Happy Monday friends! We had such a fun time out of the city at a wedding this weekend - really soaking in some of the first signs of fall here in New England!! Anytime we venture to the western part of Massachusetts, I try to coerce G into taking some photos! It seems like every side road leads to a waterfall or an old distillery building. On top of that it's home to some of New England's most beautiful historic colleges!
I knew the weather was going to be pretty much perfect on Saturday so I took that as my chance to start experimenting with some of the new items that I picked up over summer and couldn't wait to start wearing, but had to because, well summer! I can't get enough of my chambray top from Cloth & Stone. You've seen it here & here! I love how versatile it is, even more so that I can easily transition it into fall with this corduroy skirt that I scooped up during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale - I couldn't wait to start wearing it!
The purse was a recent find at TJ Maxx a couple weeks ago. I was drawn to it because it reminds me of the Chloe Saddle bag for about 85% off!! It's a no-name brand that's perfect for the weekends! I'm sure if you were to go to your local TJ Maxx you would be able to find it!
These lace up booties from Loft are the best of both worlds - again, not a current purchase but they do have black closed toed lace up ones on sale right now! I can only wear these for a few weeks before it's too cold for the toes to be out - but they are insanely comfortable!
I might have to slap myself after writing this, but I'm looking forward to pairing this skirt with a black long sleeve top, tights & boots when it gets even colder! I realized after being on Mount Holyoke's campus that I seriously miss the feeling of starting classes - not actually going to class and doing homework, but the feeling of being on campus!
Is there anything you are excited to start wearing now that the weather is getting cooler? How was your weekend? Link up below to share it with us!
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