Sweaters like these, with the coolest details, make me wish that mild temperatures were more common where I live.
Honestly, one week it’s in the 30s and the next it’s in the high 70s. If there ever were a state to be known for it’s ridiculous weather, it’d have to be Texas.
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I love fair isle sweaters because they are THE perfect sweater for the holiday season and will continue to remain a classic, unlike those sweaters with Rudolph and jingle bells on them. 😉
So for those who are heading to a more casual or cozy holiday party, I totally recommend pairing a fair isle sweater with either a simple mini skirt or some fun jeans. You’ll be cute AND comfy as you sip on some spiced cider. Win win, no?
(More winter style inspiration can be found here)
Roasted Butternut Squash Risotto
Skillet Butternut Squash and Sausage Penne Pasta
Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Cinnamon Butternut Squash, Pecans, and Cranberries
Stuffed Butternut Squash
Fall Quinoa Salad with Butternut Squash and Apples
Now that we are in the full first week of November, it is starting to look and feel like Fall here in Texas. I’m talking days where it doesn’t even reach 80+ degrees and where I can actually wear my booties. I know, it’s crazy talk but it’s happening guys.
So, in celebration of Fall finally showing its face, I have a butternut squash sitting in my kitchen ready to be either roasted, baked, or put in a skillet along with some other yummy things. Personally, I’m thinking of going the skillet butternut squash and sausage penne pasta route but who knows what I’ll do with it later this week.
What are you looking forward to cooking now that the temps are starting to dip again?
(Original recipes and their sources are available by clicking on the photo titles. More fall recipes can be found here)
Taking timeless patterns and silhouettes and modernizing them seems to be the name of the game for Amal Clooney’s style.
I love how long knitwear even looks chic paired with tennis shoes and a satchel by having the pieces be neutral only in color. The polka dot peplum look, though, is my favorite by far of course. Such a modern silhouette to use when pairing with a classic pattern.
Jamie Chung’s (actress and blogger) personal style is nothing short of amazing.
From vintage inspired looks consisting of knee high boots and a medallion print miniskirt to casual looks that balance a chunky knit and leather leggings, Chung always seems to get it right. I also love the white on white ensemble, as so many are afraid of wearing white during Winter.
(All images and their original sources can be found on my Pinterest board)