This way of plaiting is the best in fall and winter because in this way, long hair won't be twined in a scarf.
– Plaits in Late Fall
There are leaves and chestnuts on the neckline of this woolen overcoat. Maybe people want roasted chestnuts when it gets cold.
– Golden Autumn
The mori style high waist blouse has long sleeves. The embroideries of leaves and chestnuts are very delicate.
– Leaf and Chestnut
The buttons on the side of the thick ankle-length pants are like chestnuts falling off a tree but chestnut is not like this.
– Free Fall
Warm and comfortable high waist stockings are great partners of ankle-length pants.
– Grey High Waist Socks
Goat skin boots are soft and comfortable, but take care when you clean and store them. They are easy to be out of shape.
– Chestnut Goat Skin Boots
Both a warm and lovely woolen hat and the chestnuts sold in front of school are irreplaceable in late fall.
– Chestnut Wool
Although black and white will never get old for fashion, but the glass frame was too heavy to escape the destiny of replacement.
– Black and White Frame
When the golden autumn leaves fell on the grey scarf, they became the most conspicuous parts in this look.
– Autumn Maple Scarf
The old man selling chestnuts at the school gate only appeared in autumn and winter. That's the sweetest flavor in memory.