9.25.2017

Falling for Jewel Tones

Fall has hit hard and suddenly in the Willamette Valley! My husband's brother got married on September 16th, and it was a beautiful sunny 80 degree day. The next day it poured, and it didn't stop for several days! 
While living in Hermiston the last few years I did not experience the turbulent season changes of the valley, and I've been enjoying cracking the window to hear the rain. The woods pictured in these photos are just feet from my home, and their scent wanders in with the rain. 
This season is perfect for the deeper, richer hues of jewel tones, my style feature today.

 Sapphire is my birth stone, as a side note always reminds me of "The Circle of Life" from The Lion King. (With the sun rolling high in the sapphire sky!)
A pretty tunic top, jeans, and ankle booties make up my early fall go-to.

 This beautiful maxi skirt has emerald and gold touches. It has a lovely flow and I was so excited when I found it. My family has always called paisley ameobas, so this is my ameoba skirt :)
To be honest I'm not exactly sure where this ring came from, it's been in my jewelry box for many years. I love the color and it compliments many different styles. 
 A big gold bag adds a little more bling. 
This deep amethyst tunic was only $16 from Forever 21!
Has the fall weather arrived where you are? Let me know in the comments below, along with your favorite colors for fall!
If you enjoyed this post, check out my other fall fashion posts like Sassy in Stripes, Rockin your Summer Staples in the Fall, or this adorable bicycle dress.

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4 comments:

  1. I love those boots you are wearing with the amethyst tunic and that gold bag speaks to me! I love everything gold!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

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  2. What amazing looks! The colors you chose look beautiful on you! I love your gold bag, and that Forever 21 tunic.

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  3. I love your style! Great post and blog!

    http://chicglamstyle.com

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  4. I love your opening description of the season change. It was dramatic here too this year.

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