Showing posts with label khaki blazer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label khaki blazer. Show all posts

Monday, September 26, 2016

More neutrals for fall

Blazer- old option  option  option
top-JCP old  option  option  option
pants- Loft
belt- Belk  option
shoes- Payless  option  option
necklace- JCrew Factory  option  option
One of the easiest ways for me to shift from summer to fall is to shift to neutrals. Even when the calendar says fall, sometimes full on fall color doesn't seem right when it's still hot.
 This top is one of my favorites but hasn't been worn in a while. It's the perfect top to switch between work and casual with its ruffle cap sleeve, especially when the temps are still warm. See how I wore it with shorts here.
I tried to keep this from being too boring by going with the cognac heels instead of black. If you want to be a little more trendier, try this block heel pair. Block heels are in this fall.
Have you been following my fall color shopping series on Saturdays? Fall colors are the best!

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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

That blue purse

Blazer- Sears (old)  option  option
blouse- old  option  option
pants- Gap
necklace- Banana Republic via ebay  option  option  option
shoes- Payless  option  option  option
purse- Belk  option  option  option
worn Sept. 14, 2015
It's another Bridgette Raes inspired look. Remember I said I may or may not have fallen in love with a necklace in this post and went on an ebay hunt for it? This is it. I had all the basic pieces to recreate these outfits but needed the accessories. I 'm on love with the necklace and this purse. I'm amazed at how much the purse goes with and the color is refreshing after years and years of brown and black bags. And fall or not, I'm sure you will see this necklace again.
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Thursday, September 10, 2015

Black and White Gingham

blazer- Sears  option   option   option
shirt- old  option  option  option
pants- JCPenney  option
belt- Target  option   option
necklace- Stella and Dot
shoes- Target  option   option
I began to get a little bored with just black and white outfits, so I used a black and white base of a gingham shirt and black pants and added a little bit of color with mustard flats. Leopard is another neutral but adds a fun pattern. The khaki blazer helped keep this more in line with business attire. And yes, you have seen this Stella and Dot necklace a lot. I have worn it a lot since I purchased it and love how it breaks down to make multiple necklaces.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Easy going

Blazer- Sears- similiar similar
shirt- TJMaxx
jeans- Old Navy similar
necklace- Chicos (thrifted) similar
purse- Nine West option
Worn Dec. 8, 2013
Just over a week ago these leaves were gorgeous! Now they are gone. How quickly nature changes and passes us by.
On another note, if you want to be casual and still polished, add a blazer. I like to dress up for church, but didn't feel like it last week. I wanted to wear jeans because I knew we were going straight to lunch and then to do a lot of shopping afterwards, but I added a blazer to feel a little more dresssed up. And I carried the red purse again.
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