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Dress Like Yourself in Fall 2016

As anyone who has ever scrolled through an Instagram feed can attest, there seems to be a lack of personal style amongst “fashion bloggers” these days. Don’t get me wrong; I love black tee shirts, high-waisted pants, and the choker trend as much as much as the next gal, but when everyone looks the same, things get a little “same old, same old.”

What ever happened to personal style? (That’s still a mystery around which, there are many theories.) And more importantly, how much should we adapt our wardrobes to current trends without looking like someone else? In an era of generic fashion, it can be invigorating to take a walk on the wild side, so let’s talk a little about how we can incorporate some of Fall’s trends into our own unique style.


Throwback 90s fashion has been huge in 2016 and will continue to be so in 2017. Social media “celebrities” and indie brands alike has embraced the choker trend wholeheartedly. But before you reach for the cheap tattoo-looking type you’d find in a gumball machine, consider going for an elevated version like theEddie Borgo Safety Chain Collar in silver. Pair it with our Reed Dress in Triangle Scribble print for a look that’s edgy, casual, and fashion-forward.

Fall Florals

Who says bold prints are just for warmer months? Fall trends are still favoring feminine florals, and we are loving it! Lighten up your typically dark and stormy Fall/Winter wardrobe with dainty colors and ethnic-inspired floral prints. Our Parker Silk Tea Party Blouse features a lush print that’s sure to step up your weekend look. It’s the perfect, unique addition to anyone’s wardrobe who has a touch of whimsy.

Big Statement Belts

With Thanksgiving around the corner, many of us are already thinking about our waistlines. For those of us who want a little help defining this area of the body, a big, bold belt can pick up where Pilates and Barre Classes leave off. This fall trend is ideal for tying together an oversized piece of outwear, but it can also be used to cinch in a loose and flowy dress. For ultra-luxe, high fashion gravitas, we love something like this ALAIA black sueded fringe belt or another thick belt coupled with one of our silk dresses.



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