2017 Fall Fashion Trends

Hello friend! With fall almost here, it’s time to start thinking about the 2017 fall fashion trends and deciding which ones we’ll participate in. I have looked through countless magazines and websites to pull together what I think will be the most interesting trends this season. But first, if you’re not quite ready for fall, check out my post on summer to fall transition.

As with every new season, I will rely on pieces already in my wardrobe, along with some updates from new purchases. Therefore I will be including photos from previous seasons. Please excuse the lower quality photos as some were taken before my blogging days!

2017 Fall Fashion Trends: Fun Trim

Whether it be feathers, fur or fringe, a fun trim is definitely on call for 2017 fall fashion trends. I definitely plan on getting aboard this trend. That’s because I have always had a fondness for feathers (at one time I even wanted a feather tattoo)! I think feather trim will be a more painless option! Until I find such skirt, I will wear my Banana Republic fringe skirt (I linked a few comparable ones below, you’re welcome!).

Fall 2017 fashion trends fringe
Add some fun this holiday season with a fringy skirt!

 

2017 Fall Fashion Trends: Shimmer and Shine

From patent leather to sequins, the 2017 fall fashion trends are calling for some high shine items! Polished metallics and glossy coated items were big too. Also essential this season: glitter! Whether in shoes or other items, a little sprinkle of glitter is on point. I will participate by wearing my silver pumps and perhaps adding a sequined skirt to my collection.

2017 Fall Fashion Trends: Florals

While not commonly a fall trend, florals are going to be big this fall! I can proudly say I was ahead of the curve with this one. I actually wore fall florals (and blogged about it) last year. Therefore I can easily participate in the trend again this year!

 

2017 Fall Fashion Trends: Red

Well this girl is certainly happy to see red as the color for fall. I’ve always loved red. Probably because as a teen I wanted to be “The lady in red” from that ubiquitous love song! Therefore, I will certainly be donning red this fall. While the runways showed a bunch of head to toe red outfits, you can certainly start with just a splash!

This may be the perfect season to bring back my red leather trench coat. It’s one of my “museum” pieces (more to come on that soon)! It’s such a statement piece that I had retired it for a few years. But with red being so big this fall, I may have to resurface that piece. You can try a bold red coat as well. Or why not try the “it” shoes in red? I’ve linked a few options for you below!

2017 Fall Fashion Trends: Retro Plaid

Plaid is certainly a common fall print, so I’m not surprised to see it here. According to some insiders, the difference this season is that the plaid is more retro (think 70s style: with browns and oranges). Because I have always loved plaid, I am eager to try this trend as well. I plan on finding (within my closet and at the stores) some of the more classic plaid.

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2017 Fall Fashion Trends: Corduroy

Another one of the 2017 fall fashion trends that I am not surprised about is corduroy. Similar to plaid, corduroy seems to come around every fall. This is another trend I can easily follow. I already own a beautiful mustard yellow corduroy skirt from Anthropologie. I have worn it multiple times in the past and I am sure to wear it again this fall.

Mint and mustard outfit with anthropologie corduroy skirt demonstrating 2017 fall fashion trends

I’m also eyeing this gorgeous corduroy top. I think it will be just the item to add to my 2017 fall fashion trends list.

 

I have to admit that the 2017 fall fashion trends has got me excited for the cooler weather ahead. Which one of these trends are your favorites so far? And just in case you thought that’s all I had to offer, you’re wrong! Stay tuned for part II of my 2017 fall fashion trends. There are more exciting things to come!

Try This: Velvet Crush

Hello friend! With velvet on trend, I have been investing in a few key pieces. I adore velvet. The texture is rich and alluring. But some may find it old and stuffy. Let me assure you, it is neither old or stuffy if you wear it the right way. Here are my four fun and easy ways to wear velvet.

Understated Black Velvet Jeans

Wearing black velvet jeans is a subtle way of wearing the trend. First of all, it looks like jeans. Only when you get close up does it look like velvet. Second, it’s black. Black always looks more neutral and blend-able than other colors, this is especially true when it comes to velvet.

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Here I paired the pants with a pretty sweater from Club Monaco. The chiffon panels on the back add feminine and whimsical details to the outfit.

