I have now tried three times to style the jumper dress that I wore today. The first attempt at styling the jumper dress wasn't an entire success. It wasn't an entire failure either. The second attempt at styling the jumper dress was a complete failure. The third attempt at styling the jumper dress, today's attempt, I think that I am most satisfied with. I suppose that I could have given up on the jumper dress after the first attempt at styling it. I have done so before with other items of clothing, giving away the item immediately. But I guess that I really loved the jumper dress, or at least loved it enough to keep trying to style it. Today, I am happy that I decided to keep the jumper dress.
I may be wrong, but I think that a trend for this Autumn/Winter is the heeled hiking boot. Because a heeled hiking boot is something that I could incorporate into my "Girl's Guide to Hunting and Fishing" look, not too long ago, I decided to keep my eye out for the "perfect" heeled hiking boot. I found one today. It is, in my estimation, the best heeled hiking boot in the world. The cherry on the top is that it is by Fluevog. I couldn't ask for anything more.
I am wearing an old shirt from the Gap with a tie from Urban Outfitters, a vintage jumper dress from Sally Jane Vintage, a jacket by Momiji from the Fresh Collective, an old coat by Jacob, an old scarf by JCrew and old fingerless gloves by American Apparel. My tights are old from H&M and my boots are old by Fluevog.