Unlike my usual posts, this post is dedicated to recreating an outfit I’ve seen on Pinterest a million times and wanted to see if I could put together my own version with items I already owned! I think this kind of combo in the fall is perfect because as I’ve mentioned before, I get warm easily, so wearing a dress with heavier boots is perfect!

I’ve linked where I got each item at the bottom of the post!

Inspiration Photo


(Photo taken directly from Pinterest)

My Take



How’d I do?

Buy the pieces here: Striped Dress, Cream Sweater, Burgundy Hunter Boots




I recently purchased a pair of these Hunter Boots and I think they’re one of the best purchases I’ve made in Vancouver. Obviously I’ve relocated to a place where there’s a lot of rain, and I mean A LOT, but I moved here knowing that and I’m enjoying every single drop! Growing up in the desert didn’t quite prepare me for the rain, so these have been an awesome investment!


I opted for these short ones because I get hot super easily, and I do a lot of walking/running around during the day. After wearing my other tall rain boots for a full day I was dying of heat, even though it was mid 50’s  and raining here. The short ones are a perfect fit for me!



Buy the boots here: Chelsea Hunter Boots



Athletic wear used to be for, shocker, athletic activities; but now athletic apparel is considered a type of fashion known as athleisure. I’m certainly not mad at it! It means I can wear my Lulu’s and gym shoes out with a full face of makeup, and people know I’m not going or coming from the gym. I do have to say though, that athleisure has taken over a lot of traditional fashion choices because the types of athletic apparel now in stores are super trendy and super comfortable.

I’m definitely on the “Leggings ARE pants” side of the debate because who really has the right to tell you what you can and can’t wear? However, I still think there is a time and place for athleisure. Running errands? Yep.  Attending 6 hours of class? For sure. Travel days? Abso-f***ing-lutely. Going to the office? NO. Date night? Nope nope nope. Get what I’m putting down?

I personally own A LOT of athletic gear from my skating years, living in Utah during Winter, and becoming a skier over the past couple of seasons! That said, here’s one athleisure outfit I wore last week when taking a drive down to Desolation Bridge.


These Lululemon bottoms are one of my favourites! They’re thicker, but not fleece, so I don’t get too hot but they keep me warmer than their exercise intended leggings.


The top is also Lulu, it’s just a standard long sleeve top. It’s got the thumbholes in the sleeves so your hands stay warm and your sleeves won’t ride up. The vest is The North Face, and I love it because it’s super thin and can easily be worn when layering with sweaters and jackets. It’s got those thermo-heat ball things in it that really trap heat in so it’s super toasty too!


Also I’m becoming obsessed with beanies, and this one is by the brand Brixton. You guys have seen these shoes before, but if you want to know more check out THIS post.

I’ll definitely start to wear variations of this outfit throughout Fall and Winter because I do have quite a few versions of these leggings and tops. The nice thing about owning Lulu is that almost all of their items go together so you don’t have to put much thought into it, my favourite!


Buy the pieces here: Lululemon Pants, Lululemon Long Sleeve, Brixton Beanie, North Face Vest





I’m pretty sure I love pumpkin patches more than your average 5 year old and I’m totally okay with that. I was born at the beginning of October, so I think that I just have this love for this specific time of year that I can’t get over.

Last weekend I went on a short trip down to WA for a few hours with my mom. We love to head down there for American shopping because we haven’t quite figured out how to live without going to Target at least once a month. On our way we saw this adorable pumpkin patch that we had to stop at and take some photos. I actually happened to be wearing this Jack-O-Lantern shirt which made for a great photo-op!


If you can’t tell I’m in heaven in these shots.


This is also another post in regards to weekend fashion! Black skinnies, tank top and some adidas are what I turn to when I want something cute but casual.


Buy the pieces here: Express Black Skinnies, Jack-O-Lantern Tank, Classic Adidas




The weekend, the time of week to sit in a pile of leaves and contemplate life, right? But in all seriousness, like the oversized tee trend, I really enjoy being in jeans and a comfortable top. This is one of the many versions of that sort of outfit that I do wear frequently with warmer accessories for the Fall!


I’m also still learning how to pose, clearly, but I was having a fun time with this specific shoot! The tank reads “Don’t be Basic” with Storm Troopers hanging out. Picked it up at Target a few weeks ago when I was down in Bellingham. Not having a Target is one of the things I don’t like about Canada, but thankfully the closest one is only 1.5 hours away. When we can, we take day trips down to Bellingham to pick up things that us ‘Mericans need.

Love this tank, super simple and a thin material so it’s rather breezy which is where the leather jacket and beanie (or toque, whatever suits your fancy) comes into play. I’m totally into adding a beanie to any outfit for either a warmth factor or a “really didn’t have time to deal with my hair” factor, which IMO is perfect for the weekend! I’ve also noticed the reintroduction of beanies into high fashion; meaning that adding a beanie to a styled dress and heels is definitely a style that’s in right now which I both adore and can back 100%.


I’m also wearing basic white Adidas sneakers and they’re so comfy! When I’m not in heels or booties of some sort I’m typically in these or my Steve Madden slides that are also comfy.


I’m also obsessed with this lip colour for the fall. I’ve linked it down below!


Buy the pieces here: Carhartt Beanie, Leather Jacket, Storm Trooper tank, Black Jeans, Adidas SneakersColourPop Liquid Lipstick