Hat Attack: Fedoras

LA can be chastised for lacking seasons but I love to transition from summer to fall to winter with my hats.

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Fall Favorite Combo: Skirts & Sweaters

Skirts paired with a sweater, or better yet a turtleneck, just shout fall to me. The whisper of winter is on its way, but while the sun still feels relatively warm, we can still wear a chunky knit paired with a long skirt and no tights. To me, the recipe for a perfect Thanksgiving look is an oversized sweater + silky skirt + sensible shoe (low-mid heeled boot or mule / flat). It feels country and mature and down to earth.
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Chain Gang

We’ve been on the delicate necklace bandwagon for quite some time now and just recently decided to hop off. We’re not abandoning the ride completely, but rather, trying on some new models for size. Literally. Lately, we’ve been balancing a flat herringbone chain we found on Amazon with larger links from places like ASOS and Bauble Bar.
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Retail Therapy for ALL

I think we are all looking for some retail distraction right now. We’ve certainly been on a mission to soothe ourselves with our searches. Needless to say, it gives us such immense pleasure when we sleuth out a super great designer “imposter.” Here are some of our most recent discoveries!
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LOOK FOR LESS: Amazon Edition

I never thought I would be saying this, but shopping for clothes on Amazon is my new secret weapon. There are tons of great basics and dupes to discover and the prices are obviously on point. I was able to get this entire apple-picking appropriate look and some of the items are $20 and under! No lie! I did the sleuthing so you don’t have to! Here’s my list!
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Show me your Flare

We’ve been mom jean-ing for a few seasons now and I am feeling like it’s time for some FLARE again. Flares originated in the 60s / 70’s, took flight in the 80s, and definitely made an appearance in the early aughts. Those early decades all featured the high-waisted flare (which I personally prefer), while the early 00s specialized in the low-waisted style which feels a little passé. I recently pulled out my flare jeans and was reminded how much they elongate the leg and look great with a heel.
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Seasons Change

Los Angeles is a relatively seasonless environment— it gets kinda chilly and rainy in the winter, but by in large, it’s typically sunny and dry. It’s truly nothing to complain about. The seasons here are more like pilot and awards (entertainment industry joke, LOL) but in reality, they are more like dry, drier, and driest. The stretch between September and October is usually really hot and is known for being fire-prone and bone dry.
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