Blair Eadie & Katie Sturino
WILD THING: THE ARIELLE DRESS
1. Don't be afraid to mix patterns, prints and textures. I am loving the way this silk leopard dress plays off of this metallic tweed blazer.
2. Statement stacks are back—and the neckline of this dress is begging for a collar or statement pendant…or better yet both.
3. Leopard is practically a neutral so go ahead and add a pop color by layering this piece with the Louisa jacket or the Miller.
There are several ways to wear leopard…you can make it the star or treat it as a neutral. Sometimes you want to wear leopard head-to-toe and I encourage you to embrace that, dear reader. Toss on leopard accessories to match, too! Just be sure to add one pop of color somewhere.
Eadie, left, wearing the Arielle dress and Alger dickey jacket; Sturino in the Arielle dress and Jerry dickey jacket
THINK PINK (BLAZERS): THE STEELE DICKEY JACKET
Just because it's fall doesn’t mean you have to tone down the color stories in your closet. A pink blazer should be styled with camel (like the Cormac pants), white, or my favorite… more pink! It is an easy way to bring bright vibes to fall.
1. I am all about an interesting, unexpected color combination so I paired this blush blazer back to a deep emerald dress.
2. Blazers aren't just for the office—dress them down with denim and don't be afraid to dress them up… like I did with this silk ruched dress.
3. More is more when it comes to accessorizing so don't be afraid to mix and match. I am loving the traditionally conservative pearls worn with a funky feather bag to make the look feel more modern.
Sturino, left, wearing the Nicky top, Steele dickey jacket and Cormac pants; Eadie in the Kendall dress and Steele dickey jacket
CARGO LOVE: THE BEVERLY HIGH-RISE CARGO FLARE
1. These high-rise cargo jeans fit like a dream, so show off the waistline with a fitted top and a blazer that nips in at the waist.
2. To really elongate your body, wear these jeans with heels and a slimming turtleneck.
3. Stripes go with everything—especially plaids, tweeds and houndstooth. The more pattern play, the better.
I have yet to find a denim company that makes high-waisted jeans the way that Veronica beard does. My favorite way to wear them is with a shirt tucked in and a blazer over it!
Sturino, left, wearing the Audrey turtleneck, Anita jacket and Beverly high-rise cargo flare; Eadie in the Cedar turtleneck, Leon dickey jacket and Beverly high-rise cargo flare