Wannawear | Fall Cravings

19. August 2014

Fashion Landscape 1. Isabel Marant ‘Newt’ Knit (lovely alternative here2. Joseph Leather Pencil Skirt (find the perfect wallet friendly version here)  3. Nasty Gal Cat Eye Sunnies  4. Givenchy ‘Antigona’ Bag  5. Tibi ‘Leona’ Mules (alternatives here and here6. Hatsumi’s Laundry Bra  7. Nars Nailpolish


 Oatmeal beige is most definitely one of the main colors of the season alongside grey. So here’s an outfit I’d love to wear come fall, though it’s already knit time again and you won’t hear me complaining as I love my knits. x


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6 responses to “Wannawear | Fall Cravings”

  1. Beautiful picks! I’m excited for autumn also. Want to find some awesome knits 🙂 Check out my autumn wish list here http://maggiecallife.com/2014/08/19/autumn-wish-list/

  2. Lizzy says:

    I would love to wear that!! The heels are a dreaaam!

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  3. Paulina says:

    That Givenchy bag is just perfect! http://www.thepaarblog.com/

  4. Theresa says:

    I have my eye on that sweater too and I’d love it in combo with that
    killer skirt. That mix would be amazing on you! 🙂

  5. María says:

    Those mules !!!! Tibi is the best when making mules!!!
    Lots of love, xx


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