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Emma Roberts' Camel Sweater and Silver Oxfords Look for Less + Kendra Scott Exclusive Discount

Emma Roberts pairs a camel sweater with white skinny jeans and silver oxfords.
In her latest casual street style ensemble, Emma Roberts gives us the perfect summer to fall transitional outfit recipe. She pairs a camel crewneck sweater with white skinny jeans, then finishes the look with a cognac bag and silver oxfords. I feel like this is something one of my favorite fashion bloggers might wear...simple yet chic neutral basics and compliment-inducing accessories! And if you think metallic oxfords are hard to style, just check out previous looks by Maria Menounos, Olivia Palermo and Kendall Jenner for more outfit inspo - see how versatile they are?! I'm loving this pair from Sole Society - the cool cut-outs make this menswear-inspired piece easy to wear year round.

Snag all my look for less finds below, and don't miss the exclusive discount from Kendra Scott for a chance to save big on her new fall collection!

Emma Roberts pairs a camel sweater with white skinny jeans and silver oxfords.

Shop the Look for Less:


Halogen Lightweight Cashmere Sweater, $89 // Sole Society 'Cobain' Oxford (also in rose gold, which I kinda love even more!), $69.95. Splurge on this pair if you don't want cut-outs. // H&M Skinny Jeans, $24.99 // Old Navy Saddlebag (looks great in real life), $25 // Kendra Scott Earrings, $65 // Designer Sunglasses at T.J.Maxx, $99.99



Exclusive Discount: Fashion-blogger favorite Kendra Scott has a special discount on her Fall 2016 Collection! From Aug. 7-13, take $40 off $200 with code SHOPSTYLE if you are US based. Grab a pair of earrings for yourself and share the code with friends so they can score a piece of the Kendra Scott Fall 2016 Collection for themselves too!

Emma Roberts Photo Credit: PacificCoastNews


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