Conquer your casual style this Fall

by | Nov 1, 2018 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

Fall is my favorite season here in NYC!

I just got back from sunny San Diego where the 70 degree weather is a bit like groundhog day (no complaints) but let’s be honest, apple cider and pumpkin spice lattes just don’t quite mix with the California weather. 

Something about the crisp air here on the east coast, not only do I love this kind of weather but because I also love helping my clients update their Fall wardrobes.

And with office dress codes becoming more lax these days, my clients are wanting to add more versatile and stylish casual items into their work week rotation. So, I’m sharing a few Fall items I recommend adding to your closet this season.

#1: The 5 Pocket Pant

These are great to wear in place of your basic chino pants. The 5 pocket has the same look of a jean but the fabric is much softer than denim, usually in a brushed twill so they look dressy enough to wear to work.

#2: The Cardigan Sweater

Swap out your v-neck sweater for a cardigan style. This is a versatile layering piece you can dress up with a button down for the office or style it “a la Ryan Reynolds” over a white t-shirt on the weekend.

#3: The Chukka Boot

Also called the desert boot, this is the most versatile shoe you can add to your wardrobe. Dress them up or down, these go with pretty much everything in your closet.


#4: The Field Jacket

No more boxy car coats this season. The field jacket looks way more stylish and it’s even versatile enough to wear over your suit or blazer to the office.

#5: Bordeaux

From pants to sweaters to jackets, Bordeaux is the color of the season. Match it with blues, blacks, browns, and grays to give a bit of pop to your Fall wardrobe.

Are you ready to conquer your casual style this Fall season? 

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Your Style Wing Woman,



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