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Army green jacket outfit with blush pink sweater — Cotton Cashmere Cat Hair
Fall outfit with army green utility jacket — Cotton Cashmere Cat Hair
Everlane cashmere sweater fall outfit — Cotton Cashmere Cat Hair
Fall outfit with navy Charlotte Olympia 'Kitty' flats — Cotton Cashmere Cat Hair
Charlotte Olympia 'Kitty' flats in navy — Cotton Cashmere Cat Hair

Ummmm, so... I can't not talk about the fact that Taylor Swift just released her sixth studio album last Friday called reputation. I've been a fan since the days of Tim McGraw over 10 years ago, and though I thoroughly enjoyed country Taylor, I'm in love with pop Taylor! And, since we are only about three months apart in age, it's been fun to "grow up" with her and have music that fits each stage of life so far. This album includes a multitude of (true) love songs, which is perfect for me right now. :)

Currently, my top three favorites (in no particular order) are Call It What You Want, I Did Something Bad, and Getaway Car, but I also love King of my Heart and This is Why We Can't Have Nice Things. There is not a song I hate, though! To say I'm excited for the tour next year is a huge understatement. I'm just hoping I can get tickets to the show closest to me and possibly go to a second show if the ticket prices aren't outrageous (though unfortunately this might be the case since it's a stadium-only tour).

I don't want to make this whole post about Taylor (because I definitely could go on and on, haha), but I did want to mention that her performance of New Year's Day on Jimmy Fallon on Monday was beautiful. You should watch it if you haven't already (and read about why it was so touching).

Anyway, here's another recent work outfit. It was surprisingly nice enough out to just need this light utility jacket, though the cashmere sweater did add extra warmth. Army green and blush pink made an appearance—surprise, surprise. ;) I felt like wearing my 'Kitty' flats with this look, so that's what I did; the navy paired with the dark denim helps to give the illusion of long legs even though they aren't! These jeans are slightly too long on me, as evidenced by the bunching at my ankles, but I decided to leave them bunched for this look... I'm torn on whether I like this look again, but I've been seeing it come up recently (versus the straight skinny leg, which I could have achieved by folding the hem under like I usually do). Thoughts on the bunchy skinny leg?


Madewell jacket / old; similar
Everlane sweater / exact style
Madewell jeans / old; similar
Charlotte Olympia flats c/o Shopbop / exact from SSENSE (last seen here)
Dior Addict Lip Glow in pink / exact

Title lyrics & currently playing: New Year's Day by Taylor Swift