When I’m not adorned in faux fur, many shades of plum and gold accents, you can find me in a beanie, plaid shirt, combat boots and (occasionally) jeans. Throughout the fall season I like to channel my inner hipster when it comes to casual autumn fashion for a look that’s all things lumberjack chic. I must say, there’s something inherently Canadian about a red plaid button-up, eh? Paired with a grey tank and a multiwrap, said shirt functions well as a mock cardigan.
With the exception of a windy day (which was, of course, the situation in these photos here), there’s no better season (next to winter, of course) to wear a beanie.
Three words: I love beanies. There’s something just so ~totally rad~ about a knit hat that flops to and fro about the head like a limp noodle, no?
As you may know, I rarely wear jeans (re: Autumn glam), but now and again I feel compelled to skip the jeggings and opt for denim bottoms instead. Let’s get real – there’s little else as comfortable as a good pair of Levi’s when it comes to jeans and in these particularly random spurts of jeans-wearing I vow I could live in Levi’s.
When it comes to a lumberjack chic OOTD, plaid, jeans and a beanie may be paramount but let’s not forget the importance of combat boots.
When out and about evenings and weekends combat boots are my go-to. They’re like the bad a-words in my shoe collection that I can’t quite live without.
Not of any less importance to a lumberjack chic OOTD are the details and by that I mean accessories. While I already mentioned the wearing of a multiwrap (or really any other leathery like accessory) as the ultimate lumberjack swag, I should also mention the importance of wool socks and a brown belt to help accent (and ultimately complete) said look.
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What is your go-to casual fall look? Let me know in the comments below.