Hello, hello! Does this outfit look a bit familiar to you? It should, as it was featured in my Fall Lookbook post earlier this season! After an emotionally draining week, I spent the weekend alone watching Netflix originals and getting ideas together for this creative outlet of mine. Having a creative outlet is so important when you’re feeling down, so I hope you all have identified an outlet that works for you. Although I wasn’t up for shooting a new look this weekend (especially considering I barely left the house), it actually worked out because I wanted to feature this autumn look as its own outfit post.
A classic striped tee is a must-have for any season, not just fall. It’s one of my favorite patterns to wear because of its versatility, and this time around I paired it with two fall trends: olive and leopard. I am so incredibly picky when it comes to finding the perfect jacket. Is it just me or is it impossible to find the perfect fit? I totally lucked out when I picked this hooded jacket from Tobi’s website and it fit as expected. With the utilitarian jacket now crossed off my wishlist, I’m not only missing a classic trench coat to complete my collection.
If you’re still on the hunt for this style of jacket, I recommend the Spectrum Hooded Anorak Jacket from Tobi. It’s also available in black or maroon, both great color options for the season if olive isn’t your cup of tea. I’m not a huge fan of light jeans for the most part, but I do like to step out of my black jeans bubble every once in a while. I paired the striped Topshop tee and olive Tobi jacket with a lighter pair of denim to keep the look from veering too far on the dark side.
The tan boots are a fall favorite of mine that I purchased from Target last year. If you follow me on Snapchat, you may have noticed that I practically live in these boots. They’re comfortable enough to wear all day, and I like how they complete daytime outfits in a way that is casual but still cute.
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