Autumn Layer Style with Modcloth

Autumn Layer Style


Who loves fall?  Me! I know for sure many people where excited about this season as well.  When it comes to styling is the best season to have fun, mixing and layering different pieces.  As you probably noticed, Modcloth is probably my favorite spot to shop!  They speak to my vintage heart and always have the cutest pieces of clothing ever! I decided to create an Autumn look by layering different pieces together from Modcloth and tell you more about my inspiration.  I went with navy, green, burgundy and brown colors, which I feel are perfect colors for fall.  I feel one of my key items this season is wearing a button up shirt with collar underneath a cute sweater. As you can see this is what I did here!  Of course wearing an undershirt cami is great for those extra windy cold days to keep warm.  The item that inspired this whole look was the floral knit sweater, it screams my style and I absolute love the details! This Peter Pan collar cream blouse will look so adorable with this beautiful navy sweater on top.  I decided to go with a pop color for a bottom.  I love this olive color polka dot pants (Polka dots? Don’t mind if I do!).  To add some finishing touches I added a burgundy scarf (to add more color to the outfit and keep warmth), the cutest Pepa Loves bunny bag, and this adorable Mary Jane style pumps!
What are some of your fall essentials for layering your outfits?
PS. Modcloth is having a Cyber Monday sale today! Everything 25% off with code CYBERMONDAY!
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Check their cardigans and sweaters collection for more fall and winter items!



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