Neoprene is definitely trendy but I think that’s because it’s really fun, especially in such bright and happy prints. My experience wearing neoprene is limited to wetsuits (haha) so I’m not exactly sure what it would be like to wear. Some of the bulkier silhouettes seem like they might be uncomfortable or something but who knows. But I can tell you that these skinny skirts
Sometimes even a habitual wearer of black (like myself) needs a switch up. Navy is one such suitable substitute that feels perfect at this time of year. I used to get confused by navy but now I just go ahead and mix it with black for the best results, especially for evening. I very much like how it is shown here, mixed in with everything
Cardigans are one of my favorite wardrobe items for the colder months. I’m usually always on the cold side but it’s nice to have the option to remove a layer if you happen across some warmth. I have an entire drawer full of cardigans already and somehow I’m always on the lookout for more. This time around, I am still liking loose shapes in unusual
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.
When I had lunch with Tanie last week, she waltzed in wearing this amazing sweatshirt dress from the Gap. I was way jealous. Making “fancy” clothing out of plain old sweats is pretty much the best idea ever. I know it’s fall now (well not really but you know what I mean) but we can at least be comfortable and cute while we get back