The days are definitely getting shorter and the temperatures colder. I was feeling the darker weather recently, and pulled together this moody look for the office. I have been looking for a few burgundy pieces to add to my closet this fall, and while I have visions of tone-on-tone burgundy, the only piece I have picked up is this sweater from Old Navy. It's soft and cosy, and is a great basic piece for layering. And I love how this grey skirt really pops against the dark colors. This outfit is a great example for staying warm and fashionable while the weather is anything but nice!
It's Monday and we are back to the grind! We spent the last few weekends working on home improvement tasks--trying to take advantage of the warm fall weather to accomplish a few things on our to-do list. Nothing too drastic, but it felt good to be outdoors and putting in some sweat equity!
As I mentioned previously, the weather has been fantastic lately. That means no tights yet! I have been enjoying light layers though, like layering this structured dress with this loose blouse. It provides a great office-ready look that gets more mileage out of the dress and the blouse. Also, this color palette has been my go-to this fall: greens, cognac browns, camel hues, and black. I'm always quite inspired by the changing of the leaves that we get in Montana! Looking forward to another lovely week ahead of us!
Shirt: H&M (old) | Dress: Target (old) | Boots: Nine West | Scarf: Old Navy (old) | Bag: Banana Republic (old) | Earrings: betsy & iya
Close to this time last year, I posted about my love for tartan plaid (but really--who doesn't love tartan plaid?!). Well, now I can add this scarf to the mix! ZARA made a similar scarf last year that was all over the place. While I missed out on it then, leave it to Target to come up with an equally as awesome scarf for this fall. It's the perfect accessory to add a touch of fall to any look. Another favorite combination this year: black and camel. Whoever says brown and black don't go together has never met cognac or camel. It's all about the right shades of brown. For me, brown and black is always a good choice come October!