what i wore: fall is here

jeans  |  denim jacket (similar)  |  top (similar)  |  flats (similar reva's here and here)  |  bag  |  scarf (similar) |  watch  |  bracelet  |  sunglasses

Let me start off with the most important thing first. These denim pants by Genetic feel like pajamas. Truly, they do. I don't know, they might feel better than the pajamas I own, but yet they still offer the same support that heavy denim does. I scooped them up at Nordstrom and have really been loving them. Colored jeans are my favorite go-to piece for fall because they can completely pull a look together like nobody's business, but you barely have to try. The jeans do it for you. There's a great selection of colored denim at Nordstrom right now and while I'm terrible with decisions, I'm really glad I picked these.

Brandon and I went to Greenville and Clemson this past weekend. This outfit was perfect for walking around downtown Greenville on Friday. The weather was pretty rainy and chilly, so I just threw my hair on top of my head and put on my first warm outfit of the season. I couldn't believe how cold it got this weekend! Seriously, the temps were in the 80s on Thursday and in the 50s by Saturday. Ready for summer again already! Ok, maybe not quite yet, but talk about a harsh reality. I'll share more pics from the weekend tomorrow! 

This post was sponsored by Nordstrom, but all opinions and outfit choices are completely my own!


  1. I love the color of those jeans. One of my favorite fall colors!! Glad you enjoyed Greenville - hope your week is great! xo Annie Reeves

  2. The color of those jeans...that scarf...your hair. I love it all!

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