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Source Post: Little Black Boots
FINALLY, the temperatures have started to drop. Well, somewhat. This is still LA after all so warmth is our middle name. Basically I am able to wear leather jackets again which is a huge win. Coming off a full month of traveling to super hot, humid destinations (Tokyo, Bali, Singapore, Jakarta, New York, oh my) it’s a very welcomed relief when I feel that dry breeze.
Tropical weather makes me want to wear flowy pieces, prints, and sandals galore. But when it comes to fall- leather, boots, and tons of dark/neutral colors reign supreme.
Before most of what I owned was slouchy and littered with fringe. Contrary to past habits, I find myself gravitating more towards structured accessories especially when it comes to bags. This bag by Louise et Cie is a perfect example of a style that you will see incorporated into a lot of my looks this season. If you follow me in Instagram, you’ve seen me rocking this bag like crazy!
Now, on to the boots. My love for this type of footwear is clearly no secret. But how to make the familiar different? EASY. This pair by Louise et Cie showcases two great ways to add some twists: color blocking and an open toe. Subtle differences that really change the vibe of an outfit.
As far as fall trends go (hello blush pink!), minimal and sleek will be what to look out for. So if this goes outside of your comfort zone, I highly suggest giving it a try.

 

Bag: Louise et Cie
Shoes: Louise et Cie
Jacket: AllSaints
Dress: Nasty Gal (similar here)
Sunglasses: Ray-Ban

 

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