Fall’s Must-Have Essentials

Autumn is in full swing and the countdown to winter days are numbered, but wait…don’t panic, I’m here to help you check off that back to school shopping list to stock up on fall’s must-have essentials. I gotcha your back (or literally what’s on your back), so prepare to do some spending-just in time to rock this season’s most compelling trends with warm knits, bold bags, cool sun-shielding shades, leather backpacks, polished plaids and up-to-date reading material, affordable backless loafers, perfect accessories and hydrating cream to combat that cold weather. Get ready to lock down those fall essentials. Now go on and get started.

 

 

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Kimono Haze

 

 Kimono haze lays claims to this look. Now that the summer is over, I can merely say that fall has begun and I have nothing to wear (I know), the usual excuse us fashion lovers say. Which is all the more reason to get shopping on all those fall trend happenings. It can be a bit over-whelming, but I fully intend to keep my wits about me and hope that I can choose garments wisely without ending up in bankruptcy. Already started to compile a list of fashion-forward fall outfit ideas, it’s hard to keep them all straight-not that I’m complaining at all. Fall is one of my favorite seasons-every kind of chunky knit known to mankind, every turtleneck, ankle boot, velvet jacket west of the Mississippi-looking forward to it. That is to say, who doesn’t like sweater weather (try saying that three times fast). The muted and darker hues and mixing trendy separates off of key staples offer me up a warm dose of an autumnal infused shot (ouch). During those heat waves, I had been going through serious fall withdrawal and sweater envy. There is something to be said about snuggling under a plush throw on a brisk day, sippin’ some french hot chocolate by a warm fire. The smell of pumpkin spice (hello, grande pumpkin latte), inconstant foliage, and biting into a caramel apple stick-the words come to mine “why can’t we have fall weather year round.” Essentially resuscitating our sartorial inner monster demanding layers, warmth and cool tones and shape play (Errrr).

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