Autumn Brights: Candy-Apple Red Trench & Pleather Skirt

One of the many reasons that I love Fall so much are the bright colors that come out when the leaves start changing – such a beautiful sight to see. And I am never one to shy away from colors in my outfit either if you couldn’t tell by now. =P Thank goodness, hubby helped me take these photos pre-Sandy, so you could still see the beautiful leaves in the background.

I have been looking for a trench coat for the Summer transition into Fall and what better way to do that, but in this candy-apple red one below. Also I absolutely love pockets on skirts and dresses, so this faux leather skirt was an instant buy for me when I saw it in the store.

trench (similar), top (similar) and skirt: F1; shoes: Zara; bag: Chanel; accessories: Michael Kors Lexington, Jewelmint bracelet, ring and necklace (thanks to Stella & Dot) and Chloe sunnies

I absolutely love how much this Pegasus necklace from Stella & Dot just pulls the whole outfit together. The quality and intricacy that went into this necklace is what makes it so stunning – absolute love.

This week has been pretty busy so far, so apologies for missing Monday updates. Will resume by next week for sure. Hope everyone was able to get out and vote yesterday! No matter which party you are on, if you have the right to vote in this country, always exercise it and give your voice the chance to be heard.

As always, thanks for reading everyone! Have a great Wednesday!

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  1. thanks! =)

  2. thank you! <3

  3. adelina_aleks says:

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