Cargo Jackets for the Perfect Fall Layering Pieces

It’s FINALLY feeling like Fall around here, so I couldn’t resist doing an easy layering look with a cargo jacket and thermal top.  This type of weather is perfect for a lighter jacket  because mornings are usually brisk and the afternoons tend to heat up.  I like the option of being able to remove some layers for when I need to!  My cargo jacket, specifically, is actually sold out because I bought it a few years ago (Obviously it’s a good staple to have in your closet for a few years.) I found this adorable cargo on sale for 40% off right now.

Cargo Jacket // Thermal Button Down // Denim (Similar under $100) // Booties // Monogram Necklace // Bag (similar)

I just recently discovered an online store called Blue and Cream.  They have the best finds right now, especially in the jacket department and sweater departments.  They carry some of my favorite designer brands from IRO, Rag & Bone, and Elizabeth and James.  Plus you guys know I love finding a deal and Blue and Cream is currently having their Fall sale (up to 40% off) + you can get $50 off your purchase if you sign up for emails!

Click on any of the pictures below to shop this look!

Cargo Jacket // Thermal Button Down // Denim (Similar under $100) // Booties // Monogram Necklace // Bag (similar)

I swear I’m going to get back into blogging soon.  Well, I really have been doing a lot of behind the scenes things because Holiday season is quickly approaching!  Has anyone started shopping yet?

Anyway, it’s funny because I thought I would be more consistent by now with getting back into it, but I’m not.  We are still trying to work out a schedule with Charlie.  Between spending time as a family and just catching up on life and doing everyday things, it’s been a little difficult, so bare with me.  I do plan on being more consistent starting in November.  Ideally, I’d like you to find a post here every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday!  I’m skipping Mondays because who likes Mondays anyway?!


Photography by Julie Kahlbaugh