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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Fall Fashions|Guest Post 3

Hi everyone! It's time for another fall fashions guest post! This time the funny, fashionable, and fabulous Molly from Still being [Molly] is gracing my page! I love Molly's blog because aside from her cute outfits, she also has a great sense of humor and cool DIY tips and tricks! Stop by her blog and check her out, but first read what she has to say about the fall!

xoxo,

Marissa


Hey everyone! I am SO excited to be guest posting for Marissa today. Marissa is a fellow triFABB blogger and I just adore her. Oh, and I guess I should introduce myself. My name is Molly and I am over at still being [molly] where I blog about fashion, my faith, and burritos. It's a good time.

Today, I'm talking fall. It's hot as you know what here in North Carolina, but fall is approaching, SO, let's pretend it's cool. Shall we?

One of my FAVORITE things about fall is football and the race for the pennant. And while I am LOVING the trends this fall, I am actually gonna just share with you my favorite fall outfit full of STAPLES... that'd I'd wear to a football or baseball game!

Yes, closet staples. As in pieces I will wear year after year after year.



[Outfit Deets: Top: JCrew (old) | Jacket: Old Navy | Jeans: JCrew | Boots: c/o Boot Barn | Necklaces: c/o Stella and Dot | Bag: c/o Oasap]

This outfit? My classic fall outfit. I actually wore it to a baseball game last week. So you know I'm not lying. :)

Between the classic flared jeans, a white jean jacket, and my signature cowboy boots - you pretty much can't go wrong. This is just one of those outfits that when I wear it, I feel like MOLLY. You know what I mean? Right? Right.

What does YOUR favorite fall staple outfit consist of? What's YOUR signature piece?

Thanks so much to Marissa for having me today! Come stop by still being [molly] sometime. I'd love to have you!

21 comments:

  1. YAY, MOLLY!! My fall fashion piece(s)...scarves! Love 'em! :D

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  2. yay! thank you so much for having me, marissa! i had a lot of fun putting this together <3

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  3. loving your bag!


    -Violet
    http://rose-et-violet.blogspot.com/

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  4. I just bought my first pair of flared jeans and I already know that it's going to be my most favorite item this fall! They are SO comfy and a great break from my skinny jeans :-) I loved this guestpost and I'm off to check out your blog now! x

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  5. My cowboy boots always come out in fall, too!! Vanessa, scarves are my post! Love this

    www.domesticatedworkingwoman.blogspot.com

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  6. So cute! I love the cowboy boots..I used to get fun of for wearing cowboy boots, but I never let it stopped me, and I wear them with just about anything! I really like what you did with the trench coat/jacket there with the darker shirt..going to have to try this!


    Morgan
    quitetheblog.com

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  7. Tomris (dejafashion)September 5, 2012 at 9:30 PM

    Great post! Thanks for introducing your followers to Molly!


    http://dejafashion.blogspot.com
    x x

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  8. I love it Molly! Jean jackets are a must for fall!
    xo,
    Angela

    headtotoechic.blogspot.com

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  9. I love the outfit!!! perfect for a game day!!! Jcrew is always my go to for everyday wear!!


    love K

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  10. I love a girl in cowboy boots! I am on my way over to Molly's blog now!

    www.mythriftychic.com

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  11. De la Torre pleased despite Mexico exit

    Agen Bola indo11.com reported, Mexico coach Jose Manuel de la Torre
    was pleased with his players after they ended their Confederations Cup campaign
    with a win over Japan.

    A brace from Manchester United star Javier
    Hernandez was enough to secure a 2-1 victory for the Mexicans in Brazil, while
    Japan scored an 86th-minute consolation from Shinji Okazaki.

    Neither side were able to progress from Group
    A, with Brazil and Italy moving into the semi-finals, but de la Torre was
    pleased with his side’s win in Belo Horizonte.

    “The team did very well today, we put
    together some good moves and managed to score,” de la Torre said.

    “That’s what stood out for me, as well as my
    players’ constant fighting spirit. I’m confident this team will continue
    developing. “It’s good to leave on a high note.”

    Japan coach Alberto Zaccheroni, meanwhile,
    said his players were tired after their epic 4-3 loss to Italy on Thursday.asreported byIndo Eleven.

