It's almost time to say farewell to fall, and a fifty-seven, forest green, Ford Fairlane, is just the thing to have me feeling festive and nostalgic. Today's outfit is a rainbow of autumnal tones, including nude & nutmeg with a touch of tweed, mixed with mauve & mocha with a mandarin flair...
This dress is a wonderful neutral dress that can be worn with nearly any other color combination. Its a rich nutmeg brown, vintage 1950s design, with dolman sleeves, accented with Chinese buttons. The bell sleeves are the perfect length to accessorize with some leather gloves, and my nude pink button-up ones were just the neutral tone to balance the browns.
My coat is a vintage 1950s swing coat, with blondish accents around the collar and sleeves. The coat is a gorgeous tweed, featuring muted tones sure to match anything, making it an easy coat to grab without thinking twice! Comfort is always a plus, and wedges from the 1950s are always super comfortable to wear. These early 1950s beauties are a beige snakeskin,"Wedgelings" by Jack Rogers.
I will miss you fall, but luckily some winter fashion is underway, and just as fun!