Capes For Fall

I wrote about capes last fall, but I’m seeing them everywhere again this year. They’re such a great transitional piece! I’m loving the Rachel Zoe cape below and this one from J.Crew, but may grab one of the cheaper Asos ones for now. Will you be wearing a cape this fall?

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Navajo Inspired

Last week, I was tweeting about Navajo inspired fashion with Grace from Stripes and Sequins and Dianna over at the Budget Babe – we all agree, Navajo is everywhere – and I love it! Erin at Elements of Style, Jamie at I Suwannee, and even everyone at RUE and FabSugar are on board! Colorful and . . . → Read More: Navajo Inspired

The Cape

Images via Patterson Maker, Fashion Pills, Unknown

“Sherlock Holmes wore one, as did Queen Victoria; since then, there’s been Jackie O. and Blair Waldorf. Capes have made a handful of iconic appearances throughout fashion history, and this winter is one of them. Collections as diverse as Alexander Wang and Chloé showed winter-ready . . . → Read More: The Cape

English Country Escape

Even though I haven’t been in DC much this summer, for some reason, I’m wishing I could run away to some relaxing, cozy retreat.  This English country house hotel looks amazing.  Thankfully, countryside glamour is a major trend this fall – so even though I can’t actually get away, I can still dress the part.  Think capes, . . . → Read More: English Country Escape


If you live in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Germany or the UK, you can now shop from Zara online.  The rest of us still have to venture to their stores.  I checked out the new site regardless, and am now more determined than ever, to save up and shop in store.  These fall pieces are . . . → Read More: Zara