I feel like I've been photographing this little autumnal nook incessantly, but I know that when the snow flies I won't be able to until spring again!
Jacket: Urban Outfitters sale ($30)
Flannel: American Apparel (work discount)
Skirt: Vintage GAP from Savers ($4)
Belt: American Apparel (work discount)
Tights: TjMaxx ($4)
Shoes: Matiko sale ($40)
Socks: J.Crew ($9)
I feel like I've been saying this for every outfit post lately: this is my new favorite outfit. Maybe it's the season, I love cozy fabrics and layering, and cold weather is ideal layering weather. After some balmy days last week, we finally got hit with some chilly weather on Saturday, perfect for flannel and wool! I bought this jacket last week when I met up with Jen in Boston for dinner, before grabbing food we made a quick stop in Urban Outfitters so i could blow off some post-work steam. I shouldn't have bought it, it didn't fit in this month's budget, but I've worn it approximately 10 times already and will wear it until it snows. Can you tell I'm still feeling guilty? Haha. This flannel is one item that I bought for work recently that I really, really love too. As much as I love thrift store flannels, it's nice to have something that fits a little snugger and is brand-new-soft. And it's SO warm!
How was your weekend? Mine was pretty laid back. Chris and I hung around the house and I finally got some stuff done, and we went to a friend's Halloween party. We also made a friday night trip to the thrift store where I found this wintery skirt. First rule of thrifting: Ignore the size! When I saw this on the rack I could tell that it could probably fit me, but the tag said it was a size 1. I'm so not a size 1, but I tried it on anyways. It fit perfectly! Lesson learned.
Did you have a nice weekend?