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5 Perfect Looks for November

November 8, 2014

So we’re officially a week into November, and I’m really starting to enjoy this chilly weather. This morning I’ve got my mug of green tea, my favorite candle burning, and some brand new slippers on my feet. This is the stuff fall weekends are made of!

While I can reminisce about sunny summer days and tropical prints all day long, there’s no denying that fall fashion is a different kind of addicting. In November we transition from the boho-tastic earth tones and ponchos of September and October into the glamorous metallics and party dresses of December and January… which means this month you can get your hands on all of the above.

Here are 5 outfits that are perfect for November to get you inspired.


Above: 1. Bauble Bar Violet Meteor Drops 2. Rag & Bone Mila distressed cut-off denim shorts 3. Topshop Double Layer Sheer Solid Sweat 4. J.Crew Diamond Dot Tights 5. Rupert & Sanderson Leather Parnassus Ankle Boots


Above: 1. Donna Karan Oversized alpaca, silk, cashmere and wool-blend cardigan 2. AUDEN Lenox Bib Necklace 3. Topshop Jacquard Swing Slip Dress 4. Essie Nail Polish in Mademoiselle 5. H&M Cable-knit Knee Socks 6. Dirty Laundry Tall Tales Lace-Up Tall Boots


Above: 1. Topshop Freedom Found Collection Engaved Disc Bracelet 2. Topshop Outline Detail Cuff 3. Free People Hybrid Strappy Leather Bootie 4. APIECE APART striped woven alpaca-blend poncho 5. Rick Owens Stretch leather and cotton-blend leggings


Above: 1. H&M Jacquard-knit Cardigan 2. Dara Ettinger Top Dipped Gold And Pink Agate Jill Ring 3. Milly Jacquard mini dress 4. H&M Macramé Bag 5. Free People Fleet Lace Up Boots


Above: 1. Leif Gem Collector Beanie 2. Nars Nail Polish in Schiap 3. Rick Owens ‘Nasha’ ankle boots 4. Diane Von Furstenberg wrap style jumpsuit 5. Vivienne Westwood Anglomania Atmos chunky-knit wool-blend cardigan

Speaking of shopping… I just learned about the Amazon universal wishlist button, which lets you build a wishlist on from any other retail sites on the web, including marketplaces like Etsy, and then share it. It’s perfect for the holiday season—you can tell your family and friends to set one up, so you can get a glimpse at what they want this year. *wink wink*

Time to play dress up…

One Comment leave one →
  1. November 10, 2014 1:23 AM

    Reblogged this on jayseca.

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