Wine & Leopard

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OUTFIT DETAILS 

Cotton On faux fur vest :: Old Navy jeans :: Lola Shoetique heels :: Old Navy belt :: Quay Australia sunnies 


Hey Lovelies! Guess where it finally feels like Fall!! LOS ANGELES, that's where (I'm currently doing my happy dance, lol)!!  And I can't lie, it feels so darn good! I am so in love with the cold, brisk mornings, and the chilled evenings we've been having the last few days. So with the change of weather, comes a change of attire which I'm super elated  for because I'm actually able to wear my fall related looks now. Yippee! And also pretty excited that all the items I have purchased  for fall won't go to waste (which is the real reason I'm happier than happy)! 

So since this is technically my first fall look, first up had to be my favorite combo for Fall 2015, "wine & leopard". I highly doubt that this combo is an official Fall 2015 color scheme trend, but I'm so feeling wine and leopard for this season. I've seen several variations of this color pretty much any and everywhere, which doesn't bother me one bit because I personally am a mega fan of wine, burgundy, oxblood, and anything else in between. This color always looks so rich, bold, and beautiful. It's also no secret to you guys how fond I am of leopard, so the two of them together is a slice of perfection from my point of view. When wearing animal prints, I think it is important to keep it minimal especially when pairing with a dominant color because there's definitely a fine line between chic and tacky. I typically try to incorporate my animal prints as the accessory which usually always adds a nice compliment to my look without being overwhelming. I've had this faux fur vest for four years now, but I love bringing it back into my rotation for fall and winter months. I scored these boyfriend jeans from Old Navy the other day for 10 bucks! I love randomly popping into Old Navy because you can always count on a good deal and great finds!

As a last thought, we obviously know that the  autumn days will begin to increasingly get more chill, so my little tip is to try layering up with what you have in your wardrobe. Fall and Winter items tend to be more pricier so try to cutting some costs by making what you already have work. Invest in  sleeveless vest (very popular this season), coats, and cardigans because you can re-wear them and create tons of looks. You'll find that your autumn days will totally be easy breezy, literally!  MSsignature


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