chambray and tweed

August 17, 2015


how to wear chambray in fall 2015 M Loves M @marmar
If chambray and tweed doesn’t say back to school, I don’t know what does. Ok, maybe plaid and loafers. And burgundy and mustard. Or scarves and corduroy! Hm..there is a reason I love fall clothes…there are so many options! This pink mini skirt is such a cute piece. The plaid is classic but I love that the pink and blue colors make it fun and slightly more interesting. I also think the color palette is good for the transition from summer to fall. This skirt could easily be worn with a pretty white tank. I paired the look with these mule sandals in a versatile taupe color. Shoes like these ones are so easy for running around and staying comfortable while still looking put together. I totally rely on them!
styling chambray with tweed for fall M Loves M @marmar
chambray shirt and tweed mini skirt on M Loves M @marmar
3.1 phillip lim pashli satchel in brown on M Loves M @marmar
zippered pockets on tweed mini skirt M Loves M @marmar
how to wear chambray M Loves M @marmar
tweed mini skirt with seychelles take aim mules on M Loves M Los Angeles blogger @marmar
cute summer to fall transitional outfit M Loves M @marmar

top J.Crew, skirt LOFT, shoes Seychelles {under $100!}, bag 3.1 Phillip Lim, earrings Sole Society {under $20!}, sunglasses Karen Walker Harvest, lipstick Ciate Liquid Velvet Matte Slick in Swoon
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How was your weekend everyone? Matthew and I were in Santa Barbara for a wedding and we had so much fun. I feel like Matthew and I fall in love with every city we travel to, like Seattle! We’ve been to SB before but this time was much more memorable. We had some incredible meals, found a bunch of cute stores, drank delicious coffee, and basically pretended to house hunt. All the neighborhoods are so cute and I love that Spanish-style architecture. We can pretend! Matthew and I also started seriously planning an international trip for fall. I’m so excited and can’t wait to share more as soon as our tickets are booked! We haven’t done a big big trip since our honeymoon so I’m totally looking forward to it!

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