I have been in New York for the past week, and I’m definitely feeling Fall vibes with this cooler weather. I’ve heard you’ve had some cooler weather in Texas too so I don’t feel so bad 😉 This sleeveless sweater from Worth New York is one of my favorite Fall purchases.
This sweater is super lightweight which is perfect for our warm to cool weather transition. The long length and the front slits give it an edgy feel, and I wanted to emphasize that by pairing it with my favorite distressed jeans from Citizens of Humanity.
I pulled the grey and black tones together with the perfect envelope clutch also by Worth. It is made of embossed ostrich leather and can be worn as either a clutch or a cross body which makes it easy to transition from day to night. My shoes matched the edgy vibe of the rest of the outfit. I found these Alexander Wang pointed toe mules on sale at Saks a few seasons ago, but the mule trend remains. I found a similar style by Via Spiga at Nordstrom.
The only pop of color I added to this look was in my sunglasses. I love adding interest to a minimal look through my accessories. You can also add some color or print to this look by adding a scarf. The burgundy (or Marsala as called by Pantone) color of my sunglasses is very popular for Fall. In fact, it is the color of the year. Read this article by Refinery 29 for more ideas on how to wear this gorgeous color.
If you’re not familiar with the Worth New York brand, you should be. The idea behind the company is to make luxury shopping more personal by selling the line through stylists within your community. Who doesn’t love the idea of a one-on-one shopping experience?
Click here to read more about the company and view their Fall collection. If you are interested in ordering any of the Worth pieces I wore in this post please contact Michelle Fredricks at (713) 254-3733 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay tuned for more looks I styled from the Worth Fall collection!!
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Photography by Hayley Jackson