Let's begin, shall we?
I've been eyeing this skirt from etsy seller Pyxus Passion Project for some time. It has everything my figure needs in a skirt: small waist, a-line cut, and knee-length.
Just when I was weaning myself off my TOMS adoration, they had to go and release a new line for fall. I feel weak at how I love these Scottish Houndstooth classics. It is a good thing they are sold out in my size.
I present to you my version of the perfect dress (note the similar silhouette to Julia Robert's horse-racing dress in Pretty Woman. That movie influenced my sense of style more than I care to admit.) Feminine, modest, breezy, understated, and a gorgeous fall color.
I love French Connection's Winter Bex Beads Top in Vine Red. I'm on a serious eagle-eye search for gorgeous blouses. This one will certainly do!
Essie has had the market on affordable nail-polish for some time now, but I am sitting up and paying attention with this "power-clutch" color they describe as a "striking rich, deep gray-green). I'll take all of the fall 2011 collection, please.
If I could have just one thing for fall, no matter the price, it would be this green Mulberry dress. I have nothing in this color and I cannot tell you how much I enjoy pleats. It's so prep-school chic. This advertisement also happens to be my fall favorite.
EmersonMade has been a long-time favorite of mine; these Stretch BlueBells are on-trend, but made from a true vintage pattern.
It's time for a statement-makin' dress, ladies (and gent(s)?)! I spotted this in Lucky Magazine, and even found the blogger who mentioned and wore the dress, but alas - I cannot find the actual dress anywhere. Nonetheless, I'm looking sharp for a subtle polka-dot print, 60s cut dress for all of my fall outings to jazz clubs and symphonies and swing dances. I guess I better start going to more jazz clubs, symphonies, and swing dances.
I hope you feel the permission to update your style this fall, even in one small way.