Polished whimsy in velvet jeans

Unfortunately my sweater is from a few seasons past, but I found and linked a few that are similar below:

Take it to the Accessories

If wearing an item of clothing in velvet is too much for you, then just stick to a pair of shoes or a bag! Both are equally cute and can make the statement without you having to wear it on your body. A perfect example is this look from my leather leggings post.

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I was lucky and was able to purchase these amazing block heel velvet shoes before they sold out. So unfortunately, I cannot link the exact same pair. But through the power of the internet, I have found a few similar options, many on sale!

If velvet shoes aren’t your style, there are also many options in purses:

Say it with Your Jewelry

For an even more subtle look, simply choose to feature the fabric in a fabulous piece of jewelry. A velvet choker may be all you need to add some drama to your look.

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I decided to be daring and get mine in a jewel tone. But you can keep it simple and wear black if you’d prefer. The choice is yours! Here is a round-up of pretty options.

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Maximize the Effect

For the non-shy among us, we can go all out and wear an entire item of clothing in the fabric. Even more effective is to choose something non-black. I decided to go with this gorgeous gray pleated skirt.

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I paired the skirt with muted shades of blush and mauve. The result is a perfect winter palette, all united by the floral scarf. For my accessories, I chose to coordinate with the color scheme by adding a pair of gray tassel earrings.

Polished whimsy in gray velvet skirt Polished whimsy in gray velvet skirt and baublebar mini falcon drop earrings

If you were shy or ambivalent about wearing velvet, I hope this post helps you see how easily you can incorporate it into your wardrobe. Whether you are a new convert or a long-time fan, let me know how you will be wearing velvet.

Pattern Primer: Fall Florals and Leopard Print

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One of the most exciting things about starting a blog has been the opportunity to thoroughly explain my outfits and ideas. Another of the positives has been getting feedback and suggestions from you guys. On my last pattern primer post, Delilah asked me to try a post with fall florals and leopard print. I was excited to try this challenge, so here we go.

One of the easiest ways to make a fall florals and leopard print outfit is to use accessories. Here I added a leopard print belt to a mustard floral print dress.

Loft fall florals and leopard print

Another option is to incorporate a leopard print scarf into a fall florals outfit. Here I added the scarf to this lively green floral print skirt. The outfit as a whole “works” because there are similar colors in all of the pieces. Furthermore, both printed pieces are warm-toned, thus further unifying the outfit.

Anthropologie fall florals and leopar print

My third example of fall florals and leopard print is this outfit I wore recently. For this look, I incorporated the leopard print into a shoe. This look is one of the easiest for novice pattern mixers to try. Therefore if you’re looking for a place to start, this is your outfit!

Fall florals and leopard print

In addition to shoes, I placed leopard print in my purse to achieve this next look. This one has the added bonus of a triple pattern mix.

Fall florals and leopard print

fall florals and leopard print with anthropologie skirt

Because I was using mostly accessories for my second print, I decided to be bold and actually try the look with two clothing pieces. I paired this bright orange floral print skirt with a leopard print cardigan. While it is not a pairing anyone would turn to right away, the outfit still works. That’s because the tones are both the same (warm) and the colors are complementary. Furthermore, the prints are of different scales. This allows for each item to stand out on its own.

fall florals and leopard print anthropologie floral print skirt and leopard print cards

Lastly, I wanted to attempt a fall florals and leopard print outfit with cool tones. To do so is still quite easy. You can use snow leopard, which has cooler tones than traditional leopard print. Paired with the purples of this dress, the snow leopard makes a perfect pattern mix.

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Which of these were your favorite? Let me know if you try a fall florals and leopard print outfit.

If you’d like to shop any of these looks, just click on the available products listed below.

