Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The times are a changin'

I just returned home from a short trip to Atlanta for a job interview (fingers crossed!) and realized how much time has gone by this year! It's already that last week of October and nearing the end of 2011. In Florida, fall pretty much looks like summer which looks like spring and truly, winter isn't that much different either. But cross the state line and fall is a completely different season- full of color changing leaves and crisp cool air! The leaves in the trees created a beautiful fall palette of colors that asides from wanting Thanksgiving to come ASAP, left me wanting a closet full of rich, fall inspired colors. There are so many great tops, skirts and pants out there to create a wardrobe jam packed of autumn hues...let's hope for my closet's sake this job works out!

Fall Leave Colors


Moschino Cheap Chic silk ruffle blouse, $445
Ruffle blouse, $98
Silk blouse, $495
Vintage shirt, $1,490
Pringle of Scotland oversized sweater, £239
Mulberry gold shirt, $400
Madewell silk shirt, $110
J Crew silk shirt, $110
Zara short pants, $50
Rag & Bone skinny leather pants, $990
Maxi skirt, $70
Pants, $43


7 comments:

  1. I love those Zara pants! I want brown for fall. When Amy and I went shopping the other day she's been on the hunt for tops like the yellow one where you can make a bow. We didn't find very many though!

    XO Kel
    http://helloboudreau.blogspot.com

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  2. Hey Amelia!
    Love your blog-- and I love that you're thinking about moving to Georgia! I love it up here.. the changing of the seasons are one of my favorite things about living up here! Hope you're doing awesome! I can't believe I haven't seen you in like... 4 years. insane.

    -Bonnie @ Revolutionaries
    http://bonniegetchell.blogspot.com

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  3. i love your blog. great vibe.
    would love it if youd check out mine and follow me back if you like it!

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  4. Hope you got the job!

    Watching the show in England and have to admit you are a welcome breath of classy fresh air (compared with the natives......). An American version of our lovely Duchess of Cambridge, which is high praise indeed.

    All the best for your future.
    Lavinia

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  5. I like your sorority girls show, but you should blog more!

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  6. All great choices.

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  7. Hello! I am new to your blog and am looking forward to some more posts! Hope the job interview went well!

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