What I'm Wearing
Plaid Blouse -- Madewell via Goodwill [$1.98]
Wool Skirt -- Vintage Sag Harbor via Goodwill [$2.49]
Navy Cardigan -- GAP [Free w/ GC]
Necklace -- J.Crew Factory [$11.99]
Heels -- Madden Girl via Clothes Mentor [$9]
As I was editing these photos I kept getting images of Sarah Vickers of Classy Girls Wear Pearls in my head, and how she would totally wear this outfit. Yes?
In fashion plaid seems to always be a big trend come Autumn time, which is great as I always love a good plaid. Today I paired my plaid blouse with a wool skirt, cardigan, and heels making for a very preppy and classic outfit.
As a reminder, please link up the direct link to your blog post, not your main blog link of your outfit for DAY 2. Thanks. You can link up your outfit for today below [Instagram, Twitter, and FB hashtag: #AutumnTrendsBF] FYI, you can also link-up your social media post if your account is public.
Totally something I would wear!! :)ReplyDelete
Yes, it's totally Sarah Vickers! Haha, I didn't notice that at first, but now that you mention it, she does wear a lot of plaid, navy blue, and dark green. Great outfit!ReplyDelete
Love this look.ReplyDelete
I'm curious, what's a "cut-a-thon"?
Thanks for hosting this! It's made me post on a deadline, ugh... I'm so bad with consistency.
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I love this outfit so much Ashley! The colors remind me of this plaid flannel I've had my eye on from L.L. Bean. :) So perfect for fall, and I love the skirt!ReplyDelete
I hope you are having a lovely Sunday!
Hey Ashley! I added an outfit to your link-up. (Thanks for hosting it!) I just realized that I linked the post to my blog page instead of post... I'm so sorry! If it's possible, I will fix it. : )ReplyDelete
Don't worry about it, I can fix it on my end for you. :)Delete
Classy and cute outfit Ashley! :D I like the colors.ReplyDelete
Stunning outfit, Ashley! I adore how perfectly matched this outfit is. The nail polish to the burgundy plaid is probably my favorite! All about the details, no?ReplyDelete