1. DvF Zoe Dress ($440) // 2. Mossimo Faux Leather Jacket ($45) // 3. Elizabeth and James Wayfarer Sunglasses ($155) // 4. House of Harlow Locket ($75) // 5. Tahari Chunky Link Bracelet ($45) // 6. Michael Kors Sutton Satchel ($328) // 7. Halogen Melissa T-Strap Pumps ($99)
Today’s look comes from Southern Curls and Pearls. It mixes an animal-print dress with a leather jacket and tan accessories for a chic, fall look. I especially like the t-strap pumps and the versatile satchel. Here’s how to steal the look.
One. This leopard dress from Diane von Furstenberg has a scattered print and a short-sleeve. The dress in the photo is a sleeveless frock from Finder Keepers with a printed panel in front and a black panel in the back. Need something under-$100? This Vince Camuto dress is fabulous.
Not feeling the leather? This fitted Topshop blazer is the perfect alternative.
Two. A leather or faux leather jacket is a great piece for fall/winter. I found mine on eBay, but there are several other great options available. This Mossimo jacket is a good choice if you’re looking for inexpensive, faux-leather. I also like this Topshop faux-leather jacket for $96.
Three. Tortoise sunglasses are a good alternative to my usual aviators. I purchased these Michael Kors sunglasses for the Jackie O look.
Four and Five. The blogger is wearing a lovely Julie Vos coin pendant (I also like this elephant one). I chose this less-expensive locket pendant from House of Harlow for versatile. I would probably wear my Stella and Dot Rebel pendant.
A chunky chain bracelet is a stylish staple piece. I like this one from T Tahari. This $17 number from Target is a great buy.
Six. This Sutton satchel is phenomenal. The separated pockets and the simple shape make it a must-have. Need something cheaper? This Steve Madden satchel is super chic, and I really like this under-$30 faux-leather crossbody from Forever21.
Seven. T-straps are back, and the details on these Halogen pumps are awesome. Need a shorter heel? These Adrienne Vittadini pumps are the perfect compromise between height and style.