Today is the final installment of Extraordinary Fashion Week, and we’re ending it on a glam note. I have to be honest here, this girl is all about pearls. I’ll admit, I am probably a bit biased to them because they’re my birth stone, but that in no way lessens how glamorous they are. The way I see it is that they add that certain je ne se quois to an outfit by simply being these – just take my new double pearl earrings for example. Alone the combination of a sweater and jeans is simplistic and understated, but add a pair of pearl earrings to the mix and you suddenly have a look worthy of date night. After all, the best glam is done in the simplest way, and what’s simpler than throwing on a pair of earrings or a bracelet?



I don’t know about you, but come Fall all I really want to wear are neutrals. And lucky for me, this trend surfaced just in time. Only recently did I realize how chic an entirely grey outfit can be; gone are the days of the middle school groutfit and in are the days of the sophisticated monochromatic look. Even green, which I always feared would make me appear as a giant lime or military brat is taken down in level of ostentatiousness to become a sleeker, and more slimming color, and who doesn’t want to look a little thinner when there are 5 different coats piled on top of them?



7) Topshop Floppy Wool Hat

Oh, floppy hats. Long gone are the hot Summer day’s, but these beauties will live on in our Fall and Winter wardrobes this season. As I mentioned a couple days ago in this post, the 70’s are back. Wide-brim hats were born and raised in this era and continue to live on for multiple reasons – one being that they provide invaluable protection from the sun, and the other being, well, fashion. However, what a lot of people don’t realize is how well these hats transition into Fall and Winter. They’re not only great for blocking the sun in the Summer, but also fantastic at saving your blowout from the rain and snow in during the other seasons. When I first came across this concept years ago I found it a completely genius idea, and pretty stinking adorable. Just picture all of the little snowflakes lining the brim of your hat, I mean could it get an cuter? You could say I’m a little excited to try it out again, and a little advance warning to all my Instagram follower’s; when the opportunity presents itself, you know I’ll be sharing it.