Shirt & leggings: Kohls
Scarf & hat: gifts
Shoes (not pictured): TOMS
On the cusp of winter, I've been looking back, at my outfits from this fall.
These past few months, I've been gravitating towards:
* Not pants. At some point in October, I decided I was so over pants. I still wear them to work, and occasionally when tights seem like a feat, but I really made an effort to wear skirts. They're just more comfortable, less restricting. Jeans, especially non-stretchy ones, end up bunching up uncomfortably when you're trying to be cozy. No thanks.
* Neutrals. I've enjoyed pairing neutrals with a pop of color, or an overall subdued color palette. In the past, I've written this off as boring. But, it's more like a challenge. How can I make this modern? What will elevate this from boring to classic? I like adding layers, tights, boots or patterns to make it fresh.
* Digging deeper into my closet, a.ka. "waiting a really long time to do laundry". I like watching my favorite items go into the basket, leaving me with my more un-used items. It's a puzzle, trying to pair items, and mix-and-match things. It's more of a success when you've pieced together a fun outfits with items you don't normally wear.
What has your fashion looked like this fall?