A little late with this one, but aside from this look at NYFW – this one with a metallic striped dress and rose gold heels (serving us serious 70s vibes) was my favorite. The dress walks that fine line between being work appropriate but still totally fun – while the heels were basically made exclusively for dancing (through the streets or in Studio 54).
I love that florals have edged their way out of Spring and are now such a cornerstone of Fall fashion too. And I love them especially for Fall when they’re in dark hues like this two-tone ruffle dress.
^ That feeling when you’re both headed towards the weekend, arm in arm. We actually snapped these photos a couple weeks back when we were out at the lake house over Labor Day. There’s the cutest small town (Milton, PA) that we drive through and if there’s time, like to stop along our way. It was already feeling like Fall that particular morning and so we both were happy to have packed comfy denim, cozy button downs and soft knits (a striped tee for me and hoodie for him) – all from Old Navy.
Allow me to introduce you to my new power suit. This kind of 80’s/90’s inspired power dressing was all over the streets this year at NYFW and I’m kind of loving it. There’s just nothing like shoulder pads and sharp boots to make you feel like you’re going to kick ass at whatever you do that day.
A couple of weeks back, I joined up with the team at Maggy London to share my take on office dressing this Fall. I’m always looking for ways to make workwear feel a bit more fun, and with the help of their flattering, on-trend (but still office appropriate) dresses – it felt like such a cinch.
Below – I style 3 dresses for now, when the days are still warm, and later in the fall, when the weather’s cooler. Would love to know which is your favorite! See even more photos from our shoot here and a big thank you to the entire Maggy Londoncrew and @seanmaddenphoto who shot all of these photos.