K: Even though we received a light snow last week, we’re back to sunny days and fall weather. With Christmas just around the corner, we can’t help but laugh about the sudden burst of fall foliage that San Antonio just now received over the last few weeks. No complaints here though! Brandon and I both love fall and in all technicality, the first day of winter doesn’t even begin until December 21. Therefore, let’s all relish in the last few days of fall as we wave goodbye and pay tribute to our favorite season.
B: Katherine and I really loved this day and actually felt as if we were out of state. Typically in Texas, a light sweater or light jacket can allow you to get by on most fall and winter days. A classic crew neck sweater is a must for any man’s closet. I’ve picked a few of my favorites here, all in a variety of colors and weights, ranging from tissue paper thin, all the way to bulky and heavy for freezing temperatures.
K: I love a fun pop of color in the winter months, especially in a cozy sweater. This one is a TJ Maxx steal and I couldn’t link the exact one; however, I did search around for color block sweaters, pops of color, and turtlenecks. I love that turtlenecks are back and this one is great because it’s not too tight or restricting; perfect if you’re hesitant about wearing the trend. Let me know which one is your favorite among these below!
K: Hunter Boots are my fool proof winter boot, believe it or not! San Antonio has a tendency for wet winters and of course, these are perfect for those gray, misty mornings. I also enjoy throwing on my Hunter Boots even if it’s sunny. To me, there’s no right or wrong way to wear them: they go with everything.
On Katherine: TJ Maxx Sweater (similar here and here), Flying Monkey jeans, Hunter boots, Kendra Scott earrings
On Brandon: TJ Maxx Sweater, Seven jeans, Luchese boots
PS: Be sure to check out the fall foliage from our Colorado trip HERE