versatile piece that can be worn across the seasons. I first bought this orange swing dress in the spring (you may remember it from this post) and I loved wearing it all spring. Once the temperatures warmed up, I had to put it aside, but was determined to find another way to wear it once the cooler temperatures arrived. We spent the weekend in Pittsburgh a few weekends ago and couldn’t wait to style this spring dress for fall.
It’s fall y’all! The temperatures dropped on Friday and Saturday and it actually started to feel like fall here in Virginia. Needless to say, I couldn’t wait to grab a few of my fall favorites. This oversized fall monogrammed sweater and suede ankle booties make for a cozy and casual fall look.
A monogrammed sweatshirt. There aren’t many things better than this combination! A mix of comfortable and cute, this sweatshirt is the perfect top for a casual weekend in the fall. I talked about my love for monograms last week in this post, but this sweatshirt takes it to a new level.
A couple of months ago, I wore this gorgeous burgundy dress as a transitional piece (post here). I paired it with a chambray shirt for a top and skirt effect. Now that the fall temperatures have arrived, I am styling it with a light-weight long sleeve tee. This dress and tee are perfect fall layers for work.
It is safe to say that my love for statement sleeves runs pretty deep. I have shared quite a few statement sleeves this fall, and this purple ruffle sleeve top is the latest in my ever-growing collection. I wore this outfit two weekends ago to the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and Kendra Gives Back event with Kendra Scott. Given the event, the outfit would not be complete without purple and a few Kendra Scott pieces.