Dressing The Bump: Copper Finds For Fall

I love Fashion Week, and although it is one of my favorite times of year, it’s also in some ways one of the most stressful. I’m certainly not complaining as I feel so blessed to be able to attend, but in all honesty running at 150% all week long definitely takes its toll on you, especially now that I’m carrying around baby Hunkin on top of everything else. I usually have Fashion Week packing down to a science, so it came as a huge surprise when in the middle of the week I had run out of clothes. Nearly overnight, I couldn’t fit into anything else I had brought with me! It still amazes me how quickly my body is changing, and it’s hard to believe that the clothes I could wear last week no longer fit.

In a panic, I sped around Zara to find some quick wardrobe backups for a party I had to attend that evening. I landed on this beautiful faux suede coat and copper satin tunic, and ended up loving my look! I really love that these are non-maternity pieces that I will be able to wear beyond my pregnancy because I really don’t want to end up with tons of clothes I can only wear for a couple months. They were a bit of a whim purchase but I’ve totally fallen for these gorgeous warm hues – the copper in particular really is perfect for Fall and is a great metallic color option besides gold or silver. My key for styling a bold copper piece is to mix it with neutrals and fun accessories. I can’t ever get enough of camel coats for Fall and winter, and these two colors looked gorgeous together. I styled this high neck tunic by layering a chunky choker on top of it for something unexpected, with statement earrings to match. What do you guys think of my look?

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Louise Roe wearing copper tunic at NYFW
Louise Roe wearing copper tunic at NYFW
Louise Roe wearing copper tunic at NYFW
Louise Roe wearing copper tunic at NYFW
Louise Roe wearing copper tunic at NYFW
Louise Roe wearing copper tunic at NYFW
Louise Roe wearing copper tunic at NYFW
Louise Roe wearing copper tunic at NYFW

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What I’m Wearing: Coat by Zara (similar here and here), tunic by Zara, skirt by Zara (similar here), boots by Anine Bing, earrings by Adornmonde, lipstick by Nars.

xx,

Louise Loves

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