Thursday, October 6, 2016

My Fall go to Outfit







Lush Tunic (on sale for $28!) / Blank NYC Denim (similar) also loving these / BP Woven Scarf / Similar Boots and I own and LOVE this pair / Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM Tote, similar style here My Fav MK Watch / Mui Mui Sunglass via Ditto

Hi Ladies (and gents) Happy Thursday! I am basically obsessed with this outfit and these pictures and I have to give kudos to my husband photographer.   He just keeps getting better and better!  We are both starting to get the hang of this thing we call blogging.  That being said, the real reason I love this post is because this is my classic fall go to look.  It is simple, easy and comfy while still looking put together.  I recently purchased this woven scarf from Nordstrom online and I'm really glad I did.  It is lightweight which I love because let's face it, Florida is still pretty warm so once the temperatures actually drop this will be the perfect scarf for our winter months.  It is big and square so it is easy to achieve the whole blanket scarf look!   If you are not sure what to do with your blanket scarves here is a great tutorial via Emily Gemma of The Sweetest Thing.  I learned a lot about tying my scarves last fall from this video!  

For all my fellow Floridians and other east coast friends please please please be safe!  I decided to write todays's post as well as Friday's post in advance because I am not sure how ugly Matthew will be.  Here is what we know here in south Florida so far. My specific area is in the lower tier of the storm and not expected to be as dangerous as other areas of Florida.  The schools here along with a majority of business closed early on Wednesday and will be closed on Thursday.  Schools are even closed already for Friday.  They are recommending that residents in Broward County in low lying areas evacuate and a lot of shelters are starting to open.  Since this will be our first hurricane in Florida we're on edge more than usual not knowing how bad the flooding will be in our neighborhood. We are right off the intercostal and live on a saltwater lake so we are preparing for the worst and hoping for the best!  All of our outdoor furniture is inside or secured outdoors, we have gassed up our jeep, have cash on hand, stocked up on food and water and packed bags and essentials for the dogs just in case.  I have learned that as much as I want to live in denial, Drew is really great at making sure we are ready in case of any major emergency.  If you live further north on the east coast I hope you do the same!  

Thanks for stopping by and for letting me lecture you on hurricane preparedness! :)))  Love you all and just want you to be safe!  

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