Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Mixing Textures and Patterns








Chambray Shirt (TJ Maxx) | Top (Joe Fresh) | Scarf (Old Navy) | Pants (J Brand) | Shoes (Sam Edelman - last season) | Watch (MK)
Photos by the sister, edits by E ♥

Hi everyone! Today's outfit is a much more casual, everyday outfit compared to the other looks I've posted recently. But it's a compilation of all the things I'm loving for fall: infinity scarves, denim, colored jeans, and boots! I'm serious, I think I've bought five infinity scarves already this season (okay, probably more) and I think it's safe to say I own a pair of pants in every color of the rainbow. I am in no way trying to brag, but am simply expressing my extreme lack of self-control I have when it comes to shopping, and the probable addiction that I have not yet been diagnosed with. Someone please water my wallet cause it's running seriously dry. 

I've been told that I have extreme attention to detail (when it comes to certain things...and my room is definitely not one of them). But I think the beauty of this outfit lies in all the little details that set it apart from being just another pair of pants with a t-shirt, a denim shirt, and a scarf. I purposely chose my Joe Fresh top that has sequined polka dots and paired it with a denim shirt. On the bottom I chose burnt orange twill pants from J Brand instead of doing denim on denim. Last, the warm colors in the pants go well with a leopard (cheetah? what's the difference...) print scarf - love the orange paired with the base color of the scarf! Hope you enjoyed this look!!

XOXO, 
E ♥

P.S. I looked up the difference. It was leopard! And if you click this link, you will now know the difference between a cheetah and a leopard in the unfortunate case that you are ever attacked by one, cause I know you'll all be checking the pattern of its fur instead of running like your life depends on it! I  call that true fashionista commitment. You go Glenn Coco ;)

2 comments:

  1. Love love love your style! you're an inspiration

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