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Fall Favourite Finds: Outerwear

Today is outerwear finds day...which some were fall finds but most are jackets that I use to transition into the colder, wintery temperatures.  Here are a few of my favourites:

1- the cape (modcloth here)...which has been a surprisingly super jacket for transitioning from fall temps to the nice, mild start to winter we've had.

2- the winter bomber (Michael Kors- found at Winners).  This jacket was screaming my name...faux fur and comfy!  I love the bomber trend that is going on and I'm happy to have found one I can bring into the winter. Plus I like having a shorter jacket for the outfits with a shorter shirt. (fun option Simons)

3- the wrap (old Banana Republic): This is my go-to jacket for the outfits that have a longer shirt on underneath. (similar Nordstorm, similar Nordstrom and the Bay, the Bay, Simons


  1. Living on Cloud Nine29 November, 2016 21:37

    Oooh love these!! That plaid Cape is calling my name and how sexy do you look in that bomber!!! LOVE!!

  2. You have some pretty amazing outerwear.

  3. Gorgeous looks! That cape is stunning!

    xx, Elise

  4. That cape is perfectly you! the colors, the style, everything!

  5. You make me want to find a cape asap.

  6. Like Lana, all your cape wearing lately makes me want one too! :) Nordstrom has some really reasonable picks! Love that red pants outfit.

  7. You pulled off the cape so well it looks so classy!

  8. how cute are you in your cape?! looking all professional and stuff!

  9. They are lovely coats, especially the wrap one, I think that's my favourite! :) I don't have many winter coats which is a shame! Not really needed often in Brisbane though.

    Hope you are having an awesome week! :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

  10. That fur bomber is "the bomb" - sorry, had to say it.

    Daily Style Finds

  11. I suppose you wouldn't need the winter wardrobe that we need. But your summer wardrobe is wonderful!

  12. multiple personality like weather does that to you.

  13. Look at you all fancy with fun coats. I have a few but usually end up holding out wearing coats like this until it's too cold to actually wear them and then I get sad.

  14. Three great choice for outerwear. That cape is beyond fantastic!

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