Layering up For Fall

You are probably thinking to yourselves right now “this look is reminiscent of another one of her older looks”. If you ARE thinking that, you would be 100% correct. You know why? Because I am a creature of habit and if something works, I am going to do it again. And again. And again. I do like beating a dead horse. Why do you ask?

I love layering an Oxford under a short-sleeved sweatshirt. It creates some interest to what would be an otherwise really boring outfit and adds a bit of warmth for chilly fall days. Here is one way that I wore this similar style before. Here is another, and here is another. See? Creature of habit. Or completely unoriginal. It could go either way.

Where did I wear this? I wore this to work on casual Friday. My favorite day of the week.

J Crew Factory gray short sleeved sweatshirt, J Crew Factory ankle length skinny jeans, J Crew endless tunic shirt, J Crew Factory checron necklace, red lips, Nordstrom Biala Flats, Over 40 fashion blogger, 40+ fashion blogger, over 40 personal style blogger J. Crew Endless Shirt - Short Sleeve Sweatshirt - Coach Bag 1 J. Crew Endless Shirt - Short Sleeve Sweatshirt - Coach Bag 2 J. Crew Endless Shirt - Short Sleeve Sweatshirt - Coach Bag 4

Wearing: Oxford – J. Crew, Short-Sleeved Sweatshirt – J. Crew Factory, Jeans – J. Crew Factory, Necklace – J. Crew Factory, Bracelets – J. Crew Factory and Vintage, Shoes – Biala (Nordstrom brand), Lips – M.A.C. (Viva Glam I).

Thank you so much for stopping by and stay classy, peeps!

 

Linking up with: What I Wore, Watcha Wearing Wednesday

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14 thoughts on “Layering up For Fall

  1. Very cute – thanks for some great ideas. I’ve been experimenting with this kind of layering too -realizing that in addition to adding visual interest, it keeps looks from overheating with a full sleeve, and makes it easier to get your hands into things (washing dishes, cooking, helping kids with anything and everything) while keeping the rest of your look neat.

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