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Just one thing: the Canadiana blazer

October 11, 2012

Who won’t talk to you when you’re cross-dressing as an urban lumberjack? We already know you’re wearing women’s clothing. $49 at Sears

Plaid is compelling, isn’t it?

I have a pair of plaid heels that I wear at this time of year and how many times do I get stopped in my tracks by random people wanting to share their connection to my feet. Odd, but not so odd, you know?

Today we’re offering an equally KA-POW option that evokes the same Eau de Outdoor as my trusty shoes. The slightly mushed plaid check on this little number from Sears (pictured at top and a steal at $49) is trending with today’s blurred prints while the cut of the jacket wafts of polish via its slim fit, folded pocket detail and leather-wrapped buttons. Wear it to an office meeting then should the summer wind beckon, skip your 4 o’clock for a wholesome hike in the wilderness- hunting season check, check.


More stylish goodies for fall days that maybe you didn’t expect to find at Sears but now you know, and you’re going to go:

Bow tie, for him or her (why not?), $29

Leopard print booties, $49

Fun collar necklace by Cocoa jewelry, $38

Plaid tie, $29

Another take on plaid, but not nearly as Canuckriffic, $59

The honey comb cuff bracelet in gold and black, $19

The two-tone riding boot, $69

All images courtesy of Sears.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. October 11, 2012 2:04 pm

    Plaid isn’t compelling at all. I like this plaid blazer! I would so wear it with leather leggings and a great pair of heels.

    • October 11, 2012 2:07 pm

      I love your styling input for this look- the leather leggings are a great option for these. I still insist that plaid is compelling- it’s always a head-turner, even if for dubious reasons :)

  2. Jordana permalink
    October 11, 2012 5:27 pm

    The Canadian blazer reminds me of this:

    • October 15, 2012 1:02 pm

      Ah what a cute love story and yes, perfectly styled for the romantic outdoors!

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