A perfect fall outfit: cashmere sweater, jeans, and ballet flats.
I am slowly trying to lean into the flare jean trend...it is not overly natural for me but I will say its been growing on me! This is a pair of flare jeans from Good American (one of my favorite brands for denim) - I always suggest sizing down in Good American because their styles tend to have a good bit of stretch. My other favorite flare jeans are from Veronica Beard, so I will link those as well.
As you all know, I am such a fan of shoes from Margaux. The female founded brand offers beautiful designed classic women’s shoes in extended sizing (US 3 - 14) with three width options. As someone who has a size 12 shoe, it can be so hard to find chic and high quality shoes in my size so I often turn to Margaux. I must own at least eight pairs of their shoes, if not more! For this fall season, I thought it would be fun to add a pop of red to my closet with this scarlet red Demi ballet flat. (Gifted)
I have been a long time follower of Liz Damrich, so I was thrilled when I saw that she was launching a capsule collection of clothing and accessories for Dillards. As soon as the collection launched I ordered this chic green midi length skirt and black kitten heels. I am thrilled with both items (and each is under $150!)
It is certainly starting to feel like autumn during these late summer days in Maine. We cut a few hydrangeas from the garden and this blue ceramic crock from Etú Home made the perfect vase - it could also be great for holding spatulas and spoons on a kitchen counter top. Use code NAN20 for 20% off all Etú Home items. *Ceramic container was kindly gifted.
I think my go-to color this fall is going to be olive green; I just seem to gravitate to every product I see in these deep green hue and this cashmere sweater set from Veronica Beard is no exception. Another great olive green product - these under $60 Monolo-inspired heels from Amazon of all places! *The jeans and sweater set were kindly gifted.
I am a longtime fan of the simple and well designed makeup products from Merit, so I was thrilled to see that they launched new eyeshadows. The formula is so unique, the Solo Shadows apply as a cream consistency (making them easy to blend!) but then dry down to be a powder, so they dont budge once you apply it to your eyelid. *products kindly gifted