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it’s always a good day when classic meets casual. the beauty of classic style is that timeless wardrobe essentials can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. this week as Talbots Fall Classics Guest Editor it’s all about adding my personality to a casual chic outfit that starts with a pair of jazzy butterscotch driving moc’s. meet francesca, a perennial favorite. this shoe is incredibly comfortable due to a memory foam footbed. it’s available in leather and suede. jeans and francesca go hand in hand, but i chose to wear a pair of hampshire ankle pants in indigo blue that comes in a straight leg for a little spit and polish. not only are these pants timeless and classic but they come in a variety of colors. indigo blue looks terrific partnered with yellow! these tailored pants look brilliant with anything from a lace blouse for evening to a cashmere sweater for day. every year i look forward to the new colors Talbots trots out with the audrey cashmere sweater. this year i couldn’t resist adding porcelain blue heather to my collection.
who says a perfect shirt has to be plain? to be certain this crisp button up comes in solids (a white shirt is a must-have), but it also comes in a variety of patterns like this equestrian print that’s perfect for a fall day. it looks fantastic peeking out from a cashmere sweater for a relaxed vibe. or if you prefer a polished look merely tuck in the perfect shirt. the choice is yours.
step into fall in style with the addition of a blazer for a sophisticated, sleek silhouette.
if you think yellow doesn’t look good on you, think again. shoes are an easy way to experiment with color and ease out of your comfort zone.
a scarf is another great way to add color to your wardrobe. this box paisley scarf has a rich color palette that goes with just about everything.
happy sunday, ladies! enjoy your day.
a big thank you to Talbots for this sponsored post. and thank you lovely readers for supporting the brands that allow me to bring you fresh ideas.