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After so many days of prolonged Summer and Fall trying to creep in, it finally came. Fall also known as Autumn is one of the two coldest seasons in the temperate region. I like to liken Fall to Harmattan or Dry season in Nigeria where I used to live, but Fall is not dry dusty wind like Harmattan, it is COLD and COOL at the same time and it also gives the same feeling or rather extra feeling as Harmattan and it has almost the same signs and symptoms on the body. Signs like Chapped lips, Dry skin and scalp, Allergies (Cold, Flu/Catarrh, Conjunctivitis/Apollo etc), Cold fingers and sometimes Feet.
This is the season for jackets, scarves, layered outfits etc. Knitted, fleecy and woolly outfits are this seasons’ fave to keep body and soul together *literally*.
This outfit just like my other thrift find was gotten rummaging through piles of clothing on the thrift store rack. The look on my face was priceless seeing this perfect knitwear for fall; the fabric felt good and it met my new found love for stripes.
Knit wear: Rue 21 costs $3.00 or 1,080 naira (thrifted)
Pant: Nine West (thrifted but new)
Boot: American eagle (new) you can get it here
Earring: Ali express you can get it here
Hair: Personal shopper at Adunni Abi
I love the high low style of the knit wear and the pleat style on the pant. These pieces for me were love at first sight. And don’t let me talk about the boot.
Tips: If you are as tall as I am, you might not always get fitted pants or skinny pants your length, instead of your pants looking undersized, just roll up the hems to you mid calf and rock it showing off your ankles.
I would love to appreciate my brother who took this picture with a Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. He sure did a good job after so much appeal, he finally bulged. You know I love you, right?
Until next week lovelies!!!
What do you think of this outfit? Would your rock this outfit during the Fall or Harmattan season respectively to keep you warm or wear it differently? Let me know what your thought(s) are on this look in the comment section below. I look forward to reading your comments.
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