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Five Fall Faves: meet Tabitha of Defining Tabitha

When I first stumbled upon Tabitha's blog, I thought two things: 1. She has fantastic dimples and 2. What a great hair cut! Obviously I dug a little bit deeper than her profile, and every day since it's been a pleasure to check in and see what's going on in her world. From recipes made easy to adorable stylings...Tabitha is the girl you instantly want to become friends with. Now it's your turn...have fun exploring what defines Tabitha!

Fur vest: Nothing says Fall like fur. What better way to dress up an outfit than to top it off with fur. It not only keeps you warm, but makes you feel glamorous – even if you’re just running an errand in your yoga pants.


Polka dot dress: I’ve loved polka dot dresses ever since Julia Roberts wore her brown dress in Pretty Woman.  It’s a fantastic print that looks great on everyone. Unlike stripes, you rarely have to      worry about whether or not it makes you look fat. 


Campus boots:  This style of boots have a shelf life longer than the Twinkie.  It comes back every Fall season and is the perfect boot to throw on over a pair of cigarette jeans or to pair with dress and tights.


Camel wool coat: I rarely buy anything in black so I resort to colors like camel in the Fall to pair with everything. Camel is the perfect neutral color and reminds me so much of the leaves changing color. 


Leopard blouse: I’m fairly new to the animal print trend. For the longest time I just didn’t think it fit my personality, but I’ve finally given in and have confessed my love for it.  This leopard print      blouse is perfect because it can be paired with colored denim (like red) to be worn on the weekends or paired with a pencil black skirt for mid-week style.  Either way it’s a great staple to have and perfect to pair with the fur vest.

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Thanks again Tabitha! I am so glad I found your blog...such impeccable style! xo

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