Shirt: Sandro, Bottoms: James Jeans, Shoes: Monica Corte, Handbag: 3.1 Phillip Lim, Sunglasses: Velvet Eyewear, Bracelet: Hermes, Earrings, via BlueFly.com
Burgundy, and all of its interconnected rich wine hues, have made it to the top of my list as far as color concerns this season. Bordeaux and chianti are some of the most popular, spotted on the runways and today’s streets. They’re great for both dressing up and down as they can be incorporated in many ways throughout your outfit–via clothes (tops and bottoms), sunglasses, handbags, shoes, jewelry, and so on. These hues can also be a great way to wear a monochromatic ensemble, which I’m looking forward to experiment with once the temperatures cool off a tad more.
This sweatshirt is one of my favorite pieces for fall, which I bought in Paris over the summer. It’s super comfortable, and I love how it incorporates the beloved animal print trend. It’s easy for a casual day of errands, yet it can styled for evening (nothing beyond a dinner with friends) with the help of a black mini skirt, pumps, and a clutch.
(photography: Alex Rak)