Duster’s and Denim

Today’s casual look is a great go-to for Fall. Duster’s and Denim is all about this amazing duster cardigan from Worth New York and my oh-so-favorite boyfriend jeans. Processed with VSCOcam with s3 preset

I love this cardigan for a few reasons: 1) olive green is one of my favorite colors of the season and is universally flattering 2) the longer length makes for a more sophisticated look 3) the military details give it a very unique appeal. *Stylists note-if you are under 5’7″ I recommend wearing this length of sweater with a heel.Processed with VSCOcam with s3 presetFor me, there is nothing better than a pop of leopard in your accessories. The olive green, black, and tan really compliment each other, and the print adds interest. My scarf is sold out, but I found a similar one by Michael Kors at Nordstrom. For more ideas on how to work leopard into your wardrobe read this article from Elle.com.Processed with VSCOcam with s3 presetHats are a great Fall accessory. They are the instant solution for a bad hair day, and can make your overall look more complete. This wool panama hat by Sole Society is the perfect addition to a casual outfit.Processed with VSCOcam with s3 presetAnkle boots are a great shoe to transition from casual to dressy casual. The ankle boots I’m wearing are called the “Harrow” boots by Rag and Bone. You can see more of my favorite ankle boots in my “Fall Booties” post.Processed with VSCOcam with s3 presetBoyfriend jeans are a wardrobe must. They are the perfect jean to wear casual with flats/ankle boots or to dress up with a pair of heels. My favorites are the “Emerson Slim Boyfriend Jeans” by Citizens of Humanity and the “Catherine Distressed Boyfriend Jeans” by Kut from the Kloth.

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If you are interested in ordering the Worth sweater from this post please contact Michelle Fredricks at (713) 254-3733 or mfredricks@worthltd.com.

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Photography by Hayley Jackson





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