One of the easiest ways to look super chic is to go monochromatic with your outfit. I don’t care the color – for example, if it is blue, a pale ice blue with a sky blue and navy. If it is orange, try a peach, coral, and tangerine combination – the possibilities are literally endless. People will instantly think you have an amazing knack for color pairing – when really it is a rule taken straight out of lazy fashionista 101. If that was news to you, you are welcome!
Over the weekend we visited with family and on the way home we stopped to play at a park that Adam loves to go to. Of course, I had to snap a few pictures of my outfit – what kind of blogger would I be if I hadn’t
There was a chill in the air and a lingering chance of rain, (which luckily didn’t happen until later) so I wore my favorite fall staple and one of my first investment purchases the hubby bought me, this trench by Burberry. The trousers by Chelsea28 are of the cropped variety, and I am very much loving the fit and style right now. I plan on wearing them with tall boots in a grey or camel leather for winter for a sort of 70’s vibe.
I also picked up these culottes that I will be blogging about very soon.
If you are wondering what in the world I was thinking wearing all white to play at a park with a three year old, well I wasn’t – I ended up with Adams boot prints all over my pants. I guess thats why God invented dry-cleaning…
|Outfit Details: Blouse: J.Crew (no longer available) Similar Style | Pants: Chelsea28 | Trench: Burberry – Similar Style | Booties: Vince | Necklaces: I’ve layered three separate necklaces, T+J Designs, J.Crew, Banana Republic|
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