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quilted

flannel + floral + friday.

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The glitter life fall floral

The glitter life hobo wallet floral

plaid button-down (mine is from last year, but this one is super similar) // quilted vest (also available in black and red) // 7 For All Mankind skinnies // ankle boots // HOBO clutch (this floral is sold out, but we’ve got tons of other colors available)

We love pairing our plaid with a dark floral this time of year. And our new 7 For All Mankind Slim Illusion Mid-Rise Ankle Skinny is everything. Shop this look on Shop Sole Dish and take 10% off everything when you use the secret code GLITTER. Cheers to the weekend!

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look we love: striped tee + quilted vest

L + Joe
dropping off the cutest little crocodile at school on halloween.
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feeling this azalea lipstick right now.

This time of year, L can be found wearing a variation of this outfit almost daily: classic striped tee plus a quilted vest. Perfect for the weird weather we’re having right now in the south. Check out our favorites on Shop Style here, or use these links:

Striped tees: Classic Breton // Contrast Trim // Wide Neck // J Crew // Dolman Shoulder

Quilted vests: Ivory // Classic Marty McFly // Faux Fur Collar // Plum // Plaid // Barbour

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must have: faux leather skater skirts.

Faux leather skater skirts top our list of fall must-haves. Whether stamped to mimic quilting, punched to lend airiness, or just short, sweet and simple, these skirts will take you from fall through winter and all the way into spring. Pair them with a chambray shirt and flats now; a turtleneck, tights and ankle boots when it gets cooler. When warmer temps roll around, spring-ify them with a sheer printed blouse and ladylike heels.

The Glitter Life Skater Skirt Collage
social, from top: black stamped skirt, cognac stamped skirt // dish, from left to right: black punched hem skirt, olive skirt, camel skirt
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