Plaid can be counted on to make an appearance every fall and of course this year was no different. But lately I have spotted a few chic girls-about-town rocking one plaid in particular: the windowpane. It’s a simple design, sitting somewhere between the check and the traditional. It is still unusual enough to be interesting and even looks great mixed in with other plaids (if
I’m really loving the Kenzo eye print as of late. While there are a few eyeball-bedecked pieces I would love to be wearing right about now, but that sweatshirt with the wide arms is what I covet the most. It’s a true fashion holy grail: cute and comfortable. I love the other eye print items as well though and I found a few pieces from
It always delights me when October comes around and suddenly Halloween is in the air. Skulls are a year round obsession of mine, of course, but this extra skull seasonality makes me unreasonably happy. Cashmere skulls? Please. Rhinestone encrusted trinket boxes? Oh yes. I want all of these – skull-y goodness for every day of the week. xx [ sweater / watch / cardigan / sweater / Frye engineer
Animal prints are always big for fall but this year the trend has gone literal. Forget tiger print – tiger faces are popping up everywhere. This Kenzo sweater seems to be somewhat of a fashion harbinger. That face and graffiti combination is too good to resist. However, the accompanying price tag is also a tad high but I managed to find versions at every price point.
I am a wardrobe minimalist by nature but every once in a while a print trend comes along that grabs my attention. Case in point: the scarf print. Though this definitely look is definitely infused with memories of early 90s Versace, these prints look more young and hip than Donatella. I also think they are a good transition piece. They look perfectly summer for the