Fall back in love…with Pride and Polka dots and fall fashion. Timing is everything, and naturally new jobs and various obligations make it difficult to spend time on blogging. However, I was able to carve out some time to plan posts, which means that the blog-posting future looks bright! So, without further delay….
The weather in Germany has finally approached fall-like temperatures, which means it is seasonally appropriate to talk about fall favorites: style edition. Think rich colors and texture, fun prints, and new lengths.
-Over-the-knee boots are quickly becoming a new fashion industry staple, and my selections from Tory Burch and Stuart Weitzman are favorites for good reason. The black Weitzman’s are statement-making albeit simple, which makes them ideal for any special outing. Conversely, the Tory Burch option goes from day to night seamlessly, looking equally at home with skinny jeans or paired with a shorter hem-line.
-Flats are a year-round must have, but fall is the best time to experiment with fun colors, prints, and with richer materials. This scalloped offering (see Chloé for perfection) would go with just about anything, while the Stubbs & Wootton smoking slipper variation is a fun take on a classic.
-Plaid screams fall (and all things Christmas) but looks fresh when conceptualized as a muted-print coat from Intermix this season. However, there’s still no such thing as too many flannels or button-downs.
-Midi-skirts are also increasingly popular. They add a lady-like elegance to any outfit that is both incredibly striking while still modest.
-Blazers are a necessity for any person, but these options from J.Crew and T by Alexander Wang are game changers.
-Richer colors, from manicures to mini-bags, are also a good investment to match the new fall hues!
This fall is set to be a season ripe with fun and opportunity, and has always been my favorite time of the fashion year. There’s nothing better than pulling together an outfit that is simultaneously stylish, cozy, and flattering. Have at it, and stay tuned for more fall-related posts in the very (I promise) near future!