One of my New Year's resolutions is to infuse just a little more color into my wardrobe. As someone who is constantly trying to pair down my closet, you can imagine how I'm still a little hesitant. But, thanks to my love of this duster, I've begun to incorporate brown/rust and beiges into my closet. I can still wear these shades as a neutral, and that's the end-game for me! 

I styled these sateen pants with a white and denim look to stay grounded in what makes me feel comfortable (um..basics and the gray scale). And, guys, if you haven't heard of Grana, here I am to introduce you. Ethical and sustainable but also completely price transparent, this brand offers awesome quality pieces for a steal. This one is their Mongolian cashmere crew neck

Jessica Lambi Madewell Spring Outfit .jpg
Jessica Lambi Spring Style Outfit.jpg


I'll admit: I am not one for festive dressing. My participation at themed events normally maxes out at a muted color that resembles whatever is being celebrated, covered by a mix of black and white. (IE: a red bandana for the 4th of July with a white dress or a dark wash chambray button-down for a Sox game.) Plus, as an advocate for a capsule(ish) wardrobe, I'm bound to get 20x more use out of a white top than a bright red one!

Outside of the color requirement, I generally just... don't like rules when it comes to fashion! But, here I am, embracing the coming of October in a downright witchy fall look, all pieces of which, except the shoes, have been closet staples for a while and are still available for purchase, if you're interested!

(PS This awesome duster is from Vetta's 2016 fall capsule, I can't wait to share how I'm styling my favorite piece from their 2017 Minimalist Collection. Stay tuned for my next post!)

Button-down shirt: Uniqlo (old) | Duster Jacket: Vetta | Jeans: Madewell | Boots: Frye | Hat: Goorin Bros.