Fall is here in New England and JoulesUSA has some new timeless drool-worthy pieces that I’m loving! I took these outfits below on a few trips this month to Vermont and New Hampshire and as always, JoulesUSA did not disappoint. Keep on reading for some fun fall-inspired looks!
The Women’s Heritage Collection is a major favorite from Joules. If I’m honest, I am always stalking this section looking to see what new items they have added! Its English countryside meets chic London and I am here.for.it. 👏
Rosalind Mid Height Rain Boots with Interchangeable Tassel – these rainboots are a major favorite among Joule’s fans! They are comfortable, classy and I love that they have the interchangeable tassel.
The Penelope Pie Crust Shirt is such a classic blouse and I love how it looked with the tweed jacket. This one also seems to have gone quick (another heritage collection!), but I have a similar option here and here for you! I would style this last one with mid-wash jeans.
I went with some classic Madewell skinny jeans for the bottoms and tucked them under some thick wooly socks before I put on the rainboots.
The purse is the Faybridge Leather Shoulder Purse from Joules and it’s a great addition to your fall wardrobe! Admittedly I’m a sucker for a brown leather purse and this one is a lovely quality and has lots of pockets for my odds and ends. It has a butter-soft feel as well. 🙂
Last but not least, the Sabrina Cut And Sew Cape! I also have a cape from last season that is a similar color to this one and It’s one of my favorite pieces in my wardrobe! These are incredibly well made and it’s thicker fabric so will keep you warm.
I tend to wear a white blouse underneath these for extra warmth. Style with jeans or black pants, brown or black boots, and brown or black bag for a cool British countryside look.
I did black mules here for a more city look and you can find these goodies from Target, here !
To find more from the latest Fall collection, click –> JoulesUSA!
Happy shopping, friends!
*This post was sponsored by JoulesUSA. All opinions are my own.*