Over 50 Style

Casual Cardi and Jeans

Fall is in the air! The mornings and evenings are cool, however the days have been in the high 70s. Perfect weather for me!

We drove out of town to the mountains last weekend to take these blog photos. When we got out there, I realized I had forgotten my cardigan, which was the main piece of this outfit! So we took the rest of the photos in front of my house. These jeans are by Levi from Target. I love a good faded pair of skinny jeans for casual days. These don’t have any distressing, so I am able to wear these for work! Here is the link – they are under $30!

The white crossover blouse is one of my favorites. I can wear it alone with a great piece of jewelry, or as a layering piece under a cardigan or jacket. The brand is Lush and it was purchased at Apricot Lane. I don’t see it online, but I have linked some similar white wrap blouses below.

This neutral colored oatmeal cardigan is by Stitch purchased at the Nordstrom sale this summer. It was a very inexpensive piece that I will get lots of wear out of from this fall through the spring. The sweater is linked below.

My taupe and black clutch was purchased from Target last year – it’s part of the Who What Wear line, and it goes with so many outfits. It’s not available anymore, but I have linked a couple cute clutches below.

 

My slide espadrilles were on major clearance this fall from Macys. The brand is Seven dials, and they are on sale online too!’

 

 

 

 

My necklace was purchased from a local boutique, but I have linked a couple cute necklaces below. My earrings are a pair of crystal hoops that I’ve had for years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks so much for reading! This is a basic outfit that would be easy to put together with items from your own closet. Hopefully I have given you some fall inspiration. Have a great week, everyone!

Linking to:
Elegantlydressedandstylish.com
Sharingajourney.com
JolynneShane.com

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