Orange Foliage

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I love Fall when it’s not raining, because you see a lawn of yellow and orange everywhere.

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Happy Monday guys! Hope you are well adjusted to the day light savings time change…I actually feel like I need more sleep even though we got an extra hour. Anyways, my dance performance happened this weekend and I’m so excited to share the photos with you all once I have everything organized.

In the mean time, I’m a little sad that Fall is slowly drifting away because the leaves are falling and the tree branches are becoming bare. But I think every season has its unique scenery and the Fall-to-Winter transition can actually be quite breathtaking when you see a a lawn of fallen leaves creating a sea of orange foliage. How lucky am I to live near a park full of maple leaves…It was the perfect spot to take some OOTD photos. I realized later that the shades of my scarf went perfectly with the surroundings. I’m currently on a major plaid scarf phase because I think it looks classy yet the colors can help dress up a dull colored outfit. I have mostly black and dark colors for my Fall/Winter wardrobe so a scarf is a practical and fashionable staple to own. To me when it comes to accessories like scarfs, more is more!

Where to shop the outfit:

Asymmetric sweater: Express

Scarf: ALDO Accessories

Pleather Jeggings: American Eagle

Booties: Ronsons

Beret: Parkhurst

Bag: Roberto Ricci (Raided my mom’s closet XD)


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As always, thanks for visiting! 

xoxo,

Viv ❤

 

 

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