Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Simply Fall: Caroline Kim


The weather has been beautifully fall-ish lately (at last during the afternoon), allowing fashionistas to really rock some nice, comfortable fall clothes.
I had the honor of finally featuring Caroline Kim, all the way from the valley.
She also runs a blog [Berry Glamorous] <--- link to her blog
and has an Instagram account for food @lafoodfeed <--- link to her IG
that you can follow for her updates.


Her outfit on this day was actually quite similar to my latest featuring of Jane on "The Likeness of a Couple" post, with the denim on denim and a sweater vest over the denim button-up shirt.

Caroline put on a light colored denim button-up from Nordstrom with a darker colored denim on the bottom, which are jeans from Abercrombie&Fitch. On top of her light colored denim button-up shirt, she pulled over a gray, round-neck sweater from Gap.


She accessorized her sweater over denim shirt with a nice statement necklace which was themed in a neon greenish yellow put together with a natural crystal colored jewels from Kaitlyn. Because her overall outfit was very similar in color, the necklace gave a nice point to the outfit.


She held a simple, black purse from Kate Spade, which is versatile to many outfits and occasions because of its simplicity in style and color.
(Her jeans look like they're bright blue but they're not as blue and poppy as the photo makes it seem.)


As you can see, she rolled up her jeans to show her ankles. I really liked that because it creates a nice transition into her shoes, which are slip-ons.
To this outfit of blue, gray and black with a bit of point, she put on a black sequin top sider from Sperry. With slip-ons being a very popular fashion item at the moment, Sperrys are the more "classy" looking slip-ons to wear. I've never owned Sperrys of my own, but I always thought they looked nice.



She's so cute, and I absolutely love her dimples.
Show lots of love and check out her blog as well!
(Her blog and Instagram is linked up above, on the top portion of this post.)






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