For fall, there are staple prints that we will always revert back to. Although animal prints are huge, floral prints are becoming even stronger this season. Many designers are fading away from the vibrant hues and transitioning fall into a more dark, romantic feel. Dramatic colors like merlot, hunter green & accents of deep red play a key role in this winters floral palette. I paired this Dolce & Gabbana looking blouse by Aryn K. with J. Brands metallic gold skinnies. Since we are now officially in fall, I opted for a statement pant and saved my leather leggings for a cold winter day. This top is incredible, its versatile look can be tucked into a port pencil skirt, paired with black pumps and gold jewelry for a drop dead gorgeous look.
I had a dinner date with my babe and it finally started to feel like fall. I felt my Fendi pyramid stud pumps were the perfect shoe for this look. Trust me, get these babies! They’re as comfortable as they look! Anyyways, the gold pant really accented the undertones of the blouse I wore. I grabbed my go-to BCBG Max Azria laser-cut clutch, layered on my favorite red lipstick, YSL Rouge Pur Couture in 203 & headed to din. Easy Breezy!
I love street art and the look of urban graffiti. Like fashion, it’s so expressive. And this blazer screams “check me out!” I’m all about adding a crazy blazer or detailed jacket to more muted pieces. It totally makes the outfit. Since this jacket is more of a fall piece, it made for a great way to transition my spring pastels into fall. And FYI, this Parker blouse looks ahhhmazing with everything! It’s definitely a staple.