I’m beyond thrilled to let you know that I’m back on . If you haven’t seen the new arrivals for fall yet, then you must. They’re that fabulous. Start on . I’m sharing my favorite items from the new rollout and some fall fashion insights. Here’s a peek at my feature, but do swing by my for all the details.
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One of my favorite neutral hues for fall is camel. There’s just someone so chic, luxe-looking, and timeless about the color. I’ve been toying with the idea of getting a camel coat for years, but I always opt for a brighter one instead (see evidence here, here, and here). I’ll be infusing the lovely hue, then, with hip sweaters like today’s featured pullover. It’s the perfect camel piece to blend into many fall looks. Be sure to scroll to the end of the post for an assortment of camel sweaters.
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The combination of camel, black, and white makes even the most basic basics look super expensive and luxe. When you add a pop of burgundy to that combo though? It takes it a whole new level of chic.
Want more style inspiration around the color camel? See how to rock a sharp camel blazer here.
Location: Downtown, St. Louis
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I’m a fan of loud leopard prints. The bolder, the better. As you can imagine, I’m beyond thrilled that the print is dominating fall trends. I wasn’t always as brave when it came to embracing the print though. Shocking, right? If you’re hesitant, I’m here to tell you that you can rock it too. And, an easy way to work it into your style is with accessories. My favorite leopard print accessories at the moment are fab pairs of leopard print shoes.
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My leopard print pumps are an old J.Crew Elsie style (see J.Crew’s latest leopard print shoes ). They’ve mostly taken a backseat to other pumps in my wardrobe. But, this fall, they shall be getting all the shine they deserve.
Top looks familiar? It’s my Enin top seen before here. The balloon sleeves and cinched waist make this top an easy choice. By the way, you should definitely check out the small, black-owned boutique where I found it. Grab a special code to get 10% off your purchase (click for the code).
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Target does it again. Over the last year, the retailer has been releasing multiple fashion-forward brands, like A New Day and Universal Thread. The latest one, , is a collection of smart, sophisticated, sharp-looking workwear. The items look expensive, but every single piece in the collection is under $50. Prologue launches on September 14. Here’s a look at what’s to come.
Prologue launches on September 14. Preview the entire collection .
Prologue workwear (preview )
See recent Target fashion favorites here.
End-of-summer sales are in full swing as stores try to make space for fall arrivals. That’s great news for us because we can find style gems on mega sale. I have a few fancy-ish events to attend still this summer, so I’ve been scouting the sales for occasion dresses. Today’s featured is one of those finds. Scroll to the end of the post for more selections.
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My dress is the . I’ve been eying at Anthropologie all summer long because of its stunning blue hue and sophisticated silhouette. My local store never carried the style, though, so I wasn’t able to try it on. When I had the opportunity to partner with Larke, then, I jumped at the chance and knew exactly what I wanted.
I was advised to size up in this style, and that was great advice. The dress runs a size small. I typically wear a size 4 in styles like this one, but I needed a size 6. By the way, this dress has crisscross straps in the back, but I experimented by wearing the straps crossed in the front. The resulting look was a striking ruffled halter. Click to see the actual neckline of the dress.
Dresses like this one are perfect for special occasions. It has interesting details and a flattering silhouette. Since the dress is doing all the work, I kept my accessories minimal. My are by Alucik, a brand that specializes in collection pieces of jewelry. Alucik converts hand-drawn digital designs into detailed stainless steel plated patterns. This pair is plated in 24K gold, and the earrings remain in perfect condition after 3 years of wearing them (see them first worn here).
Location: Downtown library, St. Louis
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