Guest Post: Becky from byBMG Shares a Cute, Cozy Fall Look

I'm so thankful to feature a few of my favorite bloggers as guest posters while I'm enjoying some time with my family and our new baby girl. I promise to update you all soon with details about her arrival!

Today's post is from Becky at byBMG, who is a blogger I'm happy to have gotten to know over the past year or so. She shares posts about style, food, and life as a teacher and mom of three adorable boys. She also co-hosts one of my favorite linkups, $10 at Target, which is always so fun. I love Becky's style, so I'm so glad that she shared this cute fall outfit with you all today. Thanks so much Becky! 


Hi there! I'm Becky and I blog over at ByBMG! I'm thrilled to be here guest posting today for Shea!I'm totally outnumbered in my house with my husband, Russ, and our three boys. I try to stay fashionable and creative while keeping up with them and teaching at our local middle school.


Today I wanted to share an easy fall outfit with you today. This is something I wear on the weekends when I'm out running errands or going somewhere with my boys. 









Scarf: old
Tunic: LuLaRoe
Jacket: Old Navy
Jeggings: c/o No Nonsense
Mocs: Minnetonka
Watch: Pebble
Bag: Coach via Poshmark

There are so many aspects of this outfit that I go back to time after time. Life is too short to wear uncomfortable clothes, and these jeggings are amazing. They are just the word, a mix between leggings and jeans, and they feel like pajamas! A loose tunic top is cozy with the jeggings and very flattering. I wear my utility vest a ton, but having a utility jacket is awesome, too, for when it's chillier! Moccasins are a comfy casual shoe that I find myself wearing a lot. And as a mom who always needs both hands free, a cross body bag is a no-brainer.

Do you own a blanket scarf? Have you tried cutting it in half? I love the look of a blanket scarf, but even in the coldest of winter, I still feel like I'm sweating it out or drowning if I wear a full blanket scarf. I took my blanket scarf and chopped it in half on the diagonal. It's now the perfect weight for me to wear often. Find a friend, each purchase a different patterned blanket scarf and then swap your halves!

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Thanks again, Shea, for letting me be here today!

Thanks Becky, I can't wait to recreate a similar look myself--and I may just take the scissors to one of my blanket scarves too! 

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