3 steps to looking equestrian chic

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Sweater: Banana Republic (last year) other fringe sweaters by Care of You, Design History feather sweater ($30 b/c it’s last call at Neiman Marcus!!!!), Le Full, TJ Maxx, Simply Be (good price!), and Tanya Taylor (expensive, but lovely) | Button down: Banana Republic (old) cool, classic and inexpensive version here!  | Jeggings: Maurices but similar by Joe Fresh that also look super comfy | Boots: Vince Camuto (older) Ivanka Trump, American Eagle (under $70), Burberry (<—these are OMGoodness boots…) and Burberry dupes for under $100 by Steve Madden and Asos | Sunnies: Prada | Neck tie: Asos

Wolfie’s onesie: Andy and Evan 


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1. snag a pair of boots that will last years

Hey chicas! I’m finally sitting down to write this post while I feed my little sleepeater pictured above! He’s so sweet right now with his tiny fingers balled up into fists and his legs propped up on me. I have to run errands soon, but I don’t want to disturb this precious moment.

Before I head out, I want to share this outfit with you, particularly the boots I found for this season! Mine are older and getting a little worn out, but we can’t afford new ones right now and mine are still fine. My last pair actually got a hole in the sole so I almost took them to a cobbler in Sweden (where I lived at the time), but decided not to since I needed to make room in my luggage for the move back. 😦 These ones are suede and really nice, but they’re starting to wear through the bottoms and the suede leather is looking a little scuffed at the toes.

I highly recommend investing in a real leather pair (like some that I linked above) this season if you haven’t already because you can get so much wear out of them! I got the pair in the pictures over 3 years ago now and wear them almost every day.

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One closet staple of mine that I wear nearly every day is a button down shirt. I may have a ton of them, but I always feel like I can always have more… because I get so much use out of them. The trick to making them look sophisticated is to always layer them under a sweater in the cooler months. Unique sweaters are a fun way to add a special flair to this classic look.

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Sweater: Banana Republic (last year) other fringe sweaters by Care of You, Design History feather sweater ($30 b/c it’s last call at Neiman Marcus!!!!), Le Full, TJ Maxx, Simply Be (good price!), and Tanya Taylor (expensive, but lovely) | Button down: Banana Republic (old) cool, classic and inexpensive version here!  | Jeggings: Maurices but similar by Joe Fresh that also look super comfy | Boots: Vince Camuto (older) Ivanka Trump, American Eagle (under $70), Burberry (<—these are OMGoodness boots…) and Burberry dupes for under $100 by Steve Madden and Asos | Sunnies: Prada | Neck tie: Asos

Wolfie’s onesie: Andy and Evan 

3. add a necktie accessory…

If you’re a regular reader or follow me on IG, you already know my obsession with these things. I could probably find a way to wear a necktie every day. Or at least some sort of a bow around my neck! Sometimes I’ll put one on and realize it adds too much to an outfit, but more often than not it is that perfect touch that brings an outfit from “meeeeh” to “wow” in an instant.

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Xo,

Kellie

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