this season’s favorites

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Nashville winters are interesting.

After a weekend in the teens with snow, we are back to 67 degrees today. I can’t complain. I’d rather have one cold day sandwiched by warm days than 4 straight months of cold like New York.

Some things that I originally purchased just for fall in New York have carried me all the way through my first Nashville winter. I’m glad, as I find them all very versatile and wear them again and again. The brands and look align perfectly with my style.

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Jacket: Zadig & Voltaire. Shirt: Rag & Bone. Jeans: Rag & Bone. Accessories: see details below.

Flattering jeans, a cozy shirt, a great military jacket — all things I love on their own normally, and together they look and feel great. I believe I’ve hit the jackpot on casual separates.

I purchased the jeans and also the top (with a gift card) but I feel very lucky to have come into that Zadig & Voltaire jacket: it was a hand-me-down from my grandma.

These items have been featured in many Instagram posts over the course of the season.

All images from @serialoutfitrepeater on Instagram.

Here’s a closer look at the accessories I’m loving right now too. (That gorgeous Oliver Bonas bracelet? A gift!)

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Eyeshadow: Lancôme (a trial size, perfect for on-the-go). Necklace: Kendra Scott via Rocksbox (use my code camillebff82 for your first month free). Watch: The Horse. Bracelet: Oliver Bonas.

What are some of your favorite pieces to rewear for the current and future fall/winter seasons? Let me know in the comments below.

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