Color Crush: Mustard Yellow and Red

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If you read my last post on why I participate in style challenges, you’d already know that I am often getting color combination inspirations from them. One such combination is mustard yellow and red. Prior to seeing that challenge prompt, I had never paired those two colors together. But because I enjoy trying new color combinations, I knew I had to try that one as well. I created one outfit and I loved how it turned out. Therefore, I set out to create a few more and to showcase them here for you. I hope you like these bright and eye-catching mustard yellow and red outfits just as much as I do.

mustard yellow and red outfit

The first look I wore was this one for the actual challenge prompt. I had purchased this beautiful mustard yellow and black floral top recently. Although I hand’t planned on wearing it with red, I decided to try the color combination out.

mustard yellow and red target and j crew outfit

It worked out beautifully. The colors popped against each other and made the outfit very eye-catching. For the accessories, I kept everything neutral in cognac and leopard.

mustard yellow target top and red j crew skirt

Because I liked the result of the first outfit so much, I decided to try other outfits with mustard yellow and red color combination. The next one was pretty much just a flip flop of the previous outfit, so I had a hunch it would work.

Target carwash skirt with mustard yellow and red

The color combination came through for me again. More importantly, I got to wear this pretty car wash skirt. In addition to the beautiful color, the skirt has a great cut and shape. You must see how pretty it is in motion. I tried to capture it below:
Target car wash skirt outfit in mustard yellow and red

After the success of those two outfits, I decided to try something more adventurous. This time I chose two bold patterns which incorporated mustard yellow and red colors.

Pattern mixing red jcrew plai with floral anthropologie skirt, demonstrating mustard yellow and red color combination

I paired this red plaid shirt with a blue floral skirt. I added a pair of mustard shoes in addition to the mustard floral in the skirt.

floral skirt with mustard yellow and red print

Finally, for the last outfit, I turned to my mustard yellow Loft dress. This time, I wanted to play with proportions of the color palette. Therefore, I opted to just use a pop of red in the shoes.

 

Loft mustard yellow dress with red Kate Spade shoes

In contrast to the sweet floral print on the dress, the leopard print on the belt adds a bit of wild. I chose soft neutral jewelry to complement the outfit rather than distract from it. These neutral earrings and bracelet add the perfect finishing touches.

Loft mustard yellow dress with leopard print belt

I hope you enjoyed reading this post just as much as I enjoyed writing it.  Moreover, I hope you are as convinced as I am that this color combination is a must. But most of all, I truly hope you attempt to wear this color palette. If you do, please tag me on Instagram so I can see the fabulous outfit you put together.

Furthermore, for those interested in purchasing some of the items in this post, I have linked all available items below.

Color Crush: Burgundy and Blush

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As I started to put away my summer clothes in exchange for my fall items, I realized there were some pieces I didn’t want to entomb for the colder months. Most important of these were my blush toned items. While the softer pastel tones of the items called for warm weather, I knew I could make it fall appropriate. Thus I set about pairing it with more traditional autumnal colors. Once I paired it with burgundy, it was a match made in heaven. So let me share my ways to make burgundy and blush work for you this season.

burgundy and blush fall outfit

For the first outfit, I went for a simple color-blocked look with this lovely Charming Charlie blouse. The colors play off of each other perfectly. I chose nude pumps so not to detract from the beautiful colors.
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Another option is to incorporate burgundy in a print. This is demonstrated in the floral kimono below. While there are many colors in the kimono, the predominant one is burgundy. Because the item is so large, I chose to add multiple bits of blush to break up the large expanse of burgundy.

burgundy and blush with a fall florals kimono

For a fun casual look, I paired my blush leather jacket with a lace burgundy shirt.

burgundy and blush in a leather and lace outfit

As I’ve said before, I like to add interest to the outfit by bringing in multiple textures. That applies here too with the mix of leather, denim and lace.

burgundy and blush with lace and leather

The fun doesn’t have to stop with the clothes. You can use the color palette in your accessories as well. Therefore, try pairing a beautiful blush tone statement earring with a burgundy top. Furthermore, the femininity of this particular earring is a nice contrast to the innate masculinity of a plaid shirt.

burgundy and blush with plaid shirt and baublebar primrose soft floral drops earrings

Another option is to pair a burgundy scarf with a blush tee. This is also an opportunity to bring in a print as I did with this polka dot scarf.

burgundy and blush with a square polka dot scarf and lace tee

Finally, your accessories can achieve the burgundy and blush combination on their own. This concept is perfectly illustrated below with the blush bag and shoes. While the larger pieces are blush, the small burgundy scarf tied around the purse’s strap results in a perfect contrast.

burgundy and blush accessories

Following the examples above, I hope burgundy and blush will become a go-to color combination for you.

