Friday, October 23, 2015


Vest (old, this year's version) || Flannel Shirt || Denim || Boots (old, similar) || Bag || Sunnies || Scarf

Autumn is my favorite season of the year. Walking down cobblestone sidewalks in the District amidst the changing tree-lined streets is really quite charming. My hair always seems to be grateful for the absence of humidity, while I find myself struggling to ward off early signs of dry "winter" skin. You win some, you lose some.

The other day I spent some time admiring the city from my roof deck. A recent dip in temperatures coupled with a crisp wind made for an unseasonably chilly week. Really, by all accounts, perfect fall weather. I find that sometimes dressing for the transitional weather can be a bit challenging. I'm always asking myself "will I be too cold wearing this skirt?" or "will I be too warm in this sweater?"

My solution? Layering. I love how easy it is to throw on a couple of layers and create a cohesive autumn look. Layering also affords the flexibility I want when I'm unsure of how to dress for the weather (which has been quite frequent recently). Right now I'm really loving the versatility of vests - but I find myself wearing jean jackets and chunky sweaters as outer layers, too.

End note: have you shopped the Tory Burch Private Sale yet? I'm excited to style the Leena Booties I snagged in an upcoming post!

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