Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Fall Fashion

If there is one thing I'm not, it's hip. I don't follow clothing trends. I usually just wear pieces that are comfortable for me and that (in my opinion) are timeless. I see ladies dressed like the pages of the most recent copy of Cosmo or Marie Claire and I'm a bit envious of their ability to rock such great fashion with confidence. Let's not mention how expensive keeping up with all the trends could be. Our banking account doesn't have the room for that!

Recently, I started pinning (why?!) Fall outfits that I really liked. Maybe ones that I could even pull off. Here are a couple that I really like and could see wearing on a daily basis.


Nothing too hard to put together, yet leaving me feeling 100% comfortable. That's the fashion I like. One thing I noticed with most of the outfits I pinned is that they include tall riding boots. Which I don't own. Now, how am I going to pull of such cute looks without those boots? I'm not. So of course, I had to get myself some (I'm such a problem solver). Thank heavens Macy's sells riding boots made for girls with manly muscular calves. I picked both of these up on sale, with a coupon and cash back (of course). 

I can't wait for the cooler temperatures so I can wear these gorgeous boots. As much as I don't think of myself as trendy, I'm hoping that with a few new pieces, I can start looking and feeling hip. Because, everyone wants their Mom to be hip, right? What are you favorite looks? Got any to share with me? I am also looking to find a good place to pick up accessories at a good price.


  1. I'm in the market for a new pair of boots this year too. I love all the new 'trends' this year, but I HATE the mix of black and brown. I'm just so darn picky. It doesn't make sense to me! Haha! I think you could rock both of these looks. ;)

  2. I love the second look. It seems really easy to put together. Great find on those boots!

  3. I just stocked up on timeless pieces (i.e.. cardigans and solid color shirts). Riding boots rock. I may or may not own a few too many pair - but, there really isn't such a thing as too many boots...


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