• Rona Apsari

Top Picks for Your Fall Essentials

Updated: Sep 10

As we all are making the most out of the last bit of summer, I have a list of new pieces to try out now and they will definitely be a must have for fall style this year.

Summer means gingham, polka dots, ditsy floral prints, and everything colourful! But come fall, I am drawn to animal prints, plaids and more monochromatic colours.


1. Mix and Match


I am obsessed with Ganni. They always know how to mix prints you would never think of and make it cool and wearable. This seersucker check blouse worn with the leopard print shorts are everything! Clashing prints are so popular last season and are still here to stay.



In terms of dresses, this v-neck printed dress with puff sleeves from Ganni would instantly make you feel all dressed up and ready to conquer the day! (or your zoom meetings..)



2. Dress It Down


Other than tops and dresses, I could never say no to a matching set. I mean, who doesn't love a good old matching set? Either you love it or.. you still love it! Consider this oversized crew sweatshirt from Aritzia in a very vibrant blue colour. You would achieve the effortless yet stylish look instantly! These days, it is so easy to feel unmotivated, and one thing that helps me to get through the slump is to wear more colours. I think it would really make a difference to your day.



3. Sweater Weather


We love a chunky and oversized sweater for the fall season, as comfort is on top of our minds right now. I am a huge fan of Paloma Wool, a brand focused around the art of getting dressed, all the pieces will have you in love at first sight. I found these beautiful sweaters that are now on my wish list. This Yin Yang and Camu super soft sweaters are just to die for. For some colour, I love this lime green version of the Camu sweater. Another great option is this classic knit sweater by House of Sunny with balloon sleeves and a perfect fall colour palette. In my opinion, they would make the perfect staple sweaters.



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