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    Default What are you wearing/buying with jeans this fall?

    I'm in a rut and ready to do a fall/winter purge. What's your fall style? I don't have a lot of occasion to dress up but on days that I'm not pulling on leggings and a hoodie, I need some cute stuff to wear with jeans.What's your cute, casual fall look or shopping list?

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    Following…..my usual is a long sleeve tee with a vest or a sweater but most often one of the Costco Orvis sweatshirts and a pair of jeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgenie View Post
    Following…..my usual is a long sleeve tee with a vest or a sweater but most often one of the Costco Orvis sweatshirts and a pair of jeans.
    I was so close to pulling on my Orvis black sweatshirt from Costco this morning!

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    I have a navy and a gray cable knit sweater that I like for a step up from a simply tshirt. With jeans and a loafer or boot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nfceagles View Post
    I have a navy and a gray cable knit sweater that I like for a step up from a simply tshirt. With jeans and a loafer or boot.


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    ooh, do you have a link? That sounds up my alley!

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    If you don't mind the JJill vibe, this sweatshirt hoodie is cute with both grey, navy and cranberry bottoms:
    https://www.jjill.com/product/pj-tra...erm=sweatshirt
    I'm wearing it today with cranberry jeans and a tan suede bootie

    This sweater has a great drape (very forgiving). I actually sized down, but typically size up in most tops :
    https://www.jjill.com/product/pj-eas...over?color=4WO
    I bought both the cream and berry colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnuggleBuggles View Post
    ooh, do you have a link? That sounds up my alley!
    This is the gray one from LLBean. The navy one is older, from Lands End, and I couldnít find it anymore hence I ended up at LLBean when I wanted a second one.

    https://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/1273...womens-regular


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    Quote Originally Posted by nfceagles View Post
    This is the gray one from LLBean. The navy one is older, from Lands End, and I couldn’t find it anymore hence I ended up at LLBean when I wanted a second one.

    https://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/1273...womens-regular


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    Do you size up so you can wear a shirt underneath like the photo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgenie View Post
    Do you size up so you can wear a shirt underneath like the photo?
    I rarely wear a collared shirt underneath. I find layers like that so bunchy. I do usually, but not always, wear a shirt sleeve tee underneath. I donít intentionally size up, but I am prone to buying my clothes baggier than I probably should. I find LL Bean runs generous too so I donít think Iíd go larger than your normal size.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nfceagles View Post
    I rarely wear a collared shirt underneath. I find layers like that so bunchy. I do usually, but not always, wear a shirt sleeve tee underneath. I don’t intentionally size up, but I am prone to buying my clothes baggier than I probably should. I find LL Bean runs generous too so I don’t think I’d go larger than your normal size.

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    Thank you! I love the burgundy!

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