This is exactly the kind of outfit that I love: separate items I already have that feel fresh when put together in a new way. What makes this outfit so great? Is it the navy of the peacoat? The comfortable-but-still-polished slouch in the boyfriend jeans? Maybe it’s absolutely adorable clogs. Whatever it is, we picked out the pieces that will help you recreate this perfect fall outfit.
For me, with this outfit it’s all about proportions. You want the peacoat slightly cropped and the jeans slightly slouchy. This Sam Edelman jacket hits in exactly the right place, as does this Nili Lotan one. On the splurgier side of things, leave it to Veronica Beard to have a beautiful version complete with gold buttons that feel like jewelry. Also, don’t overthink it – L.L Bean is good for more than just their iconic Boat n’Tote bag. Their lambswool peacoat is a classic for a reason.
Underneath that peacoat you want a simple long sleeve t-shirt. Here are some of my favorites: this Michael Stars Nori tee, this Lilla P long sleeve crewneck, or this ATM jersey top. For jeans, go with boyfriend-inspired pairs like this J.Crew slim boyfriend jean. It’s slightly oversized but you won’t feel like you’re swimming in them. I also love this AG bootcut pair, all the better to show off your clogs.
Let’s talk CLOGS! This is a trend that I really love, because it gives you height in a comfortable way and they just feel fun to me. J.Crew’s slip-on pair are a favorite, as are this pair by MICHAEL Michael Kors for a classic brown wood/black leather combination. This 70’s inspired all-black studded pair from Re/Done is a slightly edgier take, but I love them all the same. If you’re looking for some hardware like the Gucci pair in the image, these Boden clogs are a great way to get the look for less.
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