It's no secret that fur is making a huge comeback this season. After seeing fur jackets and accents all over the runway at fashion week, I've been looking for ways to incorporate it ever since!
This Kenneth Cole coat has become one of my favorite staple pieces over the years, and it finally stopped raining long enough me to break it out in Seattle. :) This was one of those outfits that you just feel good in!
Let's talk about these ZARA jeans. Last April I tried them on, fell in love, and left the store without them. I regretted it so much but they just weren't in the budget! I saved all summer knowing I would look for them again when I got back to Seattle. When you're still thinking about something you tried on months later, you know it's worth the splurge. The Cigarette style fits me perfectly and I love the distressing around the ankle. This pair of denim is absolutely worth the investment!
A few weeks ago, I won an Amazon gift card (always fill out those email surveys cluttering your inbox!) and immediately knew what I wanted to buy. These Circus by Sam Edelman booties are a little more edgy than my usual taste, but I can feel my style changing this season and they are proving to fit in perfectly. They are so comfy and lined with conversation-starting subtle details.
I topped off this look with a few fall accessories. This new blanket scarf, gifted by Nordstrom B.P. is so soft and cozy for fall. I love the pastel colors- such a nice contrast to the typically dark tones popular in fall.
My final accessory is this super cute Lucky Brand hat I borrowed from a friend. I've been looking for a charcoal felt hat of my own, but all the cute ones I find are upward of $40! I can't bring myself to spend that much on a hat, so I did a little wardrobe switch with my sweet friend. She wore my sweater, I wore her hat, and we both looked fabulous! If you're in a wardrobe rut or can't afford a trend you love, go shopping in a friend's closet!
Hope you wear something you feel beautiful in this week!
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Photos in this post courtesy of the ever so lovely Savannah Bruce.