As the weather changes to colder temperatures, our need for transitional clothing options increases. Layering becomes a key way of dealing with cooler mornings that still warm up a bit in the afternoon and then cool down again in the evening. Easy to remove accessories help us stay stylish and warm and can also be tucked away in a bag when not needed.
Hats are a great way to remain stylish while also protecting yourself against the elements. Fall can mean brisk rain showers, windy days and some frost. Protecting your head keeps the rest of your body much warmer. Simple and easy to wear shapes like baseballs, bucket hats and caps in fun fabrications will add to your outfit while also being functional. Herman Headwear has your favorite fall fabrics like velvet, Italian wool and cotton corduroy that are cozy and style well with sweaters and denim.
Shawls and scarves are another great accessory that can add color, pattern and warmth when needed. Silk & Cashmere blended knits are wonderful as they are also highly breathable, not to mention buttery soft to the touch, which feels amazing next to your skin. Seidenmann of Switzerland makes hand-rolled scarves with Italian fabrics that will last a life-time.
The perfect fall mini bag is compact to easily drape over a sweater or jacket, just the right size to secure your phone, ID and card essentials. It will also easily transition into spring. Meet AndRena Nikol's Mini Pouchette Shoulder Bag:
It's definitely time for some cozy and comfy socks whether at home or out and about. And if you have a uniquely patterned pair like the ones made by Bonne Maison, you can still wear your clogs or open toe shoes a bit longer.
Made in France with Egyptian cotton, in colorful and interesting patterns you won't see anywhere else. These socks are truly art for your feet.
Make the most of the season by treating yourself to fall staples that are made by independent designers from around the world. Their attention to quality and detail means these products are timeless offering chic style for seasons to come.