    Japan, who have already booked their place at
    the 2014 World Cup, finished
    bottom of Group A without a point.

    Source : www.indo11.com

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  12. Rodgers praises Mignolet, insists Reina has
    Liverpool future

    Agen Bola indo11.com reported, Brendan Rodgers insists the possible
    signing of Simon Mignolet from Sunderland does not signal the end of Pepe
    Reina’s Liverpool career.

    Liverpool boss Rodgers has spoken of his
    admiration for 24-year-old Mignolet amid reports that the two clubs have agreed
    a fee for the highly-rated goalkeeper.

    Reina’s future has been the subject of much
    debate in recent weeks after being linked with a return to Barcelona, but
    Rodgers is adamant the Spain international, who is currently away at the FIFA
    Confederations Cup, is still part of his plans for next season.

    Rodgers told talkSPORT: “One of the things
    we’re trying to build is a competitive squad.

    “Our squad was very thin last year and it was
    great we were able to introduce a few young players from our academy but it’s
    very important that we have competition in every position and that wasn’t
    always the case.

    “Pepe Reina and I went out for a meal a
    couple of months before the end of the season and I told him exactly what we
    were going to do, which was to provide real competition in that area.

    “He was fully aware of my intention over the
    course of the last few months. It certainly wouldn’t be a surprise to Pepe.

    “Pepe is a fantastic goalkeeper but Simon
    Mignolet is a player that has done really well. He’s also part of an emerging
    Belgium squad that has come into a golden era. He’s very much a part of that.

    “When you work with Pepe, he’s a great man. A
    very committed man to the club and he’s an outstanding goalkeeper.”asreported byIndo Eleven.

    Reina has played more than 300 times for
    Liverpool in all competitions after joining from Villarreal in 2005.

    Source : www.indo11.com

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  13. Rodgers: Liverpool ´in control´ of Suarez saga

    Agen Bola indo11.com reported, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers
    insists the club will have the final say on where Luis Suarez’s future lies.

    Suarez has hinted at a desire to move to Real
    Madrid after a tumultuous season at Anfield, culminating with a 10-match ban
    incurred for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic.

    Rodgers, however, insisted the club would
    decide when Suarez, who is representing Uruguay at the Confederations Cup in
    Brazil, leaves Merseyside.

    “I haven’t spoke to him, I’ve exchanged
    messages but for me it’s quite simple – the club are in control of the
    situation,” he told asreported byIndo Eleven.

    “For me there is no real change in it. He’s
    away with the Uruguay squad at the moment and we’re messaging and what not. I
    will always listen to players. I always work closely with players and listen to
    their point of view but the biggest word is with the club.”

    Rodgers said Suarez’s fondness for Liverpool
    is something many members of the media choose to ignore in their stories on the
    striker, and added that he is keen to keep the 26-year-old.

    “Sometimes interviews get put out there and
    highlighted, but parts of Luis’ interviews have been about how much he loves
    Liverpool, but of course that doesn’t get highlighted,” he said.

    Source : www.indo11.com

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  14. De la Torre pleased despite Mexico exit

    Agen Bola indo11.com reported, Mexico coach Jose Manuel de la Torre
    was pleased with his players after they ended their Confederations Cup campaign
    with a win over Japan.

    A brace from Manchester United star Javier
    Hernandez was enough to secure a 2-1 victory for the Mexicans in Brazil, while
    Japan scored an 86th-minute consolation from Shinji Okazaki.

    Neither side were able to progress from Group
    A, with Brazil and Italy moving into the semi-finals, but de la Torre was
    pleased with his side’s win in Belo Horizonte.

    “The team did very well today, we put
    together some good moves and managed to score,” de la Torre said.

    “That’s what stood out for me, as well as my
    players’ constant fighting spirit. I’m confident this team will continue
    developing. “It’s good to leave on a high note.”

    Japan coach Alberto Zaccheroni, meanwhile,
    said his players were tired after their epic 4-3 loss to Italy on Thursday.asreported byIndo Eleven.

    Japan, who have already booked their place at
    the 2014 World Cup, finished
    bottom of Group A without a point.

    Source : www.indo11.com

    ReplyDelete