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Fall Outerwear Guide

It’s fall and officially October (!!!) , 31 Days of Halloween is on, I’ve purchased every pumpkin and butternut squash item at the grocery store and hit my max. limit of pumpkin muffins, but it still isn’t quite cool enough for jackets and scarves here in NC… although I’ve been living in them whenever I’m inside our igloo house (thanks, TJ). We’ve actually been mentally packing and planning for a trip to Canada next week where it is supposed to be 9 degrees and snowing so my mind has really been on winter coats, beanies, and snow boots. I can’t help but laugh when I look at the weather for this “fall” trip. Fall and winter have slowly become my favorite months for style though (and home decor)! Sweaters are, by far, my favorite type of clothing to shop for… along with casual and comfortable pullovers and jackets. In fact, one of my favorite ones from last year just came back in stores.

While shopping for some outerwear for next week, I came across so many great finds so I put together a guide for fall outerwear… including options for wherever you might live, whether it’s North Carolina or Canada or somewhere in between. When it gets closer to winter, I’ll share even warmer options.

 

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Herringbone Modern Blazer (wearing size 2)

Comments

  1. Ok… first of all, I set the thermostat to 72 degrees. It is not my fault that you think anything under 75 is an igloo. Second of all… I have decided not to go to Canada. Too cold. Enjoy your trip!

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