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Fashion to my left, fashion to my right...

September, September. I love this month. A new season upon us offering a freshness, a new excitement, a bit of a breeze, and my People Style Watch is a little more plump and full of inspiring style. I am beyond thrilled that my favorite beach gal Lauren Conrad is appearing on this issue too. I've hit the mothership flipping through and am savoring every second. Remember the line in Sex and the City when Carrie describes how she would sometimes buy Vogue over food when she was younger and broke because she felt it filled her up more? Yes. Absolutely yes.

Fashion is my forever. Every part of the industry thrills me. The hype, the glamour, the styling opportunities. One example to offer my sentiments further, would be the film The Devil Wears Prada; Andy(Anne Hathaway), initially a non fashion enthusiast, snickers to herself when Miranda is styling a look, and referencing a specific shade of blue, known as cerulean. Andy gets called out and explains how she doesn't understand why fashion people act so strange, it's all blue, yada yada.

Miranda with her chic smirk, proceeds to verbally devour Andy and her observation, while providing a detailed account of how runway fashion trickles down the line to the masses, and despite what a non believer Andy may be, she too has bought in with her own sweater she is wearing in that moment, which happens to be in the blue family. That's definitely the shorthand version of this synopsis, so if you are not familiar, please stop being so deprived and get a hold of a copy.

My always favorite fall fashions:
Over sized cardigans
Ankle boots
Scarves
Hi-Low pullover sweaters atop dresses
gold and rose gold jewels, pops of teal(there's something enchanting to me about teal in the fall/winter months paired with deeper shades)
bold statement pieces like big bangles
bright lips-a punchy pink, a Monroe red, and so many more


Tell me, do you fashion too?


Til we meet again,
M

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