Thursday, September 1, 2011

Things I'm Loving - Fall Fashion ed.

could not be more obsessed. via

It’s the first day of September, and you know what the means: the Vogue September Issue will be on newsstands soon.

Since Vogue started producing the massive fashion reference book (which, let’s be honest, is more of a collection of advertisements than anything else), several other magazines have followed suit. Thus, September has become synonymous with stacks of glossy write-ups on seasonal lipsticks and handbags, so heavy they could rival a Webster on the scale.

If you’ve started to get the impression that I’m above the influx of fall fashion advertisements or don’t buy into all the hype, then I’ve seriously misled you—because I’ll be the first in line to pick up every new copy of People Style Watch, InStyle, Vogue, Glamour. You name it, it’ll find a home in my shopping cart.

Since I can’t exactly overhaul my entire wardrobe (like I’m always tempted to do come September), I’ll be looking for fun pieces this season that accent or update what I already own. Like these two steals I just welcomed into my closet:

no, rhianna’s not in my closet. but her Elizabeth and James feather plume vest is, courtesy of an insanely amazing sale at Neiman Marcus off the rack. camel blazer from the fall H&M line—$29.95.

I’m planning on updating my polished little blazer by replacing the buttons (plastic-y and cheap) with sturdier brass pieces.

Now, to the fun part. My I-so-wish-I-could-have list for fall.


alice + oliva faux fur jacket, via

leopard heeled booties, via

sold-out poppy king for j.crew lipstick, via

stunning chanel flat I snapped at Neiman’s flagship store in downtown Dallas

literally anything and everything Haute Hippie—see their fall lookbook here:

every piece in the Missoni for Target collection (debuts sept. 13)—full collection lookbook here:

Has anyone else been bitten by the fall fashion bug? What’s on your wishlist?

happy daydreaming! xo

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