Oxblood, Plaid, and a Season with Two Names

oasis fall plaid fashion skirt boots oxblood maroon

oasis fall plaid fashion skirt boots oxblood maroon

oasis fall plaid fashion skirt boots oxblood maroon   oasis fall plaid fashion skirt boots oxblood maroon

oasis fall plaid fashion skirt boots oxblood maroon

oasis fall plaid fashion skirt boots oxblood maroon

oasis fall plaid fashion skirt boots oxblood maroon

oasis fall plaid fashion skirt boots oxblood maroon

oasis fall plaid fashion skirt boots oxblood maroon

oasis fall plaid fashion skirt boots oxblood maroon


oasis fall plaid fashion skirt boots oxblood maroon

Fall is probably my favorite season. The weather finally cools down in California and the air starts to smell like Christmas. And not just the pumpkin spice smell that gets pumped into the air everywhere you go, I’m talking about the smell of the cool outside air that has the feelings of the happy holiday season and adventures that come with it. Because the weather never gets to snow in California, it’s a great time for fashion. You can still experiment with layering and prints but without the choice between looking like an eskimo or freezing your butt off. That beginning fall weather is what inspired my look. Its comfortable, has the perfect amount of layers that you wont be hot or cold, and it’s cute. The oxblood color is one of the reasons I love fall so much, I think it’s sexy and serious, but can be a lot of fun if used in the right way. The skirt, hat, boots, and bag are from Oasis, I recently discovered their store and am in love with their fall/winter outfit choices, lots and lots of stuff in my favorite fall color.

Ps. I thought it was hilarious how the dog kept looking all wide-eyed at the camera like, “Julia, there is someone in the bushes taking pictures of us O___O.”

Claret Check Midi SkirtFelt FedoraThe Carrie ShopperThe Christie Boot


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