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Happy Thursday, friends 🙂 We’re officially over the hump of the week and in the fast last lane to the weekend. Can y’all believe that it is November? I honestly feel like September and October were gone in the blink of an eye. Truly, I think that the last 4 months of the year (September- December) go by the quickest of every other season. That is probably because I love the fall and colder weather and because we have so little of both here in North Carolina. Anyway, the weather here has been a little harsh but will be in the low 70s all weekend long, so I cannot complain! This weekend, I want to start decorating for Christmas (I know, I know – please judge lightly). In the 3 years that I have lived in my current home, I haven’t had a Christmas tree but I definitely think this year is the year for me to finally get one. Since I have never had my own tree, I want to start shopping early so I get first dibs. I also want to get a bunch of decorations before Thanksgiving and Black Friday madness.
On Tuesday, I shared my everyday fall look, and today I’m sharing another fall look that I love to mix up. This rust color is basically fall, if you had to define it by one tone. I seriously adore this sweater because the cowl neck detail makes it easy to dress up or to dress down, plus, it is lightweight and can be worn throughout different seasons. If you’ve been following my blog for some time, you know that I try to buy pieces that can be worn in more than one season to maximize wear. Another one of my closet staples, that y’all see so often, is white jeans from Old Navy. I snagged these black OTK boots a few weeks and y’all, they are literally SO comfortable – it’s insane. Pairing with a fun herringbone vest and gold hoop earrings, my perfect fall outfit is complete with staple pieces from my closet. This month, I am trying to pull out more pieces from my current wardrobe to shop and style with a few new pieces mixed in the middle. As much as I wanted to do a shopping detox this month, with all the holiday sales and events, that probably will not happen. I think that pulling more from my personal wardrobe and only styling 1-2 new pieces per look, I will get more wear out of my clothes focus on adding quality pieces to my wardrobe.
Just like Tuesday’s post, we shot this outfit on a parking garage rooftop at a few different angles and I did very little editing to these. I am currently searching for an Instagram “theme” #BloggerProbs and will be trying different styles this month, so please be patient with me! I hope that y’all enjoy this post and have a lovely day. -xo, Azanique <3