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Dancing in tune with my new motto for fall, I’ve been aiming to practice the art of simplicity dressing.

The best part about sticking to neutral colors when you are traveling is that they are very easy to mix and match. I could easily throw this sweater on with a pair of distressed denims or partner up my skirt with a silky blouse for a night on the town.

Black Top Tan Skirt

Tory and Rachel

Balenciaga Clutch

Black Top Tan Skirt

Black Top Tan Skirt

Venice Layered Mini Skirt {$245, c/o} // Tory Burch Dina Sweater {$325, loan} // Iro Leather Jacket in Black {loaned, same in navy here} // Céline Heels {purchased from Barney’s, similar ones by Vince here for $375} // Vita Fede & Cartier Bracelets // Céline Shades

Photos by Alexandra Gibbs

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31 thoughts on “Gravity

  1. I LOVE any kind of D’Orsay styled shoe. They just look so stylish. Great point about the neutral pairings. So wait, do you have your photographer traveling everywhere with you? :)

  2. I’m dying to get that jacket…but I’ll have to settle for a more affordable version. And yeah, I’d also like to know – do you have a pro photographer that goes w/you everywhere? :)

  3. love your style :) first time visiting your blog and I’m really amazed at how classy, chic and sophisticated you are <3 for this look the biker jacket adds a nice tough/rocker touch to the otherwise very prim and feminine top and skirt <3

  4. Love the look as well. I also wonder the same thing? Do you and all of your fellow fashion bloggers have a photographer traveling with you at all times? Spill the beans, pretty please!

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