I've Lived in NYC, Paris, and L.A.—Here's Everything I'm Losing It Over for Fall

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I've Lived in NYC, Paris, and L.A.—Here's Everything I'm Losing It Over for Fall

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I’ve moved around a bit over the years, spending time living in NYC, Paris, and now my current home, L.A.  that have helped to shape my wardrobe as well as my general attitude about getting dressed. In NYC, I learned the art of layering. In Paris, I discovered the power of investing in high-quality staples. And in L.A., I mastered styling casual pieces in a directional way. You can see all of that play out in .

As we head into fall, I’m putting some of those fashion lessons into practice and allowing them to help guide my fall shopping list. From knee-high boots and investment bags to floss dresses and , there’s plenty I’m currently eyeing. Ahead, I’m diving into the pieces that I’m currently losing it over.

I love the idea of pairing loafers with white socks and jeans.

I have a feeling this vest will be selling out.

Dream bag.

I just love the floss straps.

I've been thinking about chunky knee-high since last year, which means it's time to add them to my cart.

I'm ready for a pajama upgrade.

Hands down my favorite sneakers at the moment. I already have them in black, but can you blame me for thinking about ordering this stunning forest-green pair as well?

Daydreaming about this Jacquemus jacket.

You can never go wrong with Nanushka.

The denim color and shape I want in my closet.

A fall trend I can't wait to wear.

I really love this coat.

Bring on the cable-knit sweaters.

I can't get enough of Nué's beautiful pieces.

To layer under blazers.

Just gonna stare at these.

Split-hem leggings are one of my favorite easy staples.

Spoiler alert: I just ordered this exact dress.

These are selling out fast.

I love this quilted take on the puffer jacket.

I have a few dressy events on my calendar, and this is the dream piece I would love to wear to them.

These look so cozy.

I can't resist great suiting, especially the oversize blazers that are everywhere at the moment.

The perfect dress to pair with knee-high boots.

A great pair of trousers.

So chic.

Another bag I'm thinking about investing in.

I can't stop thinking about these boots from the upcoming collection designed by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

The ultimate "going-out" top.

Cargo pants will be coming to my wardrobe soon.

Next: The New Fashion Finds I'm Obsessing Over Right Now

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The Evidence Is Clear: These 6 Shoe Trends Are Set for Fashion Stardom

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The Evidence Is Clear: These 6 Shoe Trends Are Set for Fashion Stardom

Gearing up for the inevitable cold weather is like preparing for battle—you've got to be well equipped. Arguably, one of the most important categories to be on the lookout for in the midst of a seasonal wardrobe refresh is shoes. From leg-warming boots to cozy flats, it's not an area you want to skip once fall and winter weather rears its ugly head. While the runways have provided plenty of interesting takes on which shoes to wear this season, we've noticed six big trends, in particular, we seemingly can't escape. 

Between our feeds and IRL encounters, these six shoe trends are primed for stardom (which, if you're in the market for new seasonal staples, is something you'll likely want to consider.) This grouping of rising styles includes everything from simple, pared-down flats à la The Row to statement-making animal prints that virtually go with everything. Keep reading below to check them all out and to get your fall footwear collection in order. 

If there's a shoe style you never have to think twice about, it's minimalist flats. This year, the styles we're noticing are more pared down and sleeker than ever, ditching flashy metal details in favor of simple silhouettes with sumptuous materials like supple suede and leather.

Tall boots have never been "out" per se, but they're making a comeback in a way we can't ignore. Just below the knee seems to be the sweet spot for a wearable boot that's both elegant and versatile. Another observation? Creamy, neutral shades of beige are IT for fashion folks.

The coziest of the bunch, shearling shoes are in for a big crescendo this fall. You can go easy with it, opting for shearling-lined sandals and mules (like our favorite Who What Wear pair below), or go all in with shearling-covered flats. Right now this pair of shearling loafers are first up on our shopping checklist. If you're into coordinating accessories, fuzzy shearling bags are also a hot commodity.

If you love sleek footwear with an edge, look no further than the square toe. This silhouette has been a favorite of the fashion crowd for years now, and it's only getting stronger from here. While super blunt square toe shapes are rising, we love the softer take of a slighty rounded edge.

On the more dramatic side of things lies the animal print trend, and at this point, it's fair to consider this a full-fledge neutral. It's pretty much a consistent player when it comes to fall trends, so you can be sure that whichever pair your buy will feel fresh season after season.

It may sound counterintuitive to be focusing on sandals so late in the season, but gorp-y sandals are still a big factor when it comes to fall trends. Lately, we've been noticing them mixed with heavier jackets and maxi skirts as a transitional piece to segway into fall. To make them adaptable to the cooler weather go for rich fabrics like black suede, or brown croc—you can also always go for a shearling-lined pair to keep things cozy too. 

Up next: Step Aside Ankle Boots—These Over-The-Knee Styles Are Back in a Big Way

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