Lilienthal Berlin watch
Sam Edelman boots
Getting dressed in the winter really sucks. Due to major temperature fluctuations, layer upon layer goes in planning my daily outfits. Hello November. Hiding in my closet are those coats, the coat, now the star of the season. Another hidden perk is collecting all my wool sweaters, hats, gloves, scarves, cashmere socks, and fuzzy boots from the cobwebs. Cool! And wearing the same turtlenecks from last season can be great, as long as they are not boring. Clothing will always excite me, but when its this cold, brrrr!, it’s a much harder task. With the upcoming holiday season, sequins, and all, the time is now to up your game. Luckily for you me and the collective us, there are many different non boring sweater options in the market. Consider this your guide to fall sweaters, a non-boring sweater report.
Finding non-boring sweaters
The main focus is the dirty combination of sweaters and jeans. The most boring and obvious, yet it’s the most comfortable combo there is. What do you look for in a head-to-toe combination? First of all, go with what looks and feels good on you. I found this v-neck delicate jumper with a ribbon tie way more playful than most ivory sweaters. Slouchy in just the right places, sexy in all the others.
Next look for a fun detail. An added bonus. Draped sleeves. Cool color combos. Vintage vibes. Whatever floats your boat, but do it like you love those Christmas sweaters.
Add playful accessories
Not only can you wear a cool sweater but now it’s time for the fun in fashion. Accessorize!
A statement watch
I recently teamed up with Lilienthal Berlin to showcase their new Urbania collection watches and I truly am in love. I customized my watch in a bright pretty red that adds a festive vibe to my dull wrist.
Add a leopard bootie
Another big trend for fall is the leopard boots. As much as I love wearing sneakers, give those kitten heels a try. In addition, they are so comfortable and especially for walking all over the city. Animal instinct, meow!
Here are some of my favorites.
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Photos: Bri Elledge