I don’t take my style inspiration from the runway, at least not most of the time (exception here). And Florida Fall is still about two and a half months away, so perhaps I am premature. But as the calendar – if not the temperature – changes, I think we all look forward to the next season’s offerings.
And even though I am not a runway diva, I do like to browse through the designers’ collections, to get an idea of what I want to add to my closet. Here are some pieces I look forward to playing with, whether via retail or the thrifts. I’d love to hear about yours in the comments.
Something new in the Pantone colors of the season. Especially a sweater or blouse in Tawny Port, and a scarf/skirt/shoes in Shaded Spruce. Love these deep, rich colors.
A long, open topper in faux shearling or faux suede. This piece makes a cool fashion statement, and is just right for Florida Fall and Winter. It will look great over jeans or a midi skirt and boots.
Velvet. I’m on the hunt for a velvet jacket. I just love the feel of the fabric, and whether it’s pricey or thrifted, it looks rich. I am crazy for this slightly oversized version, in an unexpected, iridescent neutral. This one‘s from Anthropologie.
Some glitter and shine. Glitter and sparkle are trending hard on the runway. I am not a big sparkle lover, but these sneakers can definitely find a home in my closet. So cute.
The Queen of Dragon’s winter coat. I don’t wear real fur, so the Game of Thrones stylists will need to create me one of these in faux. I can wait. Here’s a picture of Dany herself wearing this magnificent piece.
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