|Photography: Jenna Wilkes|
Top: Wren & Ivory c/o (only $24!) / Pants: Pilcro / Necklace: Baublebar / Cuff: Helen's Jewels c/o (similar here and here) / Bag: Alixandra Collections (only $48, and get 10% off using code Jpetite10) / Boots / Lips: NARS-Dragon Girl
For those who have been following for me for a while one thing you might notice is that I hardly wear black. I don't have any type of aversion to the color black in fact a couple years ago black was one of the dominant colors in my closet! Two years before I started my blog I made it a New Years resolution to start wearing more color. There is something about color that makes an outfit immediately more fun!
After I made my resolution I refused to buy anything in black! Fast forward three years later, and black is the smallest section in my closet. I went from one extreme to another, and now I am trying to incorporate more blacks and greys into my wardrobe. I was so excited when I got this top from Wren & Ivory because it gave me a little push to wear more black.
One of my favorite trends for fall has always been leather. I love how this shirt has the faux leather sleeves and collar giving it a twist on the everyday t-shirt. Wren and Ivory are killing it with the leather trend, and also have this darling peplum leather top. They also have a sequin sleeve sweater that is absolutely adorable.
When looking through Wren & Ivory's site they offer unique apparel for the everyday girl, and have a price point that can fit everyone's budget. Make sure you check them out today, and find some amazing new pieces for the holidays.
Petite Review for Anthropologie Pilcro Faux Leather pants. Like I've said time and time again I can never find pants that fit because I am a size 23 waist. I was so excited when I walked into Anthropologie, and saw these pants in the petite section. I tried on a petite 24, and they fit amazing in the length. The thighs fit perfectly, but I needed to get the waist taken in just a tad.
This post was sponsored by Wren & Ivory. All options and reviews are my own.