Light Fall Layers

We experienced our first fall chill in St. Louis last weekend. Not quite coat weather, I did some light layering to stay cozy and warm. My favorite pieces in my wardrobe are seasonless staples that can be styled all-year round. Yesterday, I reached for a few of those and threw them together to create a comfy fall outfit.

Tank— (on sale)

Shirt— (old) | ,
Vest—℅ 

Pants—℅ 
Bag—

Shoes—

Earrings—

Watch—

Lip—, 

Blush—“

Today’s look started with the outfit I wore in the Fall Fashion Forward post. I kept most of the items in that look, added a long-sleeve shirt, and switched the shoes from pumps to oxfords. And, just like that, the ensemble was made appropriate for a colder day.

Oxfords are an easy choice for adding a lil hip flavor to fall looks. I’m quite fond of this  because of its sleek and slim silhouette. The oxfords come laced, but can be worn laceless. I got them in my usual size 8, and they’ve been comfortable right out of the box.

I’ve gotten so much use out of the gingham button-down shirt I’m wearing. I purchased it on sale in J.Crew Factory last fall. It has a comfortably close fit that makes it perfect for layering. Remember how surprisingly well it paired with leopard? Shopping for one? Check out the new  and this .

Today’s images were taken at the Falstaff ghost sign in my neighborhood. I shot the earlier version of this look at the same location.



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  1. October 5, 2015 / 3:39 pm

    Love the look! Very nice for a cool fall day.

    chic-n-everything.blogspot.com

  2. October 6, 2015 / 2:10 pm

    That bag is everything! Gorgeous color for the fall!

    #BLMGirl

  3. October 6, 2015 / 5:46 pm

    I love how you showed the versatility of the outfit! For a warmer and cooler fall day. LOVE IT!

    Sydney

  4. October 7, 2015 / 9:03 pm

    Loving the vest! Reminds me to pull mine out. You look so chic and fashion forward. LOVE IT!

    ~Whitney

  5. January 24, 2016 / 3:26 am

    love the outfit. Are your pants true to size? I would like to order them.

    • January 25, 2016 / 2:36 pm

      Thanks, Marcy! I wear a size 6 in Venus bottoms. I'm wearing these pants in a size small, which corresponds to a size 4/6 on Venus' size chart. They fit perfectly.

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