Alternate in Autumn

In autumn sometimes it’s necessary to alternate your attire to accommodate the weather.

Rainy – wear a trench coat; colder, wear a warmer coat…

For this fall ensemble I paired a black pencil skirt – that’s been in my wardrobe forever, I got it in 2010, and love it because the outer fabric is a knit but yet it always retains its shape, is fully lined, and has a great low profile design – with a silk hunter green blouse that has also been a wardrobe staple for a long time. It’s my go-to during fall, especially for Thanksgiving (when we all get dressed up to be in the living room!).

Because the hunter green and black are such foundational neutral colors, they look great when paired with camel colors for a warmer palette, or when matched with all black for a more crisp and corporate appearance.

My camel coat was a new purchase last fall, and my black trench has been a wardrobe basic for several years now.

Adapting to autumn air (and precipitation) requires the ability to adjust your appearance artfully.

All my best,

Outfit Details – Skirt & Blouse: BCBGMAXAZRIA Sunglasses: Louis Vuitton  Necklace: Pearls Earrings: Pearls Bracelet:  David Yurman Ring: PERSONAL DESIGN (SUNFLOWER) CREATED BY: RONNY BARNEA –  JEWELRY ON 5TH Perfume: Black Saffron by Byredo
Outfit 1: Trench Coat: Burberry Shoes: Jimmy Choo Purse: Prada
Outfit 2: Coat: Brown Allen Shoes: Jimmy Choo Purse: Prada

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