It’s been a while since I did a fashion post. Fall hasn’t really gotten here and, in fact, it’s been in the 80s for the past six weeks. Plus, taking pictures, editing them, and then making collages is more time consuming than one might think — it takes FOREVER.

So, I’m doing a lazy post today using my Instagram pics. Yes, I am one of those annoying people that puts pictures of my outfits on Instagram. Sue me. Or follow me. Whatever.

Anyway…. Here’s what I have been up to. And by “up to”, I mean wearing, OBV.

I’m still ‘poo free. I’m actually on a modified poo regimen and I promise to write about it in more detail. So many people have asked for an update and I swear — it’s coming.

I also just got my hair cut for the first time in a year and colored for the first time in 3 years. I feel like a new person.

The bottom left is no ‘poo, no cut or color. The bottom right is post haircut. The top two are post haircut and post color.

Like Emma’s photo bomb in the top right? That girl kills me.

I have also been wearing a version of the same outfit almost every day.

See? Lazy style.

Top left is from a work trip I took to San Francisco a few weeks ago. The blazer is in this post, jeans are from Buffalo Exchange, tee is from Target, and ox blood Bass loafers from Etsy. I can’t stop wearing them.

Bottom right is target tank, these jeans, and the same Bass loafers.

Bottom right are these shoes I got on sale from Sway Chic (the come in black, too!).

Top right includes the same Buffalo Exchange jeans (rolled up), the shoes from Sway Chic, and a thrifted oversized silk top I scored for $2. Don’t hate.

Here are my favorite fall accessories:

The top right picture is a pair of vintage clogs I snagged for $12. I’m still sort of figuring out the best way to wear them, so if you have any suggestions — SHARE!

The tiny heart ring in the top left is from Catbird. I love all their stuff — especially their tiny rings. They even have a rad selection of engagement and wedding bands. Not that I’m in the market for that kind of thing, but still.

The bottom left is my favorite pair of rain boots (it did rain for like 5 minutes last week). And as you’ll see later in this post, it’s good I own them.

The bottom right is a vintage Coach bag I found at a thrift store. At $25, it was definitely an “investment piece.” I actually took it out of my cart, but I walked back from the parking lot to reclaim it because I knew I would regret it down the road.

Every once in a while I manage to get out of my white tops and loafers:

I got those tomato red cords two years ago on sale at the Gap and the blouse is thrifted. The yellow woven belt is from my favorite store ever (it just closed!!!) and the tan leather flip flops were $15 at a J Crew outlet.

Denim on denim is all the rage right now and I’m totally digging the 70s vibe it gives off. I’ve had those trouser jeans forever and I swear — they are the most universally flattering jeans in the world. They are pricey, but totally worth it.

If you are in the market for a classic pair of great fitting jeans that can be dressed up or down, then these are the pants for you.

The chambray shirt is from Target and the shoes and belt are thrifted. Oh, the sunglasses are from The Gap.

And the final thing is that I’m traveling back to my happy place today. The girls and I haven’t been back since our epic summer trip and we are looking forward to unwinding, unplugging, and  spending time with family and friends.

Although, if you take a look at what I’m leaving vs. what’s in store, you’d think I have a death wish or something.

Good thing I’ve already busted out those rain boots….