fall 2010 series: accessories edition

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I always love getting new pieces for Fall. It’s the only time of year when I’m practically guaranteed to consciously go out shopping with a very specific list in mind (or written down on a scrap of stationary in my bag — where it’s been for the past month — just waiting impatiently to be put to good use). This year, I’ve been loving the clothes and accessories designers have been putting out — all classic, solid pieces perfect for any season, really. I’ve been especially impressed with J. Crew and the utilitarian-chic looks they’ve crafted with a perfectly balanced combination of leather, silk, canvas, and sequins. But more on that later, because here’s a small snapshot of the accessories I’ve been coveting for Fall 2010 — plenty of sparkling gems and fabulous shoes from J. Crew (bien sûr…) and some other pieces on my ever-growing wishlist.

What’s on your mind for Fall 2010?

Shopping Details (clockwise, starting at top right):

1. Bauble Bow Necklace, $38, anthropologie.com.

2. Sparkle Bib Necklace, $250, jcrew.com.

3. Walker Riding Boots, $275, jcrew.com.

4.  YSL Parisienne, $39-$85, sephora.com.

5. Roberto Cavalli Serpent Ring, $265, net-a-porter.com.

6. Faux Fur Stole, $50, topshop.com.

7. Langford Platform High-Heel Oxfords, $275, jcrew.com.

8. Winter Migration Scarf, $50, madewell.com.

9. Petite Ballet by Boutique, $190, topshop.com.

10. Stoneset Bracelets, $68 each, jcrew.com.

See all the posts in the Fall 2010 Series by clicking here.

{ Sources: Collage by Prada For Breakfast, images used via jcrew.com, sephora.com, topshop.com, anthropologie.com, madewell.com, and net-a-porter.com. }


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