Burnt Orange Slouchy Tee

Last Monday, I wore this outfit to class on arguably the sunniest day Chicago has had in a few weeks. It got up to the 70’s but I somehow thought wearing booties was a good idea apparently. Call me crazy, but I wear fall clothing hoping Chicago will actually give me fall weather.

Per usual, life has been catching up to me lately. Whenever I say I’m going to make time to blog, other things seem to pile up but what I’m really here to talk about is my love for this burnt orange slouchy tee. Simple and maybe even a little boring when just sitting on a hanger by itself in your closet, but it doesn’t have to be that way! Click read more below to see more photos of this look.

OUTFIT DETAILS

Top (not online, similar here) // Small necklace (not online, similar here) // Statement necklace (old, similar here and here) // Black skinny jeans // Booties (similar here and here)
My go-to fall uniform has looked a lot like this lately. I throw on jeans, a comfy top, booties, and try to accessorize a bit. If you’ve been on the hunt for the perfect t-shirt, look no further than American Eagle’s soft and sexy ones (seriously, that’s what they’re called). They come in so many different colors and styles like short sleeve, mock neck, caged and more. While you can’t necessarily wear these to work, they are definitely perfect for a casual look or to throw on during the weekend.
Though I usually avoid wearing black and orange together around Halloween, this top is such a muted tone of orange that I felt like I could get away with it. My tan suede booties seem to balance it out a bit as well. To make this look a little less plain and a lot more feminine, I layered my usual statement necklace with a more delicate one.
What do you think of this top? Too simple or ideal for a casual look like mine? Let me know in the comments below. Happy Monday everyone and have a fantastic week! Keep your eye out for more blog posts soon 🙂

 

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