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October 23, 2020
Wow, how weird to be posting a style post! Since we’ve been in quarantine and dealing with so many political and human rights issues, sharing my style seems kind of silly and pointless–especially since we can’t really get out much anymore. But everyone needs a little break from reality every now and then and what better way to grasp at a little sense of normalcy than getting dressed for fall?
The moment the temp dropped, I shopped. Seriously, I went on a fall shopping spree and it felt so great. So expect more style posts because I’m loving a reason to get dressed up! Even if it’s just to take photos and go back home, ha! I got this incredibly soft and comfy crop top on sale for $20. I love crop tops even in the fall because a) it’s not that cold here and b) I love pairing them with high-waisted pants like these perfect faux croc leggings. According to the site, the color of these leggings is “brown/black” and that is 100% accurate. I have so many pairs of black leggings, including a few faux leather pairs, so these are a nice change and very refreshing. Perfect for transitioning to fall if you ask me! Plus that quarantine booty, am I right?
I wanted to add even more fall colors and finally settled on these shoes from years ago and my camel faux suede moto jacket. I thought the fringe added a fun, playful element while the color just screams fall.
I also got these sunglasses and earrings during my shopping spree. Fall is a great time to get sunglasses because there are tons of sales and hello: the sun is still out in the fall! And I’ve been searching high and low for the perfect simple gold drop earrings, and these are it! I got them for under $20 and I’ll definitely be wearing them for years to come.
I obviously didn’t need a purse for this outing since we didn’t actually go anywhere. Tear! But hey, at least I got to feel pretty for a few hours!
What are you shopping for this fall?
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Photos by Ryan Carpenter.