Monday, October 14, 2013

Ladies Fall Fashion Made in the USA

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Fall is officially upon us and so is the addition of some fall fashion into our wardrobes.  Creating a board like this helps me to visualize actually looking like this.  I love the idea of adding accessories to update a wardrobe, while maintaining some beautiful staples. 

One trend this season is the addition of something in Emerald Green, so I added the cuff.  It makes a statement and is still practical for every day use.  A staple in every fall and winter wardrobe is a high-quality boot and scarf.  Let's face it.  A great boot makes the season so much better and this organic scarf adds a bit of panache to the ensemble.  

From the days of old, being presentable, even for a stay-at-home mom, seems like a trend worth adding back into the daily routine.  Here is an outfit that brings out the lady in you without being too fussy.  Best of all: all of the items pictured here are Made in the USA.

FEATURED ITEMS:
Dress: About the Artist Dress in Navy from ModCloth
Sweater: Lacy Day Off Cardigan from ModCloth
Belt: Westward Dreams Belt from ModCloth
Earrings: South Gold Triangle Earrings from Layla Grayce
Scarf: Romance-Tryst Organic Scarf from Beau Monde Organics
Cuff: Chrysocolla Stone Cuff from Riley & Coco
Leather Bag: Leather Satchel Messenger Bag, Purse Small from Rustic Leather
Boots: FRYE Women's Knee-High Boot from Frye Boots




What are some of your fall fashion must-haves?  What's something that you will be adding to your wardrobe this season?  I would love to read about it.

Note:  The boots are made in the USA.  As of posting date, however, Amazon's website says they are made in Mexico.  I contacted Frye about the discrepancy.  They confirmed the boots are made in the USA and they are in the process of correcting the country of origin on Amazon's website.

Karina
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