As garments go, there is nothing more classic or historic than a trench coat. First designed at the turn of the century for use in the military, their iconic look has survived and evolved over the last 100 years, and has made the location of this shoot so perfect.
Fickle weather is inevitable once summer decidedly morphs into autumn. You can wake up to sunshine and warmth, but on your way home from the office you need a sweater and socks to protect yourself from chilly winds and overcast skies. Hero transitional pieces will be your best friends during this time of year.
With animal prints and tartan checks infiltrating the streets of Manhattan, a fresh break from fall’s hottest trends is always a welcome breath of fresh air every now and then. Like many women, you probably keep your newest garments right at the front of your closet. While this maximizes the wear that you get out of those items for the current season, your fresh finds from last year sit idle in the back of the dresser. Time and time again, I reinforce the importance of getting the most out of your purchases. And just because something is a year or two (or five) old, doesn’t mean that it suddenly loses value. Create your own value by mixing old and new, or simply putting a fresh twist on old favorites.