Fall is here! Or at least in my head it is, because it's September. September to me means fall, and that it's now acceptable to wear boots again.
I usually do most of my shopping bi-annually, corresponding with both the fall and spring seasons. Fall is my favorite because I love sweater weather, scarfs, boots and cozy stuff.
Here's a quick peek of some things I'm currently wanting to add to my wardrobe this season. All are cruelty-free and vegan of course.
ONE // Turtlenecks! (similar here) // TWO // Ripped Up Boyfriend Jeans (similar here) // THREE // Ankle Boots with Hardware (similar here) // FOUR // Cat Eye Ray Ban Wayfarers // FIVE // Obsessive Compulsive Stained Lip Tar in New Wave // SIX // A dual tone trench. I scored a very similar one from Calvin Klein // SEVEN // I adore this black and neon scarf from ASOS. I'm debating buying it, or if I should just learn to knit one myself. Decisions, decisions.
What will you be picking up to complete your fall wardrobe?
What I'm Wearing // VAUTE COUTURE Coat // HANES Men's Tee // AMERICAN APPAREL Winter Leggings // CORNELIA GUEST Bag // CONVERSE Sneakers // NYC STREET VENDOR Beanie // GIFTED Scarf
I'm totally phoning it in on this post. First off, I was so lazy this weekend this is what I wore out in public when I had to leave the house. Leggings, tee, sneakers, scarf (thank you Gina!), beanie. Done. If I had a choice, I wouldn't have left the house at all. I'm that lazy lately. I took a five hour nap on Sunday I was so tired.
Second I really wanted to make sure I had a post up today but am having the worst day at work ever. So therefore I'm not really in a writing, telling mood.
But hey, at least there's an outfit post!
I think I may have officially moved away from my obsession with leopard and full on into a neon problem. Specifically highlighter yellow. I can't stop collecting items that are that color.
Now as long as I don't combine neon with leopard...
For years I've tried to successfully pull off a headscarf and always felt more like a pirate than fashionable. Keiko Lynn did a great tutorial on how she ties her head scarves, so I figured I'd try it out and loved the results!
My hubby said I looked like the Chiquita Banana lady but then again, the last time he made fun of one of my outfits I ended up on MTV Style, so he has no credibility in my book.