25 October 2012

pin to present: fall-colored style

This blazer + red pants outfit has been one of my favorites on my "things to wear" board for a long time, though I haven't done an inspired by outfit until now when I realized duh, I can make it work for right now with fall-appropriate hues. So even though it feels strange to post these photos from last week while we are currently having a little summer resurgence here (sunshine! upper 70s! happiness!), here's the latest styling of my rust-colored jeans in a muted palette for the season:

blazer style
blazer style
inspiration photo: Gap | jeans, tee, and shoes: Target; blazer: Gap

[sharing on CopyCats Friday at Frills for Thrills - go check out other inspired by outfits!]

12 comments:

  1. Is that the blazer you were considering a while back?

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    1. It is indeed! I brought both colors home and got such a good deal that I was tempted to keep both... but this one won on versatility. And I love it!

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  2. I love your fall take on the look--the darker colors are perfect for this time of year and of course I love the addition of stripes!

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  3. I'm totally going to copy this look next week - cute!!

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  4. Your version is SO cute! I have a red pair of skinnies, too. Next time I'm definitely pairing them with navy!

    -Alyssa
    The Glossy Life

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  5. really cute, maroon & navy pair so well together!

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  6. Love that whole outfit!!!! So cute!

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  7. Cute and classic! I love your take on this look.

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  8. Love this look!

    Marci
    http://wakinguptothis.blogspot.com

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  9. ahhh we are pant twins!! Love it...I have almost everything to copycat your look!! :-)

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  10. Hey! I found your blog through the CopyCat link up. I LOVE this outfit. So cute. I'm going to need to break out my colored denim so I can copy your copy. Haha.

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  11. I've had that look on My Pinterest board forever, too! I never did recreate it fully but now you've inspired me to try it for fall as well.

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