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I am therapist by day and a content creator by night. A wife, lover of Jesus, all things aesthetically pleasing and cooking.

I am extroverted, literally

have never met a stranger, so

let's be friends!

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Fall Clothing Faves

There's something about Fall colors that I absolutely love. Some of my fave shades of clothing to go for in the Fall are; wine red, burnt orange and beige. I am also a SUCKER for boots, this probably explains why my boot collection continues to grow at a rapid rate. Without further ado, let's get into some of my Fall clothing faves. (Items to the products featured will be linked below)






 


1. Dresses aren't just for the summer...


Especially if you live somewhere warmer like Texas. Pair your cute dresses with boot shades that will enhance the "Fall" feel of your outfit






2. When in doubt, throw a comfy hoodie/sweatshirt on.

My Living On Purpose Hoodies are undoubtedly one of my most comfiest and cutest. Click here to shop one before they sell out for the season!






3. Don't be afraid to rock a fedora hat!


They are stylish in all seasons and add a POP to your look.



4. You can never go wrong with a monochrome look.


Am I right?




5. Wine, Mahogany, Merlot....


This color is everything and more and I’m so glad it falls under the category of a “Fall” Color!



6. When I say comfortable, you say romper.


If I could choose one item to wear for the rest of my life, it would definitely be a romper. So you mean I get pants and a shirt all in one, sign me up!






7. Are we friends if you don’t like wearing boots?


Boots are *insert heart eyes*. They are perfect for the season and below are some selections I love and think you’ll love too!






 


I hope this fall is a great one for you! Comment below with which outfit you could see yourself wearing and make sure to subscribe to the mailing list for more Fall blogs!

With love,

- CrystalO




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