Fall Uniform

One of the first things that I pull out every Fall season are my trench coats. Since it doesn’t really get cold in Miami I tend to gravitate towards very flowy, light weight coats as opposed to regular coats.

These kind of coats are so comfortable and literally go with everything, plus they kick every outfit up a notch. I paired it with my Hieleven bag (surprise, surprise) and some pointed flat mules.

I know that these shoes are not everyone’s cup of tea but after seeing this trend for a while now I finally gave in. I usually stay away from “unusual” trends… or trends that I’m not sure will stand the test of time but I really love the look of them so I just decided to get them & I’m glad I did. I don’t know if I would drop $700 on Gucci loafers ( not saying never) but I do think that this style of shoe is very cool, interesting & a great alternative to regular flats. Plus, this particular pair is VERY comfortable and so easy to just slip on. I opted for a pointed loafer because I feel like a pointed toe is slightly more elegant and feminine than a regular flat.

Lately, I’ve been loving everything vintage inspired so another trend that I’ve been in love with are cat-eye sunglasses. I think that they are just so flattering and lady-like. I put on liquid eyeliner ALL of the time because I just love how it elongates your eyes and just makes everything better, the same applies to cat-eye sunglasses… They give the appearance of elongated eyes and I just think they make you look more sophisticated.

And a “Fall Uniform”… or any seasonal uniform, just wouldn’t be complete without some kind of vintage or vintage-looking jean. I have these in three colors already and I seriously cannot recommend them enough.

OUTFIT DETAILS: Zara Coat | Marc Fisher Shiloh  Mules | Levis Jeans | UO Ribbed Top | UO Sunglasses | Hieleven Bag



1 Comment

  1. October 30, 2017 / 3:35 pm

    I love everything about this look. So comfy/casual/chic – very much my kinda style!

    Do you have a depop or poshmark account?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *