Ivy Leauge

16th September 2016

fullsizerender-3It’s Fall, It’s Fall (Well it’s September and to me thats close enough).img_2374fullsizerender-18Fall is FUN! Layering, Pumpkin Spice everything, BLANKET SCARFS, gee I love it all.fullsizerender-8fullsizerender-4

I also love getting all nerdy in collegian inspired attire a la Gap Factory! Not sure why that when the leaves changes I go full on Rory Gilmore, but I do and I’m glad. I read more in the fall (tbh I mostly reread Harry Potter), layer more, and this year (for the second year in a row)  I find myself watching Gilmore Girls again from the beginning. I guess doing so has awoken my inner Rory and inspired my style, hence this outfit.img_2373fullsizerender-6

Today’s look is a Rory twist on back to school cool, I’m pretending I’m attending Harvard in 2005 (even tho we all know Rory ended up at Yale, but #same). Even if you didn’t go Ivy League, you can score some East-Coast inspired basics to rebuild your fall wardrobe (like me) at Gap Factory!fullsizerender-5photo-aug-29-12-26-11-pmimg_2377

I love that Gap Favorite has that great Gap feel for an even better price, #score. I picked up everything I needed as the baseline for my fall wardrobe, a new pair of Jeans, a great blazer (in a great fall color), and a new striped shirt. Because blazers and stripes are classic, but my style  is more “classic with a twist”, my twist came in the form of a leopard pointed flat to shake things up – not sure if thats’ the same choice Rory would have made fashion wise, but I’m sure she would support my choice to go against the norm 😉fullsizerender-17fullsizerender-7

Distrusted Girlfriend Jeans ||  Striped Long Sleeve Tee || Academy Blazer || Cheetah Flatsfullsizerender-9

Thanks to Gap Factory for sponsoring this post!

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