I’m loving 70’s inspired looks this season. Wide leg jeans and super flares are everywhere right now. Embroidered peasant tops are also making a comeback and I’m not complaining. This look made me wish I lived in 70’s. Since it is 2015 though, try incorporating just one or two 70’s inspired pieces into your outfit to avoid looking like you’re going to a throwback costume party. Some other ideas for this amazing fall trend are booties, burgundy, tan, mustard yellow, suede, shift dresses, floral prints, fringe, button up denim skirts, clogs and wide brimmed hats.
Top: Love Tree Happens | Jeans: Blank | Shoes: Kenneth Cole Reaction | Bag: Street Level | Sunglasses: Ray Ban
It’s finally feeling like fall in LA! Here is my first official fall outfit post of the year. Also as you may have noticed, I finally have some quality photos on here, thanks to my good friend Ashley Fischer who is dabbling in some photography and looking to sharpen her skills (I’d say she did an amazing job!) all the while making my blog look a whole lot more legit. Check out her awesome blog here!
I got this amazing slouchy knit sweater at Shoot the Moon LA. Like you’ve heard me say many times before, you can check it out here, and all the other awesome clothes and jewelry. Use the discount code HAYLEY10 to get 10% off your purchase.
This is called the “Four Seasons Cardi”, and for good reason. It’s light weight and would look great worn over a summer dress or with a tank and shorts, but it’s very fall appropriate with jeans/leggings and boots. It’s become my new go-to sweater. I love the multi color threading in black and white as well. I’m seeing a lot of sweaters with this coloring lately and it just gives off a cozy yet trendy look without being sloppy. Best of all, it’s so comfortable!
I wore this sweater with a loose white-t, black liquid leggings and camel booties. I love mixing camel and black. I decided to wear a necklace to match the boots to really bring out the brown to offset the black and white. Since liquid leggings can easily give off an edgier look, which is ok, I did want this to be more of a cozy fall look. I think the brown and gold accents accomplish that goal.
I am looking forward to more fall fashion and sharing with you guys what I’m finding to be “in vogue” this season without breaking the bank!
Have a fun and safe Halloween and until next time…
T-shirt: Urban Outfitters
Sweater: Shoot the Moon LA
Leggings: Urban Outfitters
Boots: Urban Outfitters
Bag: Vince Camuto
Photo Credit: Ashley Fischer
When you live in Southern California you never really get a proper Autumn season. It’s a tiny tragedy for me since fall is my favorite time of the year. Not only for it’s beautiful colors and crisp cool weather, but for the fashion. I keep trying to wear sweaters and boots and find myself overheating in the hot sun. I’m not giving up hope though.
But not to fear… (because I know how terrified you all are for me and my FOMO on fall fashion), it does cool down eventually and then I can bust out the good stuff. Until then it’s a bit of an awkward transitional period. It’s practically October so it feels strange wearing flip flops and a sun dress, but the weather says otherwise. I like to keep it breezy but sprinkle in the fall fashion.
I opted for a thin black sweater and an Aztec inspired print skirt. I added a pair of suede olive booties and my new Shoot the Moon LA feather necklace to keep with the Native American theme (get one for yourself or check out all the other awesome affordable pieces! Discount code HAYLEY10 gets you 10% off your purchase!).
In the evening I switched out the suede boots for black leather heel booties, took out my braid and spruced up my makeup and VOILA I’m ready for a night out!
As fun as this faux fall outfit is, I’m so ready for scarves and layering. Bring on Autumn Los Angeles!
Top: Urban Outfitters
Skirt: Urban Outfitters
Booties: Urban Outfitters
Bag: Target Earrings: Urban Outfitters
Necklace: Shoot the Moon LA