November Lookbook

November Lookbook

The cold weather is finally settling in, and that means layered looks in this month's lookbook! I was so excited to pull out my favorite scarves, rain jackets, and puffer vests these past few chilly/rainy weeks! Click above for a weeks worth of fall outfits and shop all the looks below!!

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Fall Flannels

Fall Flannels

What could possibly be a better way to kick off Fall than with a flannel dress and these adorable new Starbucks cups! (It's not a PSL, I apologize, but my love affair with White Mocha's cannot be replaced)

I paired the dress with my roommate Kayla's brown saddle bag (The Style Genre), a vintage Citizen watch, black ballet flats, and mixed the diamond-back of my LOFT earrings with pearl studs! 

Dress - Similar / Earrings - LOFT and F21 / Bag - Similar / Shoes - Identical

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Fall 2015 Pantone Color Trend Report

Fall 2015 Pantone Color Trend Report

Fall is upon us and with that comes the warm, cozy colors of fall! Pantone displayed a range or warm, earthy neutrals with a few pops of bold color! Here are my 5 favorites with a little inspiration! 

1. Dried Herb - Think Military Green!

Olive-toned green has always been a fall staple. Ralph Lauren ran with this gorgeous color for his Fall 2015 collection (LOVE).  Military-style vests and pants are classics, and they look great paired with navy gingham or a deep burgundy sweater!

2. Oak Buff - Think Mustard Yellow

J.Crew chose to go a little brighter than pantone's pick, but their Fall '15 collection is stunning! And of course, who wouldn't want to rock Olivia Palermo's mustard-yellow coat this fall!

3. Marsala - Think Burgundy 

Pantone's Color of the Year is my all-time-favorite, and I am so excited to break out the deep red wine hues! Banana Republic featured this gorgeous color (and did an amazing job!)

4. Biscay Bay - Think Dark Teal

It's not a common color among most wardrobes, but teal is a great color on almost all skin tones and is a great warmer alternative for fall! 

5. Cashmere Rose - Think Muted Pink

For a feminine touch, pull out that dusty pink cardigan (or dress, or top, or skirt) and pair it with a rich brown or warm olive! 

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