…or as “fall” as the wardrobe of a girl stuck in the oppressively tropical Miami climate can be. Yet I still love to torture myself by scrolling through pages of yummy looking shearling biker jackets and plaid blazers that I will be unable to incorporate into my fall wardrobe lest I want to spend the whole day sweating profusely in my furry outer layers (*sad face*). Let’s hope I have the mental fortitude to stop myself from buying all of the jackets and coats I want but which would spend the whole season staring longingly at me from the recesses of my closet on every 80-degree morning. I literally have an outerwear obsession and it’s only made worse by the fact that I can’t indulge it. Fall 2018: please please please come soon. Until then, hopefully someone else in a more northerly climate will be able to enjoy my fall picks and I can live vicariously through you (but don’t hate me come December).
I actually already bought these and am supposed to get them by tomorrow but I’m in love with them so I had to include them. Who would’ve thought a typically safari-animal-print-averse girl like me could be so obsessed with leopard for fall?
This immediately reminded me of the Simon Miller Bonsai bag that’s been everywhere for a few months and that I’ve been wanting to get my hands on.
My closet is definitely always in need of more statement knits to wear with jeans. I immediately fell in love with all of the eye-catching details of this one when I saw a photo of Aimee Song of Song of Style wearing it with flared jeans and kitten heels.
I love the uneven hem and two-tone style of these. I’ve also pretty much exclusively worn cropped denim for the last six months and am looking to expand on my collection. I’ve also found a similar cheaper pair at Zara.
Again with the pink faux fur, yes. I’m a sucker for anything pink and furry. And double-denim ensembles.
Ummmmm yes, yes, and yes. YES. I love red for fall and shearling biker jackets are always a go for me.
The combat boot trend has been prying at me for awhile and my initial reaction was to buy the Dr. Martens–the O.G. of 90’s grunge, if you will. But I’m always a little skeptical about shelling out much for a trendy item that I may end up not wearing after three months. These are a cheaper alternative to the Doc’s and I like how the metal hardware adds to the punk vibe. And if I had the money? Then Proenza Schouler would definitely be getting it for these.