Awhile ago, I discovered a few random outfits looks I shot back in October. I’m not sure how I managed to overlook them, but I did. Anyway, I’ve finally gotten around to editing the pics so I could share them with you, and it’s a much welcome look at some fall looks while we’re deep in winter.
I customized this fun fox tee at Juicy Canvas, which was an IndieGoGo campaign I backed last year. I had quite a bit of fun browsing the designs and making this one my own! If you’re looking for some unique art or apparel, definitely check it out! Anyway, I took my fun grey tee and paired it with black and dark grey striped shorts. I added grey tights, black OTK boots, and a royal blue blazer from Kohl’s for a bit of color. I added a few necklaces and threw my hair in a messy bun, and then took this grainy picture after work as it drizzled outside.
You can kind of see the detail in the shorts here. They’re pretty old, but I want to say I snagged them on clearance at Charlotte Russe. I love the cut and the length, but I did get asked at my old job to never wear them there again. My current job didn’t seem to mind, but I don’t make it a regular thing. In fact, I think this was the first time I wore shorts to work.
Here’s a closer look at my stack of necklaces. They’re all Stella & Dot and I know you’ve seen them all before. Heck, I know you’ve seen this exact stack before because I wore it often this fall, and I still really like the way it all looks together, so you’ll likely see it again come spring.
You can see the detail of the shirt a little better here. While Juicy Canvas lets you really customize the heck out of stuff, I didn’t do much here at all, just sized it, removed the white that was present in the cheek/snout area so that the grey of my tee showed through, and that’s it. It’s fun to have a shirt that I made my own though. And of course the fox makes me think of Trixie.
This look was fun, and I liked it.
It was a little risky for work, but no one seemed to mind at all. Not something I’d make a regular look for the office, since the shorts can be dicey, but every so often I can see it working for me.
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