A Casual Neutral Look For Early Fall - Just Style LA

I am sure you have all heard about the raging fires happening here on the west coast.

In Northern California it appears to be worse than Southern California where we live. But there is one fire just a few miles away in the foothills of Pasadena called the “Bobcat Fire” which is very close to where we live. Luckily we are in no immediate danger, but the air quality around us has been terrible over the last week.

Last Friday we headed to Malibu and El Matador Beach, hoping it would be better at the ocean, but even though it was little better, it was still not perfect.

We did manage to have a nice walk on the beach and also spend a few hours outdoors walking around, which we have not been able to do this whole summer.

We are so grateful for all the fire fighters and first responders working endlessly to contain these fires and hope they can succeed to contain them soon.

For today’s style feature I have a nice casual neutral look for you that includes a great new piece we just added to our shop.

Our Tan Long Hooded Sweater Vest With Fringe is a super fun and stylish piece to add to your wardrobe this fall. It is knitted in a textured tan sweater yarn and the body is loose and easy to wear. It has really cute details like the hood and the long self-yarn fringe in the bottom.

I am wearing it today with our Oatmeal Round Neck Side Twist Top which works really well with it, as they are almost the same color. This rayon modal jersey top is a great basic with a twist which can work on its own or as a layering piece for fall.

For accessories I added our Tan White Orange Multi Print Scarf Shawl and Iridescent Bead Necklace with Stone Pendant and Fringe. ( Only a few pieces left on this one)

I Think both items look great with the top and the sweater vest.

Jeans – Zara

Booties – Steven Madden (old)

Bag – YSL

Sunglasses – MVMT Maverick 004 Sunglasses Rose Gold Gray – Click Here

How do you like my look?




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