Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Fall Style Inspiration: Layers

I totally look forward to Fall fashion; I love boots and sweater weather! But, sometimes I'm not quite ready to part with my favorite tees and tanks from the previous season. 
The perfect solution: Layer up!! 
This is especially key when the weather is that "in-between" temperature. It is no longer warm enough to wear just your tank or tee yet, not super chilly for a bulky sweater.

I have chosen this striped tank from Target as my "base". 
I have a serious obsession with stripes. I mean let's be real, I have never met a stripe I didn't like!
The material is super comfy and soft and the stripes allow for some fun pattern mixing.
Here are four ways I have styled this tank differently including a jean jacket, cardigan and scarf, military jacket, and under a plaid top.

Jean Jacket: TJ Maxx 
(great options here at Kohl's and here at Old Navy)
Neckace: VeryJane 
Bow flats: Mindy Mae's Market

Cardigan: Old Navy
(always great options at Old Navy or Target)
Scarf: Kohl's
Booties: Shop Crave

Military jacket: JCPenney
(option here at Kohl's and here at JCPenney)
Necklace: VeryJane
Booties: JCPenney

Plaid top: Kohl's
(option here at Mindy Mae's Market and lots of great options here at Old Navy)
Bow necklace: Purple Peridot
Flats: Kohl's


Today's Link ups 

(where you can find more inspiration!!):


Thanks for stopping by!!



  1. Love the tank - I think I just need your whole closet!!

  2. Apparently I need to start looking at Very Jane again for necklaces! Love a lot of your pieces. And those booties from JCPenney are great too.

    I agree, I wear things throughout all the seasons, but hey, then you get your money's worth!

    Caitlin @ Coffee with Caitlin

  3. So many ways to wear a striped shirt - who knew?!

    ~Ashley @ A Cute Anglea

  4. Great post. I have all of these pieces but never thought to put them together like this!

  5. So cute! I love all these and the way you have put them together.

  6. You are so creative! Love all those looks with that "base" piece!

    Thanks for linking up with me at Tucker Up!