Thursday, August 18, 2011

Taylor Takes Barneys

Last fall, I made my adoration of Marie Claire's Taylor Tomasi Hill well known. She's a style force to be reckoned with and I really love everything she artfully and stylishly puts together. (I just wish I could pull all of it off!)

Hearst and Hill via StyleRepublic

This week, Hill took friend and fellow style sister Amanda Hearst shopping at Barneys and let the cameras tag along with them. Their video is a must-watch for your fall wardrobe inspiration, especially if you're feeling the heat from the summer style doldrums.

Hill touched on what I consider the key fall elements (at least for me!):
Leather (in all cuts and colors)
Bordeaux/Red tones
Leopard print accessories

So I did a little hunting on the Intra-nets and came up with some pieces that I think go along with TTH's suggestions.

Look One:

Alexander Wang button-front white shirt (bonus points for asymmetrical hemline) + J. Brand coated pencil leg jean (MY FAVORITE jeans EVERRRR and they look JUST like leather)

via Barneys
via Raindrops of Sapphire

Look Two:

rag & bone Kobra Top + J. Brand red skinny jeans

via rag & bone

via Real Simple

Look Three:

3.1 Phillip Lim beaded neck top + Alexander Wang harness leather mini

via Barneys

via Polyvore
Look Four:

Proenza Schouler tee + A.L.C. leather skirt

via Saks
via Polyvore

Of course, you'll need a few accessories to pull these looks together. Luckily, these pieces are easily mixed in with any one of these looks.

Loeffler Randall Emory bootie via Bloomingdales

Steve Madden leopard print loafer via Polyvore

rag & bone Classic Duffle Coat via rag & bone

Henri Bendel Debutante Clutch via Polyvore

Lastly, we simply can't ignore how chic TTH looks in her leather sheath. You can get the real deal from Junya Watanabe at Barneys. But, as leather is huge for fall, more affordable options should be popping up as we approach the cooler months.

Thanks to Barneys for presenting us with such goodness! Three cheers for fun fall fashion!

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for stopping by Savoir-Flair. I look forward to reading your comments!