Available products from this post are linked below for your shopping pleasure!

Pattern Primer: Triple Pattern Mix

Hello friend! If you’ve been following my style for a while, then you know I like to pattern mix. Whether it is plaid, floral or stripes, I am always itching to pair it with another print. While it was daunting at first, now I feel like I have mastered it (see my Pattern Mixing 101 post). But now comes another challenge: mixing three prints in one outfit! How do you achieve a cohesive triple pattern mix? Let me show you the way!

Triple Pattern Mix With Unifying Color Palette

First of all, choose a unifying color palette. That way, even if the patterns are different, the similar colors makes the outfit look intentional. One of my favorite examples of this is the outfit below. It is a mix of red, white and blue.

Everyday styple blogger polished whimsy wears a triple pattern mix outfit with gingham stripes and floral print

 

The shirt has white and blue. The skirt has red and blue. But because the shoe has red, white and blue, the entire outfit feels aligned. Having all three colors in each piece would be too redundant, but having one palette which all the pieces contribute to, makes it visually appealing.

Everyday style blogger polished whimsy wears a triple pattern mix outfit with gingham stripes and floral print

 

Stick With One Main Color

Alternatively, you can take the outfit look cohesive by sticking with just one color. Here, I have paired two gingham prints (of different sizes) in tones of blue. While it is a bold pattern mix, the outfit looks unified because of the same color scheme. To complete the theme, you could have easily worn a blue patterned shoe. But because I do enjoy mixing up color as well as pattern, I chose a leopard print.

Everyday style blogger polished whimsy wears a triple pattern mix outfit with gingham plaid and leopard print

 

For this outfit, I chose to add the third print in the shoes, but you can do otherwise. As I have said before, changing up my outfits constantly is how I keep my closet fresh and interesting. The next time I wear this outfit, I will likely wear it with a leopard print belt. The following time, I can move the leopard print to the bag. See how fun it can be?

Triple pattern mix with gingham check and leopard print

Choose Your Triple Pattern Mix Focus

Another way to achieve a good triple pattern mix outfit is to pick a focus print/piece. Then use the other prints to complement and support it (kind of like a lead actor and the supporting actors)! To illustrate that theme, see this look below. I chose a bold green floral skirt as my focus piece. I then supported the look with two neutral toned prints, a polka dot and a leopard print. Since the supporting prints are both neutral, they blend in nicely with the colors of the skirt.

Everyday style blogger polished whimsy wears a triple pattern mix outfit with green floral Anthropologie midi skirt neutral polka dot shirt and leopard print heels

 

Remember to keep the supporting prints a smaller scale than your lead print. Otherwise, you will achieve a very different look, one that may draw a lot of questions!

Everyday style blogger polished whimsy wears a triple pattern mix outfit with green floral Anthropologie midi skirt neutral polka dot shirt and leopard print heels

I hope you found this post educational and inspirational. Moreover, I hope you will try your hand at a triple pattern mix. It is truly an exceptional look.

Some of the items from this post are still available for purchase, so I have linked them below (including some fun alternatives). As always, remember to first go through your closet and remix what you have!

One Item Four Ways: Floral Bomber Jacket

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You may recall my last one item four ways post where I styled this target dress seven different ways. Well, I loved that print so much, I purchased it in the bomber jacket as well. Because bomber jackets are new to my wardrobe and style, I challenged myself to style it four ways. I am determined to make this floral bomber jacket appropriate for both work and play.

floral bomber jacket with a graphic tee

The first way I styled the jacket is a simple, casual look. A graphic tee and boyfriend jeans make for a perfect casual vibe. In addition to those items, I accessorized with the ubiquitous choker trend to add some extra sass to the outfit.

Target floral bomber jacket with graphic tee and jeans

For my next styling, I made the floral bomber jacket more work appropriate by pairing it with a preppy striped skirt. I also wanted some more color, so I added a pink lace shirt. In addition to the color, the shirt added texture and interest to the look. While this outfit is a bit more adventurous than the others, the neutral tones in the skirt paired with the coordinating colors of the shirt and jacket truly make it work.

