The North Dallas Corridor is currently between seasons – we’re not sure whether to pack away the summer essentials and say hello to sweater weather just yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t begin to prepare. While there’s still time, we’ve listed a few fall essentials you’ll want in your closet before the crisp air makes its annual debut.
J. Crew’s Open Front Sweater Blazer – $138
This sweater is a hot commodity right now, and you’ll understand why when you sport this beauty yourself. Coming in both Khaki and Heather Coal it’s a light, easy, relaxed fit made of soft merino wool. Throw this on with leggings and a t shirt for travel, pair with jeans and booties for work, or dress it up for an evening on the town – you’ll quickly find, come fall, it’s always at the front of your closet.
Sam Edelman Paris Mule (Black), Nordstrom – $90.96 (Currently 30% off)
Loafers and mules are coming back strong this season and this is one shoe you’ll be glad you purchased. With twin tassels, traditional stitching, and open back design, it’s not only chic, its practical and easy. This is one slip on is one you won’t want to slip off.
Loria Plaid Wool-Silk Scarf, Neiman Marcus – $295
Tis the season for scarfs! This plaid scarf is perfect for those sunny, yet breezy autumn afternoons. Choose from Ecru or Red, wrap or drape, then grab your pumpkin spice latte, and be on your way!
LOFT’s Skinny Ankle Pants in Julie Fit – $69.50
Time to shop those deep, warm fall colored pants, and LOFT is up for the task. Their Skinny Ankle Pants in Julie Fit are perfect for work or a day on the town, but best of all, they are sold in two timeless fall colors – Dark Caper and Bright Rosebud. Event better? These are two shades that transition flawlessly into winter!
J. Crew’s Signet Flap Bag in Italian Leather – $138
Crew’s crossbody Italian Leather bag is beautifully designed and incredibly practical. Whether you’re running errands around town, heading to a football game, or traveling about the globe, this bag keeps all your necessities close by and secure.