Black, White and Boots

Office Appropriate Outfits - Fall

Red cardigan, The Limited Houndstooth skirt, knee high black boots

red_cardigan_houndstooth_skirt 2

Cardigan – The Limited (similar) | Camisole – The Limited (similar) | Skirt – The Limited (same) | Necklace – The Limited (similar) | Boots – Cole Haan (similar)

 

It’s officially fall so I suppose that means it’s okay to break out the boots! I typically try to wait until the highs are in the 60s before I take my boots out of the closet for fall. Don’t want to rush the end of summer, right? Or maybe that’s just me. Because I don’t drink coffee I can’t get on the style blogger fall bandwagon and have a pumpkin spice latte in my hand (unless it’s a pumpkin spice chai latte from Argo Tea) and I don’t want to wear boots before it’s time.

Blogger fail?

Also, I could NOT come up with an outfit that involved pants for today’s Inspiration Monday photo.

JamesJeans-OliviaWilde-01-thumb-466x591-115416

Click the photo to see full sized

Olivia Wilde is beautiful and apparently has a really long torso. I do not have a really long torso. So while I contemplated black pants with my white studded leopard print shirt I knew it wouldn’t look nearly as good on me as it does on her. So, instead I went with the black, white and red color theme in her shirt. And boots. Because it’s fall. And I don’t want to fail at ALL the style blogger stereotypes.

  

8 replies on “Black, White and Boots

  1. Anne

    I do drink coffee (probably way too much coffee), but pumpkin spice just doesn’t sound good to me. But I do love pumpkin everything else! Pumpkin beer, bread, cookies, soup, muffins, bagels… um yeah.

    I think I have just about everything I need to recreate this outfit – I love black, white and red together!

    Reply

Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>