fall lust list


Here are a few things that are making us just a bit more excited about the changing of seasons…

0.) Longbourn by Jo Baker tells the story of the lives of the servants in Jane Austen’s Bennet household.  We were sold when we saw Austen. 1). Cambridge Satchel Co. These classic satchels are versatile, chic, and come in just about any color you could want.  Even better they’re each handmade and monogram-able.  3.)  J. Crew Jeweled Chandelier Sweatshirt  Sweatshirts are going to be an inevitable part of our fall wardrobe, so why not make them fabulous?  4.) Madewell Field Parka In a jacket like this the cold may not be so bad.  4.) J. Crew Factory Postage Stamp Mini / Pull & Bear Faux Leather Mini  With or without tights, statement minis are a happy break from wearing pants all winter.  5.) Neff Daily Beanie Keep warm in this super soft beanie that comes in an array of colors.  6.) Pok Pok Cookbook  Written by the author of the famed Portland restaurant, we can’t wait to try these Thai recipes at home.  7.) Madewell Stacked Heel Loafer  These classic, feminine menswear inspired flats will go with everything.  8.) Rebecca Minkoff Crossbody Craig Camera Bag  If it’s possible for a bag to make lugging a camera around exciting and not dread-worthy, then that bag must be purchased.  9.) Madewell Transport Tote  This bag manages to stand out and blend in at the same time- two perfect qualities in an everyday tote.  Big enough to haul everything around in, but basic enough not to be too bulky or heavy, and you can monogram it!  10.) Forever 21 Standout Faux Leather Booties No fall wardrobe is complete without some statement booties.  These are chic and affordable- does it get any better?

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