Falling Into Autumn

True, it is a bit sad to see summer end. If you live in a climate where people are unimpressed with the threat of blizzards, the fading of summer sun can be a bit depressing. But before you throw on the snow tires, there is the beautiful little in-between time of autumn to look forward to. The weather is still decent, the sun is still shining, and instead of cook-outs and the beach you have cozy roasts and apple picking. Plus, you get to reveal all of the deliciously stylish new finds you have collected for your fall wardrobe. Soft new sweaters, supple leather boots- there really isn’t much to complain about. So pack away the bathing suits, but don’t dust off your snowsuit just yet. Take a little time to enjoy the slight chill in the air and the brightly colored leaves. Herewith are some fall finds to inspire you this autumn.

Follow Me on Pinterest | Posted: 19 Aug, 2011 by Rene

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  • Mini Kallisto Blue Denim & Camel Leather Bag


    Give your shoulder a break and tote your bag in the crook of your elbow- very Rich Old Lady Chic. The off-beat handles punch up the interest of an everyday carryall. This little denim and leather purse fits it all without being overwhelming, and will go great with those new leather boots.

    $58 at milloo | Buy

    | Posted 23 Aug, 2011 by Rene
  • Asymmetrical Cashmere Sweater


    What can be better than cashmere? How about a cashmere sweater updated with a boxy, asymmetrical style that drapes and folds in all the right places and is both cozy and flattering. Pair with your skinny jeans and tall boots and you’re ready for a hayride.

    $158 at Garnet Hill | Buy

    | Posted 23 Aug, 2011 by Rene
  • Michael Kors Globe Ring


    A nice, big chunky statement ring that looks far more expensive than it is. This golden globe will have admirers at hand, indeed.

    $85 at Neiman Marcus | Buy

    | Posted 23 Aug, 2011 by Rene
  • Chincilly Nail Polish


    A taupe-y grey nail polish is the must-have neutral for fall. This subtle shade goes with all skin tones and will never clash with your outfit. Keep your mani looking chic and…polished.

    $8 at Essie | Buy

    | Posted 23 Aug, 2011 by Rene
  • Leopard Print Belt


    A small-scale print like leopard is surprisingly versatile and will accent both the solids and prints in your wardrobe. This spotty leather belt from The Gap can be office or bar-ready and adds a little jungle spice to your look.

    $35 at Gap | Buy

    | Posted 22 Aug, 2011 by Rene
  • Minnetonka Moccasin


    This fall is all about natural materials and muted tones, and who are you to go against trend, especially when leather is involved? Slip on a pair of ultra-soft suede moccasins for an understated hippie-ish touch. Grey is a super versatile color and this moc is perfect to toss on to run out-and-about on cool autumn weekends.

    $40 at Piperlime | Buy

    | Posted 22 Aug, 2011 by Rene
  • Mad Men Collection Houndstooth Dress


    Pass me a martini, I’m having a Mad Men moment. A simple and ladylike silhouette from the Kennedy-era gets an update with an exaggerated houndstooth print in muted navy. Part of a retro-inspired collection by Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant and Banana Republic, this dress is anything but dated and will be a cocktail and event go-to frock for seasons to come.

    $150 at Banana Republic | Buy

    | Posted 19 Aug, 2011 by Rene
  • Frye Melissa Button Boots


    A tall boot will be your new best friend this fall. Dresses, skirts, jeans- this chocolaty-toffee-brown leather pair will go with everything. Stylishly tromp through puddles and piles of leaves and keep you toes warm and your legs looking long.

    $328 at Zappos | Buy

    | Posted 19 Aug, 2011 by Rene
  • Mens Lambswool Hooded Sweater


    An adult approach to every man’s favorite hooded sweatshirt. Rich and warm lambswool is soft but structured, and is far more pulled-together looking than something you stole from a roommate in college.

    $98 at Boden | Buy

    | Posted 19 Aug, 2011 by Rene
  • Draper Trench Coat


    With fall knock-knock-knocking on summer’s door, it’s time to start busting out the lightweight jackets. Brooklyn Industries has done a brilliant job of updating the perennial autumn classic, the trench coat. The jaunty collar and belt ratchet up the style on what could easily be ho-hum outerwear, as do the stellar little details like epaulets and tortoise-tone buttons. And the color! This bold shade of red is what really sets this trench apart from a sea of humdrum olive and navy blahs.

    $138 at Brooklyn Industries | Buy

    | Posted 17 Aug, 2011 by Rene