If you know me, you know that fall fashion is my jam. It is by far my favorite season. I live for the cozy fall fashions like sweaters, leggings, boots and, of course, pumpkin spice lattes. Haha! I only wish our fall came a bit earlier here in Florida, but I digress…Even though the really cool temps are a long way off, there have been a few cool(ish) mornings and evenings that have called for sweaters and leggings. Luckily, J. Jill recently sent me some fabulous fall pieces that were just the ticket on those cool days.
First up is the Pure Jill Cascading Hoodie…This open front knit style is the perfect finishing touch for casual chic fall looks. I paired mine with boyfriend jeans and bold red sneakers. The neutral charcoal hue of my new favorite hoodie will go with so many outfits and I an see it being a go-to of mine all season long! Not only is it so chic, but it’s SO comfy. Sadly, I’m allergic to wool, so finding cozy knit pieces is always a priority for moi!
Next I styled the Ponte Knit Zip-Pocket Leggings. If you’re looking for warm, flattering leggings, these will delight you! I paired mine with a slouchy sweater, oversized scarf and ankle boots. So many of my fall favorites in one comfy chic look! I also switched out the scarf for a statement necklace, so you could see how versatile they are. These are the kind of leggings you can run around in all day in total comfort. They can easily be taken from day to night.
Like what you see? Get ready to shop! You can get 30% off any full-priced item from the pure jill collection through November 30, 2014, with the code MOPJ30.
So, what’s on your fall must haves list lovelies? If cozy fall fashions like a hoodie and leggings have made their way on there, look no further than J. Jill! I love how many of their pieces meld comfort and style so beautifully. J. Jill designer, Barbara Patin, put it far better than I ever could, “the essence of pure jill is to create the essential most beautiful forms and then render them in the best quality fabrics we can.”
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