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Faux Fur Colorblocking:

I love color blocking because it adds an extra element to any outfit.  I’ve been wearing it in my sweaters, and now in this coat. This faux fur version blends two natural hues, so it matches with most colors.  It’s also super cozy, and has that baseball varsity jacket feel.  We’re fully into Fall now, which means it’s the season of the coat! T-shirt: LNA …

Colorblocking:

I’m all about that cozy sweater that’s basic, yet has a pop.  Whether it’s a ruffle, cropped hemline, or in this case, a hint of color, a sweater can make the fall/winter outfit.  Not only is this one so yummy and warm, but it’s super soft (hi, it’s cashmere!).  Pale pink has been my color of choice lately, so I love it mixed into this …

Sherpa 2.0:

This will make the second Fall in a row where I’m obsessed with anything sherpa.  It’s cute and simply feels like you’re wearing a blanket.  This hooded version is on the cropped side, without being cropped, and comes in two fall colors.  The puffed sleeves add a little bit of a fashion element to this indoor/outerwear piece.  It’s also under $80, which seems like a …

It’s The Bomb:

I like getting a bang for my buck when it comes to clothing and accessories.  I happen to love this bomber because it’s great for Fall or Spring and is reversible!  Pam & Gela has mastered this fun look by adding some metallic threaded stripes around the neck and cuffs.  If you’re a basic t-shirt and jeans kind of gal, this is one way to …

50 Shades Of Purple:

I’m partial to mixing different shades of the same color, all in one look.  And of course I love mixing materials.  Case in point here with this super luxe velvet blazer.  Because this statement piece is a light saturation it looks best paired with pieces that have deep saturation (like this eggplant bag, or any color in fact that’s deep!). T-shirt: Karla x Hanes / …