Photography by Madi Flournoy Henderson
We are just a couple of weeks away until the calendar “officially” allows us to celebrate fall, although if you are anything like me, I like to celebrate things early so in my opinion, it’s already fall! The minute Labor Day passes and college football starts, my mind is set on fall and the cooler temps that are surely right around the corner. With that being said, I’m gearing up and adding some classic staples to my closet!
I’m thrilled to be sharing another #HUNTERBROOKESTYLED post with you all! If you are new here, I team up with Hunter Premo each month to show you how to style pieces in your 20’s and 30’s. Hunter and I find identical or similar pieces that we love and add our own twist to it. This month we are so excited to be partnering with one of our absolute FAVORITE local Nashville brands…ABLE! We have both loved and adored ABLE for several years so when they expressed interest in partnering, we immediately said YES!
What I love most about ABLE’s pieces is that they are simple, classic, high quality, and are the perfect everyday staples for your closet. What I love even more about ABLE is their mission which is to end generational poverty by providing economic opportunity to women who have overcome a variety of challenging life circumstances. Their pieces are named after many of the heroic women that they employee and some of their pieces have actually been designed by these women as well.
I don’t know about you, but I am ALL ABOUT supporting philanthropic causes, especially one that supports women and provides them with an opportunity to enrich their own lives. With each purchase, I feel confident in the fact that I’m supporting such a powerful and life changing mission! Head HERE to read more about ABLE’s story! If you live in Nashville or are planning to visit, I highly encourage you to visit ABLE’s flagship store in The Nation’s area.
Let’s chat a little bit about our looks! What I love about Hunter’s look is that it is the perfect casual everyday outfit. Isn’t she adorable?! She added a rancher hat and a great neck scarf to to keep with a more casual theme and I love the polished boho vibe of her look. I dressed mine up a bit with a higher heeled boot (how amazing are these Perez Boots by the way?!), the Mare Crossbody bag (which can also be carried as a clutch by just tucking the strap inside…love a dual purpose bag!), and finishing off my look with these gold Ivy Hoop earrings and the Eden Necklace (both which are perfect for everyday wear)!
Of course we both fell head over heels for this military jacket once we tried it on! It’s one of those jackets that you will find yourself grabbing for time and time again. It’s truly the perfect layering jacket for the fall season and it pairs well with these The Slouch denim (mine are the clemente wash) but it will also pair nicely over floral dresses as well (you all know how much I love floral dresses). I see this military jacket as my next denim jacket (y’all know how much I love my ABLE denim jackets) and the color goes with everything! Talk about the PERFECT closet staple! For a size reference, I am wearing a small in the military jacket, a small in Karina V-Neck tee, my normal denim size in The Slouch denim, and normal shoe size in the Perez Boot.
I hope you will take a moment to explore ABLE…I promise you won’t be disappointed and if anything, you will become a devout repeat customer!
To check out Hunter’s look and to read what she has to say about our #HUNTERBROOKESTYLED post with ABLE, head HERE!
As always, thanks so much for stopping by…see you back here real soon!
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