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As we look to fall and all it has to bring (cooler temps, especially), I keep coming back to the ease of these See By Chloé suede boots.

Utility meets retro chic, this slouchy style crafted from velvety camel suede is finished with a patterned lace-up tie. The chunky heel brings comfort, while making the casual pairings ongoing — from dress to button down and skinnies to sweater and cropped flares to tee and skirt.

A great addition to your wardrobe!

Available at Net-a-Porter

Pleats are here for another season.

While I love the leather take on the pleated skirt, I am school-girl giddy for this cotton twill number. Balenciaga puts an edgy twist on what we know of the pleated skirt. This one — army green, thigh-skimming and crafted from a firm cotton twill for a structured look.

So many fantastic outfits just waiting to be created around this skirt.

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Stop.

Seriously, I can't go on. Without these, that is.

The Clarita bow-embellished burgundy velvet sandal by Alexandre Birman is timelessly stunning. Wear with jeans, formal attire and everything in between. Hello!

 

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Available at Net-a-Porter

Glorious flowy prints!

It's where my head is and what my body wants to wear.

This may be the only thing that excites me about summer. There are so many beautiful options, in various styles and hem lengths. Looking at these just makes me happy. 

The advantage to wearing a bold print like one of these is the minimal accessories that wrap around it. In fact, depending on location, you might even go barefoot!

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The temperatures are heating up! Time for a pedicure and a new pair of sandals.

These handmade beauties by Ancient Greek Sandals feature a gorgeous tobacco colored suede with leather ties. The Alcyone is touted for its fit and finish. And the price is unbeatable!

Oh the endless outfit pairings these conjure up.

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