Hi Beauties!

I’m loving all of the soft and cozy fabrics of fall this year.  Breaking down my outfit as well as some gorgeous chenille and velvet pics just for you!

Chenille pieces I’m loving right now:

From left to right, a cold shoulder sweater, scarf, gloves, and a beanie.  I love the sheen of chenille.  It’s got a subtle shimmer to it, and there are so many pretty color options out there so you can pick something that complements your personal style.  These picks are all under $50 and would make great gifts too!

Velvet shoes:

You can literally find a velvet shoe in any style you want these days… except for maybe a workout shoe (but that’s probably a good thing).  These blue velvet Loeffler Randal heels (left) are my favorite!  I’m wearing the a golden chartreuse shade in the photos above.  They are definitely an iconic shoe of the season!  They run a bit small so go up a half size if you’re thinking about adding these to your wardrobe 😉 From ankle strap sandals, to flat mules, to booties, there are comfortable and affordable velvet options out there for everyone.  Even flat velvet shoes can really dress up your holiday outfit.  The fabric itself just says dressed up!

My outfit details:

These gold hoops are one of my recent favorite jewelry pics under $100.  They are bold and have the sweetest little faux diamonds hanging from each hoop making them delicate too.  My t-shirt is by Madewell and inspired by my recent studies of Spanish.  Better yet it’s on sale!  My goal is to be fluent in Spanish by the time I have kids so I can raise my bebés bilingual.   Sometimes your clothes reveal more than people know 😉 These black high waisted jeans by Paige are a go to for me, they don’t stretch out and the length is perfect for heels or flats.  My purse is by YSL and was a birthday present!  I added a similar color sweater to the one I’m wearing in my pictures, not chenille but I own this sweater in a different color and its so soft and cozy, so check it out!!

Happy Friday and Happy Shopping!!





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