Fall Coat, Frilled Blouse and Mom Jeans

This past weekend the temperatures went down again. Which made me grab a bit more layers than the usual. On Saturday I spent the whole day home, only going for walks with Poppy, so my outfit consisted in a comfy, casual sweatpants-sweatshirt combo. On Sunday, I went for a quick brunch with my husband and played it up a bit. Even though it was a bit warmer, I still brought all the layers I could think of. And tried to get the focus on my frilled blouse.

One of the top five trends seen all over fashion month¬†was the detailed, ruffled and frilled¬†blouses. I’ve never been too much of a detailed blouse myself, but was sold by this one immediately. The only question was, how to wear it without looking like a victorian piece?

I rarely go for over-feminine outfits and that’s a trait I’ve established early on.

This frilled blouse is way too feminine for me, so the only way I knew I wanted to wear it was with sneakers. The ultimate cool-girl call. Then came the mom jeans. Which give it even a more relaxed feel. Then I thought, I might be getting too relaxed, so over the frilled blouse, I wore a green jacket that might be associated with our grannies. Which I utterly love! Because it was cold, I had to top if off with my favorite camel coat.

It’s a game of proportions and layering. Like I said before, the trick is finding a balance between the pieces and allowing each and every one to breath and speak for itself. That’s what makes this, the ultimate fall outfit.

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frilled blouse

frilled blouse

frilled blouse

frilled blouse

frilled blouse

frilled blouse

frilled blouse

Banana Republic Double Breasted Camel Coat (similar here), Zara Green Jacket and Frilled Blouse, Pull&Bear Mom Jeans, Converse x Missoni Sneakers (similar here), Maybelline ‘Born With It’ Lipstick.

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