Dallas Fashion Blogger | Merritt Beck of The Style Scribe

Dallas Fashion Blogger | Merritt Beck of The Style Scribe
Dallas Fashion Blogger | Merritt Beck of The Style Scribe

Dallas Fashion Blogger | Merritt Beck of The Style Scribe

Dallas Fashion Blogger | Merritt Beck of The Style Scribe
Dallas Fashion Blogger | Merritt Beck of The Style Scribe

Can you believe September is here already? I feel like I say this every single year, but this summer truly flew by. It was an incredible summer full of travel, spending time with friends, fun family moments and so much more. I’m always a little sad to see summer go, but I’m looking forward to cooler weather, football season, and the upcoming holiday season as well.  Lots to look back on, but also lots to look forward to as well!

One thing I’m very excited about? Getting to wear jeans everyday again. During the summer, I so heavily rely on dresses for ease and comfort in the 90+ degree heat, but the second the temps drop under 80 I almost always don jeans. As someone who works from home, I am lucky that I can stay pretty casual – my uniform normally consists of tees, jeans and sneakers or sweaters, jeans and boots. I recently picked up this pair of jeans during the Anniversary Sale, and they are such a comfortable, flattering fit! I love the high waist style, super skinny leg and faded black wash. The perfect casual jean for fall/winter!

Speaking of the Anniversary Sale, I also picked up this boxy jean jacket and these sneakers! Unfortunately none of these items are on sale anymore, however both the jacket and sneakers are already under $100. They have already been some really wonderful go-tos over the last month – I’ve worn this jean jacket too many times to count, and these sneakers were wearable all day while I was traveling! Put all the pieces together with a plain white tee, and you’ve got some cool 90’s vibes going on.

PS – I’m laughing at how stiff and posed I look in these photos now, but that ledge I was sitting on dropped off a looooong way down! I was terrified, and was not about to let loose and fall over the edge.

{ photography by Caroline Dyer-Smith }

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