Fall Streetwear

My first official fall look of 2019! I talked a little bit about the up and coming designer Kimberly Taylor in my “Little Slip Dress” post. This cropped sweatshirt is another one of her pieces that makes for a great transitional top that can be taken from a casual look to a dressy one. It can be worn as a set with the matching Zuri Legging to keep things comfy but stylish. The fabric of this drawstring sweatshirt (and the leggings which I also own) is soft and thick which are nice and comfortable.

Top: Kimberly Taylor Drawstring Sweatshirt
Skirt: Étoile Isabel Marant (similar here and here)

By pairing the nude top with a gray patch toned denim skirt and ivory knee high boots, the look strikes with a neutral palette. Neutral colors look great year round, and make for the perfect fall outfit. Using different shades of denim in the patchwork and the zipper detail adds texture to the skirt making the whole look unique.

Boots: Jimmy Choo
Sunnies: Cartier (similar here)

It’s no secret the 90s have made a comeback in fashion and I’m here for it! These Jimmy Choo boots bring that nostalgic 90s, Pretty Woman vibe with the wider shaft and slouched leather around the ankles. Jimmy Choo is definitely one of the more comfortable designer shoes out there and these boots are no exception. These boots were definitely made for walking with a 85mm heel giving you just enough lift while maintaining comfort.

Now for the details which can elevate any outfit. Considering a sweatshirt and denim skirt are pretty casual pieces within themselves, this B-Low the Belt belt elevated this whole look with the gold and sparkle.

To top off the look with some femininity, my bag of choice was this Louis Vuitton iconic Petite Boite Chapeau bag. True to Louis Vuitton’s heritage as a trunk maker, this little “hatbox” bag carries the legendary brand’s history into everyday wear down to the detail of the luggage tag.

Hope you enjoyed my first official fall post! What are you excited to wear this fall?

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