Dressed for: Jumbo Stars

Already Pretty outfit featuring utility jacket, star print scarf, leather messenger bag, ankle boots

Jacket – thrifted – similarsustainable
Tee – Alternative Apparel
Jeans – H&Msimilarsustainable
Boots – Clarks (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Earrings – Noirsustainable
Scarf – BeckSondergaardsame in burgundy
Bag – Leather in Motion

I couldn’t say why, but I’m a sucker for a star print. Maybe it’s the balance between a whimsical concept and a geometric execution … whatever the reason, I loved getting bundled up in this oversized star-print scarf.

Those lovely leaves have long since fallen, but I’ve got a few more pretty autumn shots before we get into bare branches. Sigh.

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Dressed for: The Lovely Long Autumn

Already Pretty outfit featuring olive raincoat, marled turtleneck sweater, combat boots

Coat – Athleta via eBay (a few on eBay now) – similarsustainable
Sweater – thrifted – similarsustainable
Jeans – H&Msimilarsustainable
Boots – Steve Madden (no longer available) – similarused/sustainable
Earrings – Ashley Spatula

Husband Mike pointed out that I never show my coats in outfit posts, which is typically because we have 10 minutes of fall and then six months of winter so I mostly wear a giant down parka. But this unexpectedly long and warm autumn has meant my lightweight coats have gotten a workout, including this used Athleta trench that made the recent trip to New York with me. It replaced a beloved jacket – also thrifted – that finally bit the dust after about six years of getting stained, doused in Palmolive, and washed. I take my jackets off to eat, I swear. I have no idea how I got salad dressing on that thing two dozen times …

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Dressed for: Short-sleeved Wool

Already Pretty outfit featuring gray boiled wool dress, charcoal leggings, tall black boots, Rebecca Minkoff Jealous handbag

Dress – Gudrun Sjödén (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Leggings – Old Navysustainable
Boots – Born Loreza – secondhand pairs on eBay
Bag – Rebecca Minkoff Jealous via eBay
Necklace – Kali Butterfly
Bracelet – Diesel (no longer available) – similar/sustainable
Earrings – Jenni Leigh Creationssimilar/sustainable

This Gudrun Sjödén dress is made from soft boiled wool that’s marvelously cozy to wear, but the sleeves are a bit bulky which makes it tricky to layer. Luckily we’ve had a bizarrely warm autumn, so a short-sleeved wool dress is unexpectedly perfect!

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