fall fashion continues today with a fall haul from JCPenney. many of you might remember i’ve partnered with JCPenney since february this year on Instagram. and the partnership continues all the way through november. but we’ve added YouTube into the mix. but i didn’t want my blog readers to miss out on a few key items that are on trend this fall from JCP.
spoiler alert. the fall partnership with JCPenney has a twist to it. every month a box is sent to my home filled with six items inside. then it’s up to me to style those goodies with wardrobe staples from my closet. am i up to the challenge? come on. let’s see what i came up with from my fall haul with JCPenney.
i know i know many of you are not a big fan of snakeskin. but if there is one pattern you will see everywhere this fall, it’s snakeskin. a safe way to test this print on for size is with an affordable pair of snakeskin booties. today, i paired these snazzy booties with white denim, crewneck sweater, and a black leather moto jacket.
after living in the midwest for years as a young girl and young mother, i have a fondness for coats. so i was more than a little thrilled when i found this gorgeous and affordable mid-weight car coat in the box. love the color! teal or turquoise is trending this year. today, i rolled the sleeves and popped the collar for a little oomph.
another trend that’s big, big, big this year is belting your blazer or coat. style tip: don’t button your overcoat. instead, wrap it then pop on a belt. instant chic.
leapin’ leopard! yes, leopard print is still going strong this fall. and i for one am thrilled. this leopard skirt from JCPenney has a forgiving waistband and on-trend pleats. love the midi-length which is perfect with pumps or boots. this skirt will be on style repeat all fall long as there are so many ways to wear it.
today, i paired the leopard skirt with a black cami and ivory silk blouse (old, similar here). the shirt could have been tied at the waist instead of tucked. but i wanted the belt from Versace to shine, so i opted for tucked. mixing high and low-end pieces is a style trick i’ve used for years. it works!
all right, gang. time to get tuesday underway. don’t forget to watch the video!