A Horse Without A Bridle

My horse collection is coming along slowly but surely. Right now, it is limited to wardrobe items--no point in gathering figurines when your home changes so frequently, but I'm quite excited every time I see a horse print item in a store. This sweater isn't new, but it's definitely one of my favorites for fall. I'm quite fond of subtle, but pretty color combinations like this mustard yellow with the grey jeans and then a touch of red on my lips. I'm hunting for the perfect berry stain for autumn and winter, but until I find it I'll opt for my old reliable red by Clinque.


Outfit details:
vintage Coach purse

CONVERSATION

39 comments:

  1. I love the yellow and grey combination...I think it can be so chic in fashion and decor!

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  2. Love the top, CRAZY about the shoes!
    xo,
    Sarah
    http://comingunstitched.blogspot.com

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  3. just saw that top on asos the other day, love it! i'm loving horse print right now too!

    style-extraordinaire.com

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  4. Haha. My first thought, how strange to see her in pants! J'adore le chandail!

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  5. Love your sweater. Everytime I find anything in horse-prints I always think of you!

    Ash :o)
    ftashion

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  6. I love this colour on you, absolutely lovely. Whenever I see horse prints I think of you, their just so lovely xo

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  7. Oh boy, I adore your outfit and I especially love that sweater. Very pretty! :)

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  8. love that last shot ... and the outfit!

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  9. Adorable adorable adorable! I think your fair skin looks so great with all these mustard tones and your perfect red hair. So comfy chic.

    xoxo
    FAKE EMPIRE
    www.shopfake.com

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  10. I don't know about the H&M in the US, but our H&M is packed with horse-inspired stuff!

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  11. thought of you and your horse-print-collecting ways when i spied these this morning: http://www.refinery29.com/windproof-hair-accessories-for-a-chicago-fall/slideshow

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  12. oh honey <3 you don't wear much jeans, but when you do...:)
    I love this look of yours - the horse print, the fab loafers, the skinny jeans... well, everything!

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  13. love the top and the shoes! i know your shirt has brown and black in it and so it would make it "okay" to have a black purse. but i personally think you can wear black and brown together all the time! what do you think?

    http://darcybot.blogspot.com/

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  14. @darcy, yes, definitely. The top is yellow & black, so there's actually no brown there, but I think those rules about mixing brown and black are very silly. Wear what you want--fashion shouldn't have rules.

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  15. Fall Perfection! I would like to own every piece of this outfit. Love it!

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  16. sweater is so sweet!!!

    xo
    www.fashioncelebration.blogspot.com

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  17. herd of horses, roaming the plains of the flesh.

    http://dallianceswithsuitsandskirts.blogspot.com/

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  18. love the color mix, mustard & grey are two of my favorite colors.

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  19. I love this!!!! It is different to see you in jeans. I know you wrote once you prefer skirts. I love the look though and it is sweet that you get things with horses in them.

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  20. I love how you're posting more outfits with pants. You pull them off so well, especially without looking boring or bland. Love that horse top!

    -Rose

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  21. You look absolutely stunning! I love that sweater and those jeans are STUNNING on you!
    xx
    lyndsey of hellolyndsey

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  22. This is such a cute outfit, I absolutely adore your sweater! :)

    xx
    not without incident

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  23. this makes me so sad that i put back the horse print sweater i picked up at forever 21! i may go back and get it!

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  24. Hi Rebecca! I just wanted to say that I have been following your blog for over two years now, and that it is an absolute favourite of mine, and partly a reason I started my blog!
    So I was so excited to see the other day that you had added one of my pictures to your inspiration tumbler!It made me so happy! Thank you so much!!!

    Amaia
    http://maiubcn.blogspot.com/

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  25. Lovely look! I pretty much love it all, gotta love those heels and bag. The style of that top is awesome! Great pictures. Nice post!

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  26. love the sweater - cute

    http://yajairasfashionnotes.blogspot.com/

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  27. The color choice is great. You look lovely.

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  28. the bag is perfectionn

    http://life-as-rachel.blogspot.com/

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  29. Such a cute outfit...especially the heels! Taking your own pictures is a lot harder than I thought. Way to go for doing it so well!

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  30. I'm not a big fan of horses printed but the color is very nice and on you I found it beautiful, maybe I will change my mind... Moreover I love your shoes and your bag.

    http://tripinmydressing.blogspot.com/

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  31. @Jean, is that rhetorical? as a print, in collectibles: yes. living & breathing, I don't really have any experience with.

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  32. I was really surprised to see you wearing jeans instead of dress, they look great on you! :D

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  33. Super cute outfit! The sweater is really unusual (in a good way of course!) x Sushi

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  34. Love your mustard and pretty printed sweater! :)

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  35. That horse print sweater is awesome paired over the button-down shirt. I'm loving your shoes too.

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  36. Hi :)could you please tell me if the shoes fit true to size? <3

    merle.primke@web.de

    thank you so much!

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  37. Just FYI, your picture in this post is being used without credit on sheinside.com. http://www.sheinside.com/Pony-Pattern-Yellow-Round-Neck-Sweater-p-81667-cat-1734.html

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