Stealing It: 5 Fab Fall Accessories



We’re rejoicing over Dallas’ recent cooler temps – aren’t you? To celebrate this new fall feel, today we present an accessories report ideal for both your wardrobe and your wallet. Below, we’ll reveal where you can steal a covetable bag, baroque belt, and more, for under $100.




The Trend: Polished Python

Spotted on the runway at Thakoon and Michael Kors, this trend pairs with all things fall. Dress up your distressed denim or add rich hues to your favorite LBD with BCBGeneration’s “Amelia” clutch.


Pricetag: $50.99, Macy’s






The Trend: Natural Instincts

In the style of Dries Van Noten and Fendi, match your neutrals and textured knits with NEST’s rough horn bangles. This arm candy lends gypset appeal to fall layers.


Pricetag: $80, The Shak at Stanley Korshak







The Trend: Going Green

Verdant shades are trending in a big way this season. Topshop for Nordstrom’s “Lime Leopard” scarf plays to the theme and plays well with your everyday basics.


Pricetag: $36, Nordstrom







The Trend: Bold Color

Designers including Celine and Isabel Marant showed this trend on the catwalk. We love the thought of pairing HUE’s bright corduroy leggings with a boyfriend blazer and booties for an ideal transitional look.


Pricetag: $39, Dillard’s






The Trend: Roughly Baroque

Finally, accent just about any outfit with a baroque-style belt for a look both tough and luxe. Choose chain link, studded, or animal print, as you please.


Pricetag: $29.90 – $39.90, Zara





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Abby Gregory

Working as a fashion writer has always been Abby Gregory’s dream. It’s also the perfect way to justify her love of shopping, her vintage obsession, and the scandalous amount of time she spends choosing an outfit. In addition to covering all things stylish for clients including NBC DFW and PinkMemo, Abby pens her own blog, Wish For It, featuring haute finds under $100. In her fantasy future, Abby would like to meet Dolly Parton, live in the same town as her little sister, and own a boutique stocked with the amazing things she’s snagged at Goodwill.

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