Hello, November!

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pink corduroy belted cropped jumpsuit asosHello, November! November is my favorite month out of the year; mostly because of numerous celebrations and because of all the textured clothing! I love cords, velvet, tulle, sequins and everything fuzzy. Don’t get me wrong, I dearly miss summer, but I have to face reality.

My first investment piece of the season is this “red”, it’s actually pink in real life, corduroy belted cropped jumpsuit. It is so pretty! I was actually looking for corduroy shortalls, but then I discovered this jumpsuit and I HAD to have it. It is so fun to wear and so comfortable. I LOVE IT! It’s going to be so much fun styling this jumpsuit in so many ways, so stay tuned…

I’m also (still) obsessing over my coin necklaces. I haven’t posted on here about them yet, but I got two rose gold necklaces with old drachmas when I was in Kefalonia. They were on my fashion wish list for a while and I was so happy that I found them while in Greece. These are the kind of “souvenirs” I love getting myself because they’re authentic, unique and keep the places I visit close to me. Side note, I always try to buy a piece of jewelry when I’m in a new place for said reasons. I also picked up these rose gold rings from Kefalonia as well. Looking at these photos, I will have to take a clearer close up photo of the necklaces and rings because you can’t really see them, but TRUST ME, they’re all AMAZING! I pink this is one of my favorite outfits ever and on that note, I hope November is everything I hope it will be and more πŸ™‚

rose gold coin necklaces Kefalonia, Greece Hello, November! pink jumpsuit and pink shirt striped shirt pink round sunnies marc jacobs corduroy jumpsuit and sequin clutchMarc Jacobs: Sunglasses (option) // GAP: Shirt (one, two) // Asos: Jumpsuit // Banana Republic: Booties (option one, two, three) // COACH: Sequin Clutch (steal) // Kendra Scott: Earrings // Klasse14: Watch (option) // Coin (option) & Ξ  (option) Necklaces & Rings from Kefalonia, Greece

Photography: Limani Designs

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