An Unexpected Color Combination for Fall

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I usually reserve pink for spring and summer, but when I saw this fluffy sweater by Sezane I couldn't resist adding it into my fall closet. I'd usually pair pink with blue or even black, but this time around I couldn't resist styling it with one of my most popular fall colors--oxblood. I've been wearing a lot of reds this fall, from cherry to burgundy; perhaps inspired by all the beautiful red vines that seem to be decorating the countryside lately. Pale pink might feel quite light and spring-y, but paired with a deep red cord skirt it feels fresh while still seasonal. To keep me further in the seasonal feels I pinned on my favorite vintage spider brooch. I wear this spider brooch all the time when autumn rolls around, it just seems to go with everything and looks great pinned on the collars of my coats. I like how it gives me the Halloween vibes but in a more sophisticated way than most kitschy accessories. I'd like to get more vintage spider pins (and I do link to a few below from Etsy if you fancy one for yourself) and other Halloween inspired accessories that are on theme but chic. pink sweater-16 pink sweater-18 pink sweater-13 pink sweater-21 pink sweater-23-side pink sweater-7pink sweater-25
Sezane Dwee sweater c/o, &Other Stories skirt (similar), vintage spider brooch

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5 comments:

  1. You're the queen of unexpected colour combinations, Rebecca! Seriously, you can pull off any shade and any pattern. Super cute outfit! 💕💕

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
    http://charmainenyw.com

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  2. I love your outfit just as much as I love the beautiful leaves covering that building!! Absolutely gorgeous and the epitome of fall. www.sightsbetterseen.com

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  3. Love this look ! I have the same skirt and a very similar pink sweater so I should definitely try and copy this look ;) You look lovely as usual !

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  4. Your sweater is so cozy, i love the colour
    xo
    www.laurajaneatelier.com

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  5. It's hard to tell what's prettier in this post: the scenery or you <3 Great job Rebecca. Also, need that sweater :O

    -Jacqueline

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