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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Fall Blogging.

Fall is seriously the easiest season to blog about because the Fall fashion is downright fabulous! I could post 10 write-ups a day because there's always something popping up that catches my eye that I'm dying to share with you. All the fun pieces to layer, the structured boots, the slouchy sweaters, various textiles, warm colors - I just love it all.

Take a look at a few of my favorite new Fall essentials from head to toe...

Eric Javits Moxi Medium-Brim Cloche Hat, Black

"Haute hat: this Eric Javits cloche hat features a wavy, yet slightly structured brim that flatters virtually all face shapes and speaks to a timeless chic."

Wallace Sewell Multi-knit Pattern Wrap

I am obsessed with this fun wrap - they're such fun colors that you would never expect for a Fall piece, but that somehow makes it work! The thickness is really perfect for this season too because it's not too thick so even if it's not quite cold enough for a scarf, you can still rock it!

Diane von Furstenberg Ahiga Wrap Sweater

"Subtle, yet striking, this Diane von Furstenberg sweater features a soft wool-cashmere knit with the designer's famed wrap front and clean lines to keep it structured."

Barneys New York Perforated Corset Belt

I think this belt is so fun to cinch in a little blousy top or give a bold waistline to a boxier tunic over leggings. It's really sturdy so watch what you pair it with - i.e. shoes, no delicate flats because it just won't match, and no crazy combat leather boots because that will just scare.

Vince Leather Miniskirt

"Even a small touch of leather lends a cool feel to your Fall look. This Vince miniskirt is perfectly pleated and cut short for a trend-perfect, sassy style."

Givenchy Wrapped Lace Knee Boot

I went "head to toe" for a reason because these boots knock all the Fall pieces out of the fashion world so far! I absolutely love how the boots mix brown and black so you can wear with anything and everything and the structure is just to die.

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