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Fall Floral

Office Appropriate Outfits - Fall

Floral skirt, navy sweater, gray pumps, pearl necklace for fall in Chicago

Pearl and rhinestone necklace from Langford Market Chicago

Sweater – Forever 21 (similar) | Skirt – LOFT via Poshmark (similar) | Shoes – Gabriella Rocha via 6pm.com (similar) | Necklace – Langford Market (similar)

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The last time I wore this skirt I commented that I envisioned wearing it with my navy sweater. So, here it is. I decided to try and bring this skirt into fall with some darker colors, closed-toe shoes and my new pearl and rhinestone necklace.

As part of my goody-bag from the Midwest Style Bloggers Chicago Brunch two weeks ago I received a $50 gift card to Langford Market which has two locations in Chicago.  One of them was on the way home from a blogger clothing swap I attended on Saturday (more on that at a later date) so I decided to stop on in. If you follow me on Instagram you saw a picture of the skirt I picked up with my gift card. Of course, as I was checking out I saw this necklace in the display case and it decided to come home with me. It just adds a little something to this otherwise simple sweater, doesn’t it?

And there you go. One floral skirt, two seasons!

10 replies on “Fall Floral

  1. Bethany @ Accidental Intentions

    When I was in college I was involved in an event that required us to wear navy blue sweaters, and man, it was nearly IMPOSSIBLE to find one, so I always am very surprised when I see navy blue sweaters. I like how it looks with floral! Definitely makes things more interesting. I still have my navy blue sweater from that event, but I don’t wear it too often because it tends to look kind of blah with jeans. Although scarves do help that situation, which is probably a better solution in January than a floral skirt.

  2. kilax

    I really like the floral transition to fall! It’s fun to bring seasonal pieces in to an unexpected season (like bright colors in the winter!).

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