Fall Trend Inspirations For Less than $50 | PinkBlush

Fall has officially been here for over a month and as October winds down and November begins I am filled with all kinds of style envy and inspiration! I stumbled upon PinkBlush last year when I was pregnant with Greyson and was looking for cute, and affordable, maternity styles – huge emphasis on affordable. Now that I am seven months postpartum I am eager to resume my normal wardrobe and get back into everyday clothes that don’t have an elastic waistband or otherwise make me feel trapped in my nursing tops.

PinkBlush offers us ladies stylish options for every step of our pregnancies; from the bump to transitioning back to our pre-pregnancy wardrobe. I personally love the quality and how each of their pieces reflect current trends so I am sure to feel my best through each stage of mommy-hood. What’s great about their selection of clothes is that you can invest in pieces that can easily be worn throughout your pregnancy and beyond – no need to invest in clothes you’ll only wear for a few months! Yay!

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Another great aspect of PinkBlush is that they are constantly adding new pieces and today I am sharing my top fall style inspirations from their newest round of arrivals.

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One: Burgundy Cowl-neck Knit Poncho $46

Ponchos are my newest fashion obsession at the moment. I love that it’s an outerwear piece that can be worn like a sweater. This one also comes in black and navy in addition to burgundy, but I’m particularly loving this deep red color especially for fall. I feel like a poncho is a great alternative to wearing a jacket and perfect for traveling with!

Two: Ivory Cutout V-Neckline Blouse $36

I am all about simple details and this v-neck blouse offers just the slightest of detail along the neckline and down the blouse. It’s lightweight and flowy, which are two great features in a blouse especially for my postpartum body. It’s also a top that can easily transition through the seasons or be layered with other cardigans or accessories.

Three: Ivory Pocket 3/4 Sleeve Top $31

Another great layering piece this ivory top – I’m digging the 3/4 length sleeves! I love this look of wearing a white cami underneath and styling with simple jewelry or scarf for those lighter weather days. Pair with your favorite skinny jeans and booties for a complete, casual look!

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Four: Black Plaid Open Cardigan $39

Another obsession of mine are open cardigans. I rarely ever button cardigans I do have and after receiving this and this from a maternity *Stitch Fix box I’m officially a convert.

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Five: White Textured Cutout Flat $29

Flats are any woman’s best friend because they can lend themselves to be causal or work-friendly all-the-while being comfortable. The texture to these flats as well as the cutout shape are on trend this year and I could seriously wear them with anything. Literally anything.

Six: Taupe Front Tie Cutout Pointed Flat $28

These front tie flats are super trendy right now and a style I have always wanted to try for myself. I see how others wear them and they’re so friggin’ cute! I’m really liking the side cutout details, which takes this traditional flat to another styling level.

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Seven: Burgundy Chiffon-Lined Tunic $38

I love the burgundy color of this top and the layering effect with the chiffon trim along the bottom. It’s a cozy sweater material and I would actually order it one size smaller than I normally would considering I don’t want to look like I’m swimming in it. I like my loose fitting tops to be fitted around the shoulders and bust so that the remaining fabric just hangs like in the photo. This top also comes in charcoal and olive too!

Eight: Ivory Cable Knit Sweater $38

If you couldn’t tell already I love knit sweaters, ivory colors, and material that is breathable. Although we do experience chillier months in central CA, it’s important for me to invest in lightweight sweaters such as this one that way I can easily layer it with a scarf for extra warmth if need be. Another trend you’ll notice is the oversized look. Since I’m still transitioning back into my pre-pregnancy clothes I love tops that are more loose fitting and drape versus body-hugging tops.

Nine: Taupe Faux Leather Flap Crossbody $34

I love a good crossbody because it makes bringing a purse that much more convenient, especially toting an infant around. This neutral color is gorgeous and I love that it can be paired with any outfit, which is key for me. I also love that it’s a great size; not too big, not too small, perfect for taking just the necessities.

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Favorite Fall Etsy Finds

Etsy has quickly become my favorite place to shop for cute handmade items that you can’t find anywhere else or in a traditional store. Farmhouse chic has become widely popular thanks in part to the genius that is Joanna Gaines and the #fixerupper revolution that has taken over our Pinterest dreams (FYI my spirit animal is Joanna Gaines); and today I am sharing a few of my favorite finds from across various Etsy shops just in time for fall and the holidays coming up.

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How adorable are these custom painted pumpkins, people (unintended alliteration anyone)?! I love the quality of each handwritten pumpkin by Papercase Studio – and the best part is that they’re not even real! They’re foam pumpkins which means you get to enjoy these bad boys every year. Oh, and she does super cute Christmas hand-lettered ornaments too!

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If you haven’t checked out fellow lifestyle blogger Astleigh’s new Etsy shop Twine & Cotton Market then you’re truly missing out. One of my favorite things about fall and the changing of the seasons are scented candles. I love me some Yankee Candle but we can all agree they’re expensive. Astleigh hand-pours each wax candle (I love the wood wick too!) and when you receive your order there’s just something so warm and cozy about knowing the care that went into each order. My favorite fall scents are: Autumn Afternoon and Spiced Lattes & Scarves…AND she just began pre-orders for her Christmas line of scented candles!

Last year I purchased this rustic holiday card holder from Craft Culture Company and I am so glad I did! Not only was it perfect for displaying all of our Christmas cards, but it’s proven to be a great wall display for other cards throughout the year like Greyson’s birth, other friend’s birth announcements, Greyson’s dedication at church, etc. The best part is that it even looks great in our living room with just the wreath.

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I’m kind of in love with blanket ladders and these ladders from Rustic Vue are super adorable. I love that they offer different stain options, which can go perfectly in any room! All I need now is the temperature to dip down a bit!

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I love saving on space, especially in the kitchen, and these wire hanging produce baskets from Charest Studios are not only adorable but useful! Living minimally has really helped me hone in on items for the house that have multiple purposes. So, these aren’t just useful for storing fruit and veggies but they can also save space on countertops as well as be a decorative piece for your kitchen! But who says you have to use them in the kitchen? I’d love to find uses for them all over the house such as hanging planters for succulents or ivy, in the bathroom to hold toiletries, or even in Greyson’s nursery for his toys or stuffed animals. Love!

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I have had my eye on a few of these canvases from House of Belonging for quite some time not only for Greyson’s nursery when we move but others for around the house. I stand in awe of a woman and creative who shines in her faith and uses her Godly talent to create keepsakes like these for other families. I particularly love this canvas of the blessing that is my son because it captures perfectly the emotion of feeling fulfilled because of his presence in my life.

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…although not quite fall specific, I did feel like I needed to pop this into my little list here of favorites. When my husband and I saw this t-shirt at a beer festival this past summer it kind of blew our minds. We couldn’t help but chuckle (and even ask the young man where he got it to be met with “uhh…online”) and after doing some looking I actually found it! As much as I love my cup of coffee in the morning, or pretty much all day long, there are times when coffee indeed needs to step aside for that nice tall glass of wine. Can I get an amen?

Do you love Etsy as much as I do? Do you have a favorite shop or seller – share them in the comments as I loved discovering new shops!

 

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