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{outfit} How To Wear Shorts in Fall

  Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,,,,,,, 
I knew when I bought these shorts that they would be great for year-round wear. In Summer I can pair them with tank tops, in Autumn I'll top with a sweater like this and then I can even add tights to wear them in Winter! Spring is a little trickier since people don't usually wear rusty oranges and yellow, but we'll see.

I had actually wanted to wear them to the pumpkin patch but they looked strange with my black t-shirt and pumpkin patch ready boots. But then last week I got in my Everlane cropped cashmere sweater and knew it would be the perfect fit! The shorts are tight so I like to balance them out with a looser fit top. Finish it off with some cute slide sneakers my mom gave me for my birthday and I'm ready to go anywhere!

Sweater: Everlane "The Cashmere Crop V-Neck", Tweed Colorblock Shorts: Proenza Schouler (Roundabout),  Sneaker Slides: BCBGeneragion "Yerra" (DSW), Sunglasses: Chanel (bought in Greece), Bag: Louis Vuitton 'Epi Sac D'Epaule' (HauteTrader)

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Loves to get bargains on clothes and is obsessed with Harry Potter and Disney. By day she is a freelance graphic and web designer. She also has a slight obsession with movies.

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  1. I really love those shorts - that little leather detail is the best.

    Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

  2. Those shorts were such a great buy ! and it looks marvellous with the handbag. A winner look.

  3. I love that top with the shorts! :) I really should try wear my shorts outside of summer. I tend to pack away my jeans and get my shorts out once the warm weather sticks around, I'm not as flexible as I could be!

    Hope you're having a lovely week so far. Another nice warm spring day here, although they say the rain will be back soon :(

    Away From The Blue Blog


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