Fall neutrals are so the right tone now. Step into fall with a total neutral outfit on Newbury Street – the most elegant and chicest street in Boston.
BLAZER │ ZARA
BLOUSE │ ZARA ( sold out, similar HERE )
SKIRT │ HEART BEAT ( similar HERE )
SHOES │ NO BRAND ( similar HERE )
I blogged about how much I have been inspired by all kinds of fall colors lately in my last post, and my love for fall colors continues. This outfit features autumn neutral shades. Styling with a tan skirt, I wore a plaid shirt in pale pink and light mustard yellow. To keep it neutral, the creamy Cambridge Satchel and the khaki blazer added a harmonizing and subtle touch. Instead of the usual black thigh-highs, I opted for the dusty pink thigh high socks and paired with these reddish brown leather tassel loafers.
Step into fall with earthy tones in gentle autumn sunshine. Fall is here.
My Favorite Street in Boston
Newbury Street is one of my favorite spots in Boston. The best walking route starts from Copley for architectural delights by taking B / C / D / E branches of the Green line. First, you’ll find the grand Renaissance Revival Boston Public Library. Second, Trinity Church. Ranked as one of America’s top ten landmarks, this church is characterized by its clay tile roofing, rough stone and tall tower. Also, the glass skyscraper John Hancock tower is a modern marvel. The tower itself is a great reflection of the nearby traditional Trinity Church.
Then take a turn onto Newbury Street. Lined with vintage red brick buildings and trees, the picturesque Newbury Street has everything. From designer boutiques to high street shops, Newbury Street brings together luxurious brands like Chanel and affordable options such as Urban Outfitters. In addition to shopping, fine dining restaurants, local sidewalk cafes, everyday Starbucks, art galleries, and high-end home furnishing stores sit adjacent as well. The historic red brick buildings give unique and elegant vibes to all the shops here. It’s always fun to stroll along, people watch, window shop and pass some time on Newbury Street.
B / C / D / E branches of the Green Line at Copley