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Fall Layering

 
Jacket Le Chateau (old), sweater Forever 21, t-shirt Garage, jeans Almost Famous (Winners), heels Costa Blanca Accessories, bag here and ring Ebay, watch Michael Kors, sunglasses unknown, necklace Mendocino, boots Urban Behaviour (seen here and here)
 
I snapped these pictures couple of days ago. I knew I was going to be very busy this week as I have finally managed to make it to Toronto Fashion Week. With my schedule these days I am not sure if I will have time to take pictures of all outfits I wear this week. This one I love sharing with you because of the sweater but also because the weather is finally perfect for layering. A fun fall outfit for many different occasions. If you like it but prefer to wear flats or have errands to run, how about choosing biker boots instead of expected loafers or ballet flats? To help you get a visual last 3 pictures are with boots. Converse sneakers would also go well with this outfit. Do you prefer this look with boots or heels? Ciao!
 
Ove slike sam uslikala pre nekoliko dana. Znala sam da cu ove sedmice biti prezauzeta obavezama ukljucujuci i Toronto Fashion Week. Nisam sigurna da cu stici da se slikam puno ove sedmice u kombinacija koje sam odabrala za ovaj dogadjaj, tako da sam odlucila da ovaj outfit podelim sa vama danas. Ovu komninacju volim prvenstveno zbog dzempera ali takodje zato sto je odlican primer slojevitog oblacenja koje ja jako volim. Ako kojim slucajem ne zelite da nosite stikle, ili morate da trcite po gradu za obavezama, zasto da ne zamenite stikle moto cizmama, umesto standarnim baletankama. Starke bi takodje isle odlicno uz ovu kombinaciju. Koji outifit vam se vise dopada, sa stiklama ili cizmama? Cao!
 
PS. The t-shirt is actually a V-neck but I wore it in reverse. I have difficulty finding a nice looser t-shirt that fully covers the front so this worked as an alternative...and no one could tell :)
PS. Ova majica ustvari ima v-izrez ali sam ju je ja obukla naopako. Inace imam poteskoce da nadjem t-shirt koja pokriva sve do grla tako da je ovo za mene solucija. A niko nije ni primetio :)
 
Aleksandra <3
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 


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  1. I love layering, it is so practical for unpredictable fall weather.
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  2. Such a cool look!
    I'm in love with that bag, it has such a nice color :)

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