Fall Neutrals and the Perfect Camel Coat

I can’t believe that Thanksgiving is in two days! I feel like Fall has flown by – especially because the weather went from Fall to Winter way too quickly! But I guess that’s to be expected living in the midwest. In an effort to not look terribly unprofessional at work when the weather gets cold, I’ve been searching for a camel wrap coat and fell in LOVE with this one from Ann Taylor.

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Camel Wrap Coat

I’ve been looking for a good camel coat that’s cute but also warm enough to wear into the early winter in Chicago. I found this wrap coat at Ann Taylor and fell in love! It lays great, is warm and cozy and overall a gorgeous addition to my closet. I am also eyeing the grey color it comes in. The coat runs true to size (I am wearing a size small for reference) You really can’t go wrong with it!


This sweater is one of the first items I purchased from a site called Tuckernuck and let me tell you – I’m OBSESSED. Unfortunately this exact one is sold out – but they have a ton of similar styles! Also love this!


These are by far one of my favorite pair of jeans. I love the high waist and how they fit perfectly to you legs. They are a bit of an investment, but I highly recommend them. I have worn them SOO much – just think – price per wear!


I got this scarf from ILY mix and am in LOVE with it! Their scarves come in really cute packaging and are the perfect price point for a gift for christmas!

Thanks for stopping by!

Photos by: Brenna Rose Photography 



  1. Robert
    November 21, 2017 / 7:42 pm

    Hope you have a fantastic Thanksgiving. Stay safe.

  2. Kayla
    November 23, 2017 / 11:26 am

    I love that Ann Taylor jacket! Best blog!

    • Kirsten Elizabeth
      November 28, 2017 / 6:26 pm

      You’re the best Kay! Thanks for following along 🙂

    • Kirsten Elizabeth
      December 10, 2017 / 8:42 am

      Thank you so much! Its been such a staple lately!

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