Heart print top- Debenhams (similar options here and here, with sleeves here and here)
Skirt- Asos Curve (available in petite sizes too)
Shoes – River Island
Clutch- Spring (out of stock) similar here
Everything I’m wearing has been in my closet for a while, but I only cut the tags off today. Do you do that as well? I seem to wear things in rotation. If I love something, I wear it to death until I move on to the next round of favorites or new purchases.
This skirt is definitely a new favorite, it still works as a basic because it goes with everything but the sheer checks layer adds a new twist. It’s on sale now and available in black and white, I’m so tempted to get it in white as well!
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In Southern California, summer isn’t giving up without a fight. Days lately have been HOT. But fall is getting her licks in too, with cool nights and mornings, cool enough even for a light jacket and scarf. It’s frustrating when you want to dress for fall, but sweaters and boots are out of the question. I’ve found the best way is to incorporate some autumn color in lightweight pieces. The olive jacket and purples in this cotton scarf feel fall-ish enough for now.
Earrings: Stella and Dot, no longer available, similar // Scarf: Hermès vintage cotton, similar and another option // Tee: J.Crew // Jacket: Gap, no longer available, similar // Bracelets: Tory Burch, Stella & Dot // Jeans: NYDJ // Shoes: Clarks, no longer available, similar.
Are you wearing your fall clothing yet?
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Already Pretty contributor Une Femme is fifty-seven, married to the same wonderful monsieur since 1995, the mother of a special-needs teenager and two hooligan dogs, a full-time administrative professional, a coffee-holic, Paris-obsessed, native Californian, and a petite and curvy femme d’un certain age. She believes that personal style is an essential form of self-expression, and started her blog, une femme d’un certain âge, in 2007 hoping to start a conversation about style for women over 50.
I love color. Anyone who has ever seen my blog knows that I love color. And I love wearing multiple colors in a single outfit.
But, I also love a good monochromatic look because, while head-to-toe in a single color sounds boring, it doesn’t have to be. And I think it can be a fun challenge to wear a monochromatic look that doesn’t make you nod off when looking in the mirror.
Take this outfit for example:
Thanks to the shiny bits, there’s no nodding off here!
And that’s while wearing head-to-toe gray. Gray, especially, can be a real snoozer of a color. But when you add in embellishments and metallic hues, it can also be interesting. See?
Oooh, so interesting!
Really though, while I’m not saying this is the most exciting thing I’ve ever worn, I will say that the addition of texture and shine keeps this outfit from being drab and boring.
What about you, Reader Friends? Are you fans of monochromatic looks? Any tips for making them work?
Similar jeans (here or here)
Similar sweatshirts (here or here)
Similar flats (here or here)
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