Fall Blazer Day

I’m definitely overdosing on fall colors today, but I don’t mind. I like earth tones and I love orange.

orange pants

Blazer: Thrifted
T-shirt: Victoria’s Secret
Pants: Dickies
Boots: MIA
Scarf: Street vendor

When I first got dressed, I had on a black t-shirt and orange pants. A bit too halloweenish! So I added caramel boots and a light blazer.

blazer and work pants

My pants are by Dickies. When I first discovered Dickies, I thought I was onto something new–until my dad pointed out his work pants. He’s a painter and interior decorator and wears Dickies to work every day (his are white and splattered in paint). I quickly learned that the company, so well-known for work wear, made the leap to fashion.

Levi’s, Carhartt and Doctor Marten’s are also in this category: work wear as fashion. And since I wore this outfit to work (in an office, but still), I think it’s appropriate.

I’m loving the fall colors and how the rain in Seattle brings out the moss.

stump and moss

I’ve joined Visible Monday and Monday Bloom–check out what all the others are wearing! I also joined Thrifter’s Anonymous, where I’m the Thrifter of the Week! Thanks Shana!


Filed under Fashion, Thrifty

10 responses to “Fall Blazer Day

  1. Lovely bright outfit for fall!


  2. You are working the fall colors beautifully, Jean! Love that scarf. Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday. xo

  3. I dont think you are over doing fall colors..I feel its the perfect combo! Loving the colored jeans 🙂

  4. Nah … no OD … perfect for fall in Seattle! Those warm colors work so well in the Land of Green! You look beautiful. Enjoy your season.

  5. Fun ensemble in fall tones and colors. Great PNW scenery I readily recognize.

  6. I love your cheerful fall outfit and I’m lovin’ orange (as you know)!
    Nice spot for a photoshoot! ♥

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