My preppy look for the arrival of autumn!


No doubt, autumn is really the season in which I like to dress the most! The colours, the prints, the accessories, the multiple possibilities of associations… This is the season in which I feel the most inspired when I find myself looking at my wardrobe! In Bordeaux the temperatures are quite mild during the day, but rather cool in the morning and evening so I can quietly introduce my favorite autumn pieces and concoct mid-season looks ?

I have to say that I caught myself wearing black! It’s a color I rarely wear, but I’ve been gravitating towards more and more lately!


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really try to maximize my wardrobe and not keep pieces that I no longer wear. Last week, while tidying up my closets, I found this beautiful black jacket that I hadn’t worn for a long time and I challenged myself to wear it the next day (or else sell it). In the end, I’m a fan of the look I concocted, autumnal and preppy as I like!

I really like the idea of ​​mixing black with brown! It’s not necessarily a very common association, but I find that the brown comes to warm up the black which can sometimes be a little sad. A large part of the pieces of this outfit come from old collections (these are basic for me), but you can easily find equivalents in the current collections or second-hand (I have put links of similar pieces in the “Shop The Post” section at the end of the article). I also wrote you an article on my basics for the start of the school year (with a selection) if you want to (re)read it!

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The only new piece of my outfit is my pretty pair of 70s Jonak heeled babies that many of you really liked when I showed them to you on Instagram! I really flashed as soon as I saw them too! They are really comfortable (the heel is very stable since it is thick) and go with everything! I wear them all the time right now ? They also come in black if you don’t particularly like brown ?

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I hope you enjoy this look!

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