October 19, 2016

Flowers & Leather

Yesterday I grabbed coffee around town with my friend Ashley from Afternoon Espresso. We were loving this warm weather and watching the leaves fall. This type of weather doesn't stick around for long, so you've got to enjoy it while it lasts!

This post is one of my favorites because I am wearing things I know I will wear over and over again this season a bunch of different ways.  This cutout neckline sweater has awesome bell sleeves and is such an update to the typical grey sweater that we all have. It also comes in black! When this asymmetrical leather skirt came into No. 14, I quite literally unpacked it and picked up the phone to call my rep to order more because I knew it was going to fly right out the door. I was not surprised to hear that the brand was completely sold out of it and I wouldn't be able to restock it.  I cannot wait to wear it with this cropped sweater or this amazing tie sleeve sweater both which No. 14 had earlier this season, but have now sold out of.   




It is no surprise that I am so in love with these floral booties. They are going to be my go-to throughout the entire fall and winter to spruce up any outfit.  I cannot wait to wear them with black jeans and a chunky sweater. I also just got this off the shoulder dress, and have worn them a few times together! I especially love them because the heel is low enough that I can work in them all day, which is a huge plus for me! 




Sweater: here
Skirt: here
Bag: Celine, similar here, here, and here (under $50!) 
Booties: here, similar here and here  
Lips: here color Roman Holiday 
Sunnies: sold out, similar here  


My look



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