No fall without knits

fall knitwear

Fall knitwear. To me, there’s no fall without knits. Every year they’re there, in different shapes, colors. This fall I’m seeing a lot of really chunky knits and oversized knitted dresses. And don’t we just all agree that there’s nothing more comfortable than wearing a warm knitted sweater or dress on a cold fall day?! Yes, my absolute favorite garments are always those that look good and feel good. In today’s outfit I’m wearing this light pink high neck jumper dress I’ve recently got at River Island. It feels so soft and warm on my body and I love its long balloon sleeves. To make my outfit a little more excited, I went for a pair of black fishnet tights, some fall floral printed knee high boots (which I got about a year ago) and a cozy coat from BY-BAR. Of course I couldn’t leave the house without a pair of sassy sunnies, which are still in stock (and for sale!) at ASOS. So if you’re interested, definitely take a look. All links are below. Happy Sunday sweeties!

P.s. As upon request of many of you ladies, I’m working on a blogpost about my eating disorder. This will include the whole story as well as the treatment I got and currently having. So stay tuned if you’re interested in knowing me better. ♥

fall knitwear River Island

BY-BAR Amsterdam coat

asos fall outfit

fall knitwear River Island

here’s what I’m wearing: coat – BY-BAR Amsterdam / light pink dress – River Island / necklaces – My Jewellery & Stylerepertoire / black fishnet tights – Monki via ASOS / boots – Floris van Bommel via Omoda / bag – Mango (SS’17 collection) more cool Mango bags here / oversized sunglasses – ASOSxoxo Frederique

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My name is Frederique and I run this personal style blog. After graduating from law school in April 2014 – University of Utrecht (The Netherlands), exchange: Uppsala (Sweden) and UC Berkeley (USA) – I built FAB le Frique from scratch and decided to spread my lifelong interest in fashion and lifestyle with the world (wide web). Taking a leap of faith, making a career transition, leaving a known and charted career path is scary. But if the only actual obstacle blocking me from doing what I’m truly passionate about is ‘fear’, I hereby conquer my fears and go forward with my passion.