From Wares to Wear: Make this Photo into an Outfit

I fell in love with this stunning photograph by Linda Kuster a while ago and today I finally decided to put it to good use as the inspiration for a wares to wear translation.

When I was putting this outfit together I began imagining myself out exploring the woods on a crisp Fall day. There I would collect fallen leaves, acorns and other Autumnal treasures and stow them carefully in my bag. Later that day I’d meet up with friends for hot cider at a local book cafe and we’d spend the rest of the day chatting and laughing our cares away. Sounds nice, doesn’t it?!

Inspirational photograph by Linda Kuster | SweaterRomwe | JacketModCloth | Claremont Stein TrousersAll Saints | Scotch Naturals Polish in Heather Blush and RMS Beauty Cream Eyeshadow in Spark – both from Future Natural | The Caravan MailbagMadewell | Basic Converter GlovesAsos | Emmett Ankle BootsJ.Crew | Tan Super Skinny BeltAsos |

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5 Comments

  1. LPM / / Reply

    I love this outfit inspiration! I am pretty sure I can find similar items in my closet. And hot cider in a cafe sounds like a lovely way to spend the afternoon.

  2. Mani / / Reply

    That is such a great photograph! I love your take on the outfit for it, too :)

  3. Susan Hazel / / Reply

    I love this post! The owl photo is stunning and there is nothing I like more than planning an outfit for a crisp fall day. Nicely done!

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