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I also wanted to try the bomber with a textured skirt. Because I have been loving pairing lace skirts with just about everything, I brought it out for this look too! I kept the color scheme neutral here so as not to have too much competition. Consequently, by keeping the colors neutral and in similar tones to the jacket, this casual floral bomber jacket can easily be paired with a dressier lace skirt.

Halogen lace skirt with target floral bomber floral bomber jacket and choker

For the last outfit, I chose a date night look. I paired the jacket with tight black skinnies, a lace tee and heels. This is definitely a racier look, but another one that certainly works.

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While I loved all four looks, my mind would not stop creating more. In the future, I would like to try this jacket with a striped turtleneck as well as a tulle skirt. Maybe both together even!

Do you have any other ideas on how to wear a floral bomber jacket? Please let me know in the comments. Furthermore, if you would like to shop these looks, I have linked up the items below.

One Item Four Ways: Floral dress

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One of my recent purchases has been this gorgeous high low floral dress from the Who What Wear line at Target.

Target Who What Wear Women's Long Sleeve Crepe Dress with baublebar earrings and rebecca minkoff love bag

From the moment I saw it in the store, I knew it had to be mine. I waited a few days to purchase, following my personal “cooling off period” rule. But after those few days, I still *needed* it. So off I went to Target and quickly snapped it up. Within ten days of purchase, I had already worn the dress three times. That was my cue to write a one item four ways post.

Now you all know, I like separates. They are easy to mix and match, thus allowing me to alter my look constantly. In contrast, dresses are one piece; that makes them innately harder to style in different ways. Because of that reason, I challenged myself to try multiple looks with this floral dress. In addition to the four looks I needed for the post, I easily found three more. Therefore I believe I have disproved my assumption that dresses are harder to style.

For my first pairing, I chose a simple layered look for our warm early fall weather. I paired the dress with warm cognac hued sandals and a neutral cardigan. Then, I topped it all off with a similar tone belt.

Target Who What Wear Women's Long Sleeve Crepe Dress with cardigan, belt and sandals

For a casual evening out look, I changed out the sandals for a pair of booties. I also added a structured bag and a pair of statement earrings.

Target Who What Wear Women's Long Sleeve Crepe Dress with vince camuto booties

Target Who What Wear Women's Long Sleeve Crepe Dress with baublebar primrose drops earrings

Following those classic looks, I tried a boho look. To accomplish the bohemian vibe, I accessorized the dress with fringe booties and a floppy hat.

Target Who What Wear Women's Long Sleeve Crepe Dress with baublebar lariat choker Sam Edelman fringe booties and baublebar lariat choker

In addition, over-sized sunglasses and a black lariat choker complete the boho look.

Target Who What Wear Women's Long Sleeve Crepe Dress with baublebar lariat choker

Next I added some layers. Because I was confident vests would look good with the dress, I tried two looks. To start off safe, I tried a denim vest. It did not fail me! The resulting look was fun and carefree.

Target Who What Wear Women's Long Sleeve Crepe floral Dress with demin best

In contrast to the standard denim vest, for the next look, I pushed the envelope and chose a shearling lined faux suede vest. While the texture of the vest may seem at odds with the femininity of the floral dress, the contradiction adds interest and individuality to the outfit. This is definitely an edgier look, but one that, in my opinion, still works.

Target Who What Wear Women's Long Sleeve Crepe Dress with shearling vest

Following that bold pairing, for the next outfit I decided to juxtapose soft and hard by pairing the dress with a moto jacket. I chose my blush pink moto jacket because the color went well with the ones in the dress.

Target Who What Wear Women's Long Sleeve Crepe Dress with forever 21 leather moto jacket

For the last look, I wanted to transition the dress to winter. I have always loved pairing sweaters with dresses. It’s like getting a whole new item, a skirt! Therefore, I pulled out my chunky turtleneck sweater to wear with the dress. As predicted, it complemented the skirt perfectly. I also took a note from Target’s styling of a similar dress and paired my booties with thin socks.

