Favorite fall must-haves: Runway Edition 2014


Show Stopper

Emanuel Ungaro (left), 3.1 Phillip Lim (right)

I loved so many looks this season and honestly…..I couldn’t decide what to share with you! After reviewing all the fall runway shows, I have chosen the top 5 pieces you need to update your fall wardrobe. As you can tell, there are many options to choose from in terms of style, fit, and cut. The bolder, more dramatic is my choice but you can go as subtle as a chunky sweater with leggings or a print skirt.

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Something Brown

Nina Ricci (left), Emilio Pucci (right)

Brown is THE neutral for fall! Find a great cardigan or a jacket for a reliable and easy-to-wear basic. For evening attire, you might want to choose a brown sequin dress, it’s an unexpected option that will attract attention.

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Loose Cut Ankle Pants

ADEAM (left), Les Copains (right)

I know you have embraced and finally gotten used to the tight skinnys but ladies, I’m telling you, these loose cut pants feel so good. You will notice you look polished, but feel comfortable. I already own 5 pairs!


Sophisticated Metallic

Blumarine (left), Les Copains (right)

Try metallic for the work place or for evening. It’s all about balance, if you feel that head to toe shine is too much for you, try pairing metallic pants with a  chunky sweater, a dark peplum knit top, or a tee and leather jacket.


Chunky Sweater

Chloe (left), Emilio Pucci (right)

Who doesn’t want to be wrapped in a soft chunky sweater? The rules of fashion are changing and that sweater you normally only paired with skinny jeans can now be paired over a skirt. Try it, you might just fall in love with this look!


Author: seattlestylist

Tannya is best known for her style expertise and personal shopping skills. She can easily combine textures, styles, and trends to produce an effortlessly pulled together look. Clients appreciate her ability to understand and interpret their creative vision yet stay true to her personal aesthetic.

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