Posts tagged Fall Fashion
Red Coat

Sunday was a gloomy fall day and instead of staying inside to watch football, we made the trek uptown to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I had been wanting to go for a couple months now, as I had yet to visit since I've been living in NYC full time. I found out a few days ago that a new fashion exhibit was opening and my desire to go got even stronger.

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Fall White

Everyone knows the old adage that says you can't wear white after labor day. In recent years however, winter white has made a comeback and the old fashion laws simply no longer apply. I love white jeans and think pairing them with sweaters, leather jackets and plaids looks great once the weather cools down. Black is an old standby but white looks fresh and modern.

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Wardrobe Rehab : Session 3, New Season Additions

This is the third installment of my Wardrobe Rehab series, where I have been walking you guys through how I edit, evaluate and expand my wardrobe at the start of a new season. We started first with Cleaning Out Your Closet and then Re-Thinking What You Already Own. Today I am highlighting what is on my Fall Shopping List for the remainder of the year and which items I plan to save vs. splurge on.

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Wardrobe Rehab : Session 2, Re-Thinking What You Already Own

Today I am talking about my second step in transitioning my closet from one season to the next; re-evaluating what items I already have to see how I can re-style into some new looks this season. Don’t get me wrong, I love buying new clothes as much as the next 20-something female. But I also love taking something I already own and mixing it a totally new way for a modern and current look. Saving some money by not having to purchase tons of new clothes is never a bad thing either!

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Wardrobe Rehab : Session 1, Cleaning Out Your Closet

Summer is coming to an end and that means it's time to put away our warm weather clothes and transition our closets for cooler temps. We still have some time in NYC until it is actually cold (the heat wave going on now is in the 90s), but the present is a great time to assess what you have in your wardrobe and what you may need to purchase for the upcoming season. Having an early plan for shopping means you can take your time and find exactly what you want, while paying a price you are comfortable with.

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