This season I have been all about wearing more of things that I always been on the fence about and just enjoying myself. Hat's are something that I always enjoyed from a distance. I would buy them and not wear them, or just forgo them all together. That all changed when I saw this hat. I love a good fedora, but this panama hat really caught my eye. I like panama's because you get the look of a fedora, but the brim is wider like a floppy just more structured. Since I am all about color, I went with red, but it does come in black and grey.
My go to staple for fall is a turtleneck. When the temps drop, I love to throw one on with a skirt or underneath one of my favorite dresses. I was browsing Banana Republic, and I found this great striped one for $20! Striped tops are effortlessly chic and so Parisian. I'm wearing a XL, and it's pretty stretchy. I definitely want to get this top in more colors while the price is low for their F&F sale.
Denim is a weakness of mines, so I am always up to try new brands or fits. My new favorite jeans are from Melissa McCarthy Seven7 collection. These are a fun update to the classic skinny jean. They have a seam down the middle and an ankle zip. These have 1% stretch and the rinse is a great color that goes with everything. The jeans are mid-rise and are definitely team thick thigh and big booty friendly. Great fit, perfect stretch without stretching out, and currently on sale- definite recommend!
As a full blown Eloquii addict, whenever they drop new collections, I'm all over it. When they dropped this moto earlier in the Fall, it was a must have. I love the flower detail, and the studs along the lapel. I must admit, this season I have found a good deal of great moto's that I have been wearing in rotation, and this is one of them. I like little details that gives a piece something different and extra. If you love moto's, give the Applique Moto a try. You will not be disappointed.
Do you have any favorites that has little details that just make it so much more special? Let me know in the comments. Muah!!