8.31.2010

Military Tourist

 {Military Jacket, Peach T - Zara, Belt - Vintage, Ring - from Tunisia, Bag - ASOS}

One day after this, the weather has just decided to take a 360 and we went from summer heat to autumn cold and rain. Looking out at the window I don't have much hopes for an Indian Summer either.... This year I did have a little part of me looking forward to fall though. The part that loves to wear leather boots and boyfriend blazers (like this and this) and the part that cannot wait to start photoschool! This military jacket (seen here) is one of the Zara purchases I've been looking forward to wear. We all know it's gonna be one of the major trends this season but I also feel it's so me. Belted with a peach/silver belt and a peachy T, I was one happy fall advocate on a sightseeing tour in Budapest over the weekend. :) 

What are you most looking forward to wear this fall?



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45 comments:

Fit With Flash said...

i'm longing for my BOOTS! i almost wore them this weekend, but would've burned up. love that jacket!

Emilie said...

Love that military inspired outfit!

Emilie said...

I love the military style, and you wear it very nice!! Zara has the best ones :)
Kisses

lifeisroyalty.blogspot.com

Kristen said...

I've been spotting the military style a few places! Great images!!

Thanks for visiting Candidly, Red and letting me know about the giveaway. I will be sure to enter ;)

Karen Wallace said...

Love the image with the shoes along the river. Boots, in the fall it is always boots for me. Warmly, Karen

Erin (penny. LA) said...

I LOVE THIS. I love the military jacket - I am so loving this trend, though it's not exactly a trend, as military is usually a classic, in my opinion - and the peach underneath is genius! It looks like a pale peach, and that's certainly a color that I love.

Thanks for dropping by my blog!

TOPCOAT said...

I love this look, your location is beautiful!
I can't wait to start wearing oversized knits.. Ahhh! xx


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Sara Szatmary said...

Not going to lie-- I think those boots you're pretending to try on would look great with your already sweet outfit! Have fun travels!

Cafe Fashionista said...

Ohmigosh that is the coolest display ever! You look utterly gorgeous and adorbs! I am most looking forward to wearing my Steve Madden Maryn Boots, and military jackets/cardigans. Bring on fall!! :)

My Republic of Fashion said...

Fantastic pictures. Love your outfit! SarahD:)

Diana Mieczan said...

I really like the military style this fall...I need to get a nice jacket as I will probably need it...well, right now!!!...hahahah

Great outfit...Kisses,sweetie

feli said...

love it
you're adorable!

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Tucker said...

love the jacket. i am obsessed with army green for fall. i'm just excited to experience my first european fall. i love each season. as far as fashion goes - i want a big camel coat (:
xxoo

Taryn said...

totally spot on for the ever popular military trend :) that endless line of shoes is crazy!

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

I just love your outfit! Military jackets are a weakness of mine :)

And thanks for stopping by my blog. Yours is lovely and I'm looking forward to following along :)

Tsuki aka LittleGrayFox said...

love it!! I need a good, fitted jacket. my closet from last year doesn't really fit me anymore. *sigh* but it's a great excuse to stock up on some new cute stuff!

I can't wait to rock my rainboots! Sounds like the weather did the same turn here as it did there. Crazy...maybe it's that darn category 4 hurricane on the east coast causing a ruckus!


♥ Tsuki
Little Gray Fox

April said...

I can't wait to wear tights and boots and cardigans! I usually keep my summer dresses in my wardrobe all year long and just use a lot of layers. Love it!

Phoenix Peacock said...

I LOVE the photo of you trying on the sculpted shoes! ha. great.

Diana said...

I think a militant jacket will never go out of style. Love this!

ag. said...

what gorgeous photos! i LOVE that jacket...might have to go find one this weekend! :) and visit budapest sometime soon!

Jamie Creason said...

Great photos!! Love your blog! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog, commenting and following!
I am a new follower~can't wait to see what you do next!

Jamie
Bungelowjame

Juliet said...

You look gorgeous darling!
I really love the pictures!
amazing place!
xxx darling!

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Panda said...

what an ADORABLE jacket and i love the color!! great pics, specially the one with all the shoes :)

kirstyb said...

lovely pictures - looks like your having fun xx

Amanda said...

Great jacket, G! I want to find the perfect fall jacket and brown or black boots. Can't wait!

christine said...

I love that shot with all those shoes, incredible!!

I'm loving your blog!
:) Christine

Anonymous said...

The shoes sculpture is a holocaust memorial, commemorating the Jews shot on the banks of the Danube in 44-45. Not sure they fit that well with your military jacket.

Len♥reNeverM♥re said...

adore this look!
ps: thanks for your comment, but those bags are from the co. that I was posting dear! check its link* for the info.

CMA said...

loving everything about this
you've got a really great blog
i'll be back for sure, thanks for sharing
come visit the dreamy world of COSMICaroline!

-cma
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paige said...

Love the photos! The weather did the same thing here. Odd. We're supposed to get more warm (ish) soon, though!

I'm looking forward to my boots and big fluffy sweaters. And coats. Lots of coats!

Poppies and Sunshine said...

What beautiful architecture! And I love your outfit. So cute!

Stacey said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog today. The buildings in the pictures are stunning! I love your outfit too. That colour also looks great on you.

Lady Grey said...

Oh my gosh, look at all those shoes! Fabulous jacket!
oxo

Nicole Marie said...

super cute jacket!

Sandy a la Mode said...

hi gabby! i am visiting from in honor of design! i love all of these photos, esp. the one of you trying on those boots! i am a new follower of your blog! :D

Miles Of Style said...

you look awesome! i'd love to visit budapest some day! ...

xo, persis.

modern viking vixen said...

jackets!!! and boots <3 great blog!

themodernvv.com

CoffeeBlooms said...

your military jacket is very nice, green suits you so well!
black and white pictures are amazing!

ChinkyGirLMeL said...

What a fashionista! By the way, I have an award for you over at my blog. =)

1 Funky Woman said...

What a cool picture with all the shoes, how fun!

Megan

I can't believe you don't celebrate Halloween, I had no idea. So you have no funky cool decorations, pumpkins, witches, ghost? That does suck! I should send you one so you can get into the spirit!

Mimi said...

these are beautiful photos! i am most looking forward to wearing boots! :D

p.s. thank you so much for dropping by my blog! i am a new follower!

<3, Mimi
http://whatmimiwrites.blogspot.com/

Sonja said...

Wow! I really love your blog!!! Just came across it luckily! hehe Those shoes along the river are too cool!!!! Can't wait to read more. :o)

DTHayhurst said...

Well, I'm gonna give you the benefit of the doubt that you didn't realize those shoes on the riverbank were part of a Holocaust memorial. They are there to symbolize the Jews who were shot and then dumped in the Danube by the Arrow Cross fascist militia during the war. Isn't there any sort of sign posted there, or is it only in Hungarian?

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