Friday, September 12, 2014

Fashion Friday: My Fall Essentials

I cannot believe it is already going to be fall soon!  I feel like everything is going by really fast this year, probably because I'm senior, but it is still so weird.  Anyway, since fall is right around the corner, I thought I would share some of my fall essentials.  
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Fall, by far, has to be my favorite season for fashion.  I feel like there is just so much great stuff going on and there is a lot more versatility in the way I can style my pieces-- plus I can wear jeans, which are seriously one of my favorite articles of clothing!  They are so, so comfortable and they look great with almost any top, including-- my favorite-- sweaters.

Also, if you couldn't tell, I am a little bit of a fanatic when it comes to shoes, but there are so many pairs you can wear in fall!  I personally am loving the Mary Jane and T-Strap trend I have been seeing lately.  It reminds me of the uniforms (well our school didn't mandate them, but I thought it looked cool) I wore when I was a kid.  They are such a great way to add a little playfulness to any look!

Lastly, I recommend a good jacket, a tote, and a clutch for the fall season.  I have a military jacket I bought from Target last year that works great for nights when the weather gets a little cooler.  I am also finding that my black Michael Kors tote is perfect for the fall season.  With a lot more going on, it is nice to have a big, roomy tote that I can carry everything in.  The clutch is basically just for fun, but this fall, I have a lot of formal events and I think my GiGi clutch is the perfect accessory to dress up some of my outfits with!

What are some of your fall essentials?

 

2 comments:

  1. I would buy the adorable greek makeup bag!

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  2. I love the jcrew factory peter pan collar shirt, it is absolutely adorable. Those Lucky Jeans for only $40 are a crazy steal. I also love the magenta clutch for a fun pop of color.

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