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I have such a backup of outfit posts that this one is from almost 5 weeks ago, wowza! Anyway, this is what I wore for a food blogger dinner at First & Last Tavern in Plainville! As was becoming tradition for these blogger nights out it was threatening rain so Lydia and I had to take our photos super quick. It was also pretty dark at 6pm so we were battling fading light as well.

I wanted to wear my Autumn Cashmere sweater with one of my favorite pairs of boots by Alexander Wang so that meant wearing super skinny jeans, which probably wasn't the smartest idea for a dinner event, but I was able to squeeze the food in! I've had these boots for 8 years now and my love for them has not faded. The color is amazing and I love all the small details from the open toe to the laces and ability to fold the top down.

Note: There was a version of the boots made for an H&M collaboration a few years after this so make sure you're getting actual high end ones if you want to recreate this look in the same quality. Or if you want a budget version, go for the H&M pair, just make sure you don't overpay for those! (I noticed The RealReal has the H&M boots listed for almost $400)

Sweater: Autumn Cashmere Landscape Sweater, High Waisted Jeans: J Brand 'Maria' High Rise in Supreme (Gilt Groupe), Peep-Toe Boots: Alexander Wang suede Freja boot in brick red (The Outnet), Bag: Dark Purple Chloé Faye (eBay)

A look at some of the delicious food!

As I mentioned on Tuesday, I had two weddings to attend last month. This is what I wore to the second for a friend I've had since elementary school. She was friends with my sister and I was friends with her sister so we kind of became a foursome. Her wedding was the weekend after my cousins and we had warmer weather and no wind, which was lovely!

It was held at the Keller Tavern Museum Garden House, a beautiful location especially in Fall! For this wedding I went with a more Fall color palette by wearing my brown Edun dress and Prada sandals. This dress, like my Burberry one, has been in my closet since early 2012. I first wore it to the Grand Opening of the Harry Potter Studio Tour in London. I'm also pretty sure I found the exact necklace I bought in Santorini online - shop it here!

I got a compliment on the dress from a very stylish wedding guest who was in a voluminous black top and pants with what I'm assuming were Chanel pumps because they looked a bit like this but with camellias or logos on the mesh (she also had a Chanel bag.) I enjoy how even if a piece is technically "past season" it doesn't matter as long as it makes a statement. There's no need to buy a new dress for every special occasion as long as you have a few standout pieces to rotate through. I have another wedding in January and am still deciding which of the dresses I already own I will wear. (But who knows, I may break my own rule and buy something new.)

And now I'm taking a week off of posting as I'll be at Disney World from Monday to Friday! I'll be back the next week with more outfits and a couple Disney posts! Follow my trip on Instagram!

Dress: Edun brown printed layered dress (The Outnet, shop more cocktail dresses), Sandals: Prada suede caged high heel (The RealReal), Olive Branch Pearl Necklace: bought in Santorini (shop delicate necklaces)

And a bonus shot of Christian and I at the wedding:

This outfit is full of super soft pieces. These jeans are really soft and not too tight so they're great on warmer days. And this t-shirt I splurged on a few years ago is UUUUUUUBER soft and thin. The only issue with this tee is it's so thin I feel like I have to wear something under it. So for this look I wore a bodysuit underneath that kind of peeks out around the neck, not the chicest solution, but it worked. Everything in this outfit was also bought on discount which shows you don't have to pay full price to dress in all designer clothes.

Tee: Vince (The Outnet),  Jeans: IRO "Faxy Cropped Jean" (Gilt c/o Wikibuy), Sandals: Lanvin studded suede 'City' sandal (Net-a-Porter Sale), Sunglasses: Chanel

This is one of the outfits I wear multiple times in the Summer. My fun printed Sea New York pants and one of my 2 Everlane tees in this color plus a pair of sandals (Exhibit A, Exhibit B.) I wear the pants with other tops too, but this is the most common one. It's so easy and comfortable I can't get enough. I wore this a couple weeks ago when friends from out of town were visiting and again the next day so Christian could take pictures, ha ha. You can see our adventures on Instagram.

Tee: Everlane 'Cotton Box-Cut Pocket Tee', Printed Pants: Sea New York (The Outnet), Sandals: Ancient Greek Sandals 'Athena' (Gilt), Sunglasses: Gucci

Spring is always such a tease. We'll have one day of gorgeous, almost 70 degree weather followed by days back in the 50s and low 60s. While I can't get rid of the sleeves or jeans just yet I've been trying to let my toes see some sunshine on those slightly warmer days.

Cardigan: Calvin Klein 'Eyelash Striped Cardigan', Sweater c/o Banana Republic Factory (Clinton Crossing),  Jeans: Current/Elliott (The Outnet), Mules: Kelly & Katie Amour sandal (DSW), Necklace c/o Uncommon Goods

A simple, yet fun look thanks to my embellished sweater. Just don't hug me while I'm wearing it or you may get stabbed! Unfortunately I'm not completely happy with how this look photographed. The velvet jeans don't look good with the ankle boots. I think I need to wear them with either regular flats or heels, but not flat boots.

Sweater: Banjo + Matilda Trinket Embellished Stripe Sweater (The Outnet), Velvet Jeans: J.Crew, Boots: Vince Camuto 'Davilla' (Marshalls)

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