Free People Boots, Skirt, Scarf / Vintage Denim Jacket
This scarf has to be one of my favorite new pieces for the Autumn/Winter season. It’s absolutely massive (à la Lenny Kravitz) and so cozy I could wrap myself in it for the whole season. Before it gets tooooo cold I decided to pair it with a midi skirt (which is actually part of an amazing set) and my go-to fall booties. Seriously – these things have been glued to my feet ever since the beginning of October and I don’t really see this stopping anytime soon.
In other news, this is the second round of pictures from my new Montreal Photographer Haley and the excitement surrounding our partnership only grows. Check out her blog and her Instagram!
Vintage Suede Blazer / Free People Sweater / Free People Jeans / Vintage Scarf / Dr. Marten Boots
Okay, it’s officially Fall. Does that mean I can start obsessively posting autumn looks?
The answer is yes, and to kick things off I’m posting one of my favorite looks of the season. This oversized blazer was hidden in the back of one of those cliche vintage stores on Haight Street, and it’s actually perfect. Color aside, it screams fall layering and I’ll definitely be whipping it out a lot on those crisp October days. The scarf, which was also amazingly found on the same day as the blazer (amazing because they go so well together) was another major source of excitement because it’s such a cool way of transitioning the summery bandana trend into the fall season. I can’t wait for you guys to see all of the fall looks I’ve got in store for you!
Dress, Free People / Bag, Vintage Paloma Picasso / Headscarf, Urban Outfitters / Watch, Urban Outfitters
Having only started my job as a Free People stylist last week, I am already surprisingly familiar with the brand and what it stands for. Contrary to popular misconception, Free People in fact caters to a variety of different styles – with such a broad range and with not one but four style muses off of which they base their designs, one would be hard-pressed not to find a single thing they were drawn to in a store. Firmly believing in this newfound versatility of the brand, I thought I might show you guys a couple of different ways to style Free People pieces. The first look, as shown here, is the most typical portrayal of Free People. It’s bohemian, airy, colorful, and oozes the term “free spirit.”
The beauty of Free People is encompassed in the name – they give customers the freedom to dress however they want, and encourage original interpretation of their pieces. Look out for my next post featuring a different take on some FP pieces!
Disclaimer: This post is in no way sponsored by Free People – it’s just extremely relevant to my style and and my life at the moment!
Pinafore Dress, Asos / T-shirt, Brandy Melville / Leather Jacket, Hinge / Bag, Steve Madden / Shoes, Urban Outfitters
Haight-Ashbury; one might think of the Hippie era initially, but now the street is filled with small thrift and vintage shops that are loaded with pieces waiting to be re-discovered. Though I didn’t find anything on this trip, I’ll be back soon enough ready to find my next vintage obsession.
On another note, this pinafore dress is absolutely one of my favorite fall pieces. It combines two of my favorite A/W trends; Velvet and the Pinafore. I look forward to incorporating it into many memorable outfits throughout the whole A/W season! xx