Target Who What Wear Women's Long Sleeve Crepe Dress with turtleneck sweater, baublebar primrose earrings and rebecca minkoff jumbo love bag

Target Who What Wear Women's Long Sleeve Crepe Dress with turtleneck sweater and baublebar primrose earrings

I am so pleased with myself for putting together seven outfits with one floral dress. If you have any more suggestions or a favorite, please let me know in the comments! Furthermore, you can shop some of the items from this post with the links below!

Color Crush: Mustard and Mint

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Have you paired mustard and mint together? Although the colors may seem at odds with each other, they pair surprisingly well. The coolness of the mint tones down the warmth of the mustard. I initially wore this combination after seeing it on a few fashion friends on Instagram. I was intrigued and determined to make it work for me.

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Because the colors just didn’t seem to be a natural match, I did a bit of research on color theory. I found the color calculator and information on Sessions College for Professional Design easy to understand and very helpful. To summarize some of the rules, colors “go together” if they are opposite each other on the wheel, or evenly spaced out as a triangle.  As it turns out, I had inadvertently followed the “triadic” rule when I chose these outfits. I had paired mustard, mint and a red-violet (lipstick).

The first look consists of a gorgeous mustard floral dress paired simply with a mint cardigan. Cognac tone accessories round off the warm palette nicely.

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For the second look, I went with a bolder print in a mint floral skirt. I chose to do some pattern mixing (you know me, I can’t resist!) by adding a striped grey tank. Then the mustard cardigan topped it all off.

img_9393-1For the final look, which was also my first attempt at wearing mustard and mint two years ago, I paired my favorite mint green polka dot blouse with a mustard corduroy skirt.

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So what do you think? Did I prove the color theory triad to be correct?

Try This: Fall Kimono

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As we head into fall, I thought I had to put away my kimonos. This thought saddened me. I was enjoying wearing kimonos because they are a fun light layer. Then I discovered something at Target (of course!) Introducing the fall kimono!

A fall kimono is usually of darker color and may also be made of a more substantial fabric than its summer counterparts. I purchased the Floral Kimono Jacket Purple/Green.

Target Women's Floral Kimono Jacket Purple/Green - Merona™

From my summer kimono outfits (as seen in this post), I knew I could make this work appropriate. So I wore it right away to work paired with the J. Crew mixed stripe pencil skirt and a blush pink t-shirt. Can we have a moment of appreciation for this skirt?  The vertical striped panel on the sides is so flattering. All in all, the elements of this outfit make it a perfect fall transition look. It has some fall colors in it but is still light and airy enough to last through the late summer warmth.

Fall kimono with Target Women's Floral Kimono Jacket Purple/Green - Merona™ and J Crew mixed strip pencil skirt

As for jewelry, I chose the Baublebar Lariat choker for my standout piece. Since the neckline of the shirt was so plain, I wanted a necklace with layered interest. I could have also gone with a large ornate statement necklace, but I think the simplicity of the choker did not detract from the overall look. Furthermore, the lariat style helped to break up an otherwise large expanse of simple pink t-shirt.

Fall kimono with Target Women's Floral Kimono Jacket Purple/Green - Merona™ and J Crew mixed strip pencil skirt and ilymix sunglasses

Another fun element I added was the Double Crossbar Metal Pantos Aviator SunglassesIlymix kindly gifted me these glasses and I couldn’t be happier. I have been searching for trendy shades and this pair is perfect. I love the fun shape of the lenses as well as the bar across the top. They fit my face perfectly.

Fall kimono with Target Women's Floral Kimono Jacket Purple/Green - Merona™ and J Crew mixed strip pencil skirt and Baublebar Lariat choker

I chose the gold frame with silver mirror lenses. See how fun they are when they catch the light? I adore them! Note also another way to wear the choker: loosely draped instead of tied in a bow.

Fall kimono with Target Women's Floral Kimono Jacket Purple/Green - Merona™ and J Crew mixed strip pencil skirt with baublebar lariat choker and ilymix double crossbar metal pantos aviator sunglasses

Will you be wearing kimonos this fall? How do you plan on styling them? Let me know in the comments!