Sweater: Lilla P (currently 25% off with code: HOLIDAY17), Jeans: Levi’s (currently 40% off with code: CYBER40), Shoes: TOMS (on sale), Purse: Old Navy (currently 40% off), Watch: Daniel Wellington, Lipstick: Revlon in “Mauvy Night”, Nail Polish: Essie in “Berry Naughty”
Just like that, summer is over, and in comes crisp days filled with warm drinks and cozy layers. The weather still hasn’t caught up here in LA, but that hasn’t stopped me from embracing a little wardrobe refresh to honor the change in season. Stocking up on heavy pieces isn’t very practical for Southern California’s fall weather, so I’ve been focusing on things like color and texture instead; gravitating toward fabrics like leather and knit, while making subtle adjustments to the tones in my makeup, nails and accessories. It’s easy to get carried away with shopping the latest trends of the season, but having a mindful approach to the transition will give you more bang for your buck. This means focusing on quality pieces that are timeless, transitional and practical – those that you can carry from season to season, year after year.
If there’s one brand that consistently delivers in all three areas, it’s Lilla P. If you aren’t familiar with them, I encourage you to get acquainted. We share a similar ethos when it comes to fashion; an appreciation for classic, approachable pieces with subtle detailing and quality fit, and their latest collection reflects just that. I knew this sweater would become a staple in my wardrobe the minute I spotted it online, and I’m happy to report that it feels even more luxurious in person. The rich burgundy shade is perfectly timed for autumn, and paired with some leather accessories and a classic pair of Levi’s, you’ve got yourself an outfit that can be worn for years to come.
If you’re in need of your own fall refresh, you might just be in luck because Lilla P. is offering one lucky reader the chance to revamp their wardrobe with a $200 shopping spree! Head to this Instagram post to see how you can win!
*In collaboration with Lilla P.