The Autumn Wind…

While the Christmas season may be in full swing, I’m still trying to eek in a few more autumn color scheme outfits before December hits…like this Kathrine Hepburn inspired ensemble…

It’s no lie that I’m a huge fan of 1940s blazers. There are so many different styles and cuts. And I always seem to find an excuse to buy another to add to my 20+ blazer collection. This camel colored one is by far one of my favorites. It fits like it was made for me and has some wonderful details.

Hat: Hollywood Babylon, Portland
Jacket: I really don’t remember!
Blouse: Red Light, Portland
Gloves: I don’t remember either!
Purse: Antique Alley, Portland
Trousers: Thrifted
Shoes: Miz Mooz by way of Johnny Sole, Portland

16 thoughts on “The Autumn Wind…

  1. LOVE this jacket! I can see why it is one of your favourites…the pockets are cut in such a nice way-and finished so well- and the trim near the shoulder is very stylish. The colour combo of camel and chocolate suitsyou so well and you wear it beautifully… I especially love your pose in picky #3. xx Shauna

  2. How wonderfully pretty and seasonally perfect. I’m in no hurry to see autumn end either and am still sporting more oranges, yellows, dark reds and golds than those hues I tend to reach for during the winter, too.

    You look resplendently beautiful, dear Janey – and definitely have a Hepburn or Marlene Dietrich vibe going on here (love it!).

    ♥ Jessica

  3. What a smart outfit! For some reason I’m never inclined to wear hats (well outside of winter ones), so I really don’t own any. But I adore them on other people, and this one with your blazer in particular is a fantastic combo!

  4. You have finally given me a good idea on how to wear saddle shoes! I have never had any clue without feeling I look like one of those stupid 1950s “poodle skirt” costumes or thinking it looks off LOL.


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