The List | No.04

4 October

One of the best things about shopping this season is the bold accessories to make your basic layers come to life. Textures and neutral hues are perfect building blocks for creating a versatile F/W wardrobe, so I’ve put together a few things I’m loving. I have been on the hunt for a thick black belt to wear with silk tanks and high waisted jeans, teamed with a plaid blazer coat. I found sooo many good ones at Shopbop, all really unique with their metal furnishings. I want to find something simple and sleek (like the one above) and then another that has a little more edge to it.

I just got these boots in the mail yesterday and slipped them on just in time for an event and am utterly obsessed! They are so soft and beautiful (weather guard spray was the first to come face to face) and incredibly comfortable. I’ve always been a big fan of M.Gemi. Beyond the touch and comfort, they are the chicest and most flattering shape. Couldn’t recommend them more if you’re in need of a suede fall bootie– they come in a handful of other colors as well.

I’m also on the hunt for camel suede slides or flats. Surprisingly enough, I have none! I love Maryam Nassir Zadeh– she has such an eye for timeless and versatile shoes (a whole bunch of examples here). A few other things to note: I had to get my hands on Lucy’s new Roman jewelry collection! I’ve been following Lucy for many, many years now and am so happy to see her doing such amazing things right now. She’s killing it, so had to support her (and buy myself a present, obvs). I went with this one! And lastly, I am craving all of the tortoise and patent leather things right now. Fall accessories are by far the most fun. Don’t you think? x

Shop The Post

1. Maryam Nassir Zadeh Camel Pumps 2. Lucy Williams x Missoma Coin Necklace 3. Elizabeth & James Tortoise Sunglasses (more tortoise options here) 4. W.Kleinberg Black Belt 5. H&M Wool Blend Blazer 6. M. Gemi Suede Booties 7. Rachel Comey Tortoise Earrings 8. Maryam Nassir Zadeh Patent Leather Handbag (a few more MNZ things)