Wallis Grey Zebra Tassle Wrap

Wallis Grey Zebra Tassle Wrap

Here’s something to cozy up in this fall, besides that old Snuggie. I love this fun wrap by Wallis because it’s got the warmth if a blanket, but the look of a shawl or knit poncho. Plus, it’s in animal print so it can easily spice up the plainest outfit, or let’s be honest, even those yoga pants.

Grey Zebra Tassle Wrap
by Wallis
$52.00

OMG buy me THIS.

Photo credit: Wallis

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Saloni Multicolor Sunset Birds Print Scarf

Saloni Multicolor Sunset Birds Print Scarf

Living in the Bay Area, it’s quite normal to wear scarves all year round. Even on typical spring and summer days it can go from pleasantly sunny at lunch to chilly and blustery cold when you leave the office for the day, so stylish scarves are one of my favorite accessories to wear out the door or tuck in my purse just in case. I recently came across this gorgeous silk-cashmere blend scarf by London-based, Indian fashion designer Saloni Lodha, which I can’t take my eyes off of; it just needs to become part of my scarf repertoire.  The beautiful colors, organic style, subtle fringe, and bird motif all make it a unique piece, one that everyone will be begging to ask who it’s by. Though a splurge, the time is now to scoop up this stunning scarf from the Autumn Winter 2011 collection on clearance at 50% off.

Multicolor Sunset Birds Print Scarf
by Saloni
$510 $255

OMG buy me THIS.

Photo credit: STYLEBOP

Zara Terez Prince & Elizabeth Cross-Body

Zara Terez Prince & Elizabeth Cross-Body

I’ve always been an oversized leather tote kinda girl, but recently I’ve come to appreciate the genius behind a good crossbody bag. This fun Zara suede crossbody has a cool fringed trim and some added metallic leather details peeking through the cut-out’s. The longer strap also makes for a more confortable and secure fit. It just makes so much more sense to carry around a bag like this for things like brunch or lunch dates, rather than my huge leather marry poppins style bag. Not to mention, I’m such a sucker for fringe!

Prince & Elizabeth Cross-Body
by Zara Terez
$228.00

OMG buy me THIS.

Photo credit: Endless

Houndstooth Haze Scarf

Houndstooth Haze Scarf

Some may swear by leopard print, however houndstooth is one pattern that will never get old for me. Not sure you can rock the classic stark black and white pattern? Take a look at this soft-focus houndstooth scarf from contemporary preppy chic-brand Madewell. This scarf is wool yet appears semi-thin, allowing for much outfit versatility, especially in this delicious mocha shade. Today is the first rainy day of many as a storm hits the Bay Area, so it’s the perfect time to bundle up and break up a drab rain-ready outfit with a nice printed scarf.

Houndstooth Haze Scarf
in Frozen Mocha, Bistro Blue
by Madewell
$52.00

OMG buy me THIS.

Photo credit: Madewell

Free Flying Fringe Scarf

Free flying fringe scarf

Everybody needs a little fringe in their wardrobe, and this free-flying scarf from Anthropologie is the perfect spring piece. Cold colors are the trend to watch out for this season and this silvery beige will look amazing with any outfit. Wrap it up tight on blustery evenings or let it hang loose on warm afternoons. Bottom line – you’ll want this hanging around your neck as we leap into 2011!

Free-Flying Fringe Scarf
by Anthropologie
$88.00

OMG buy me THIS.

Photo credit: Anthropologie

Dizzy Heights Fringed Singlet Dress

Dizzy Heights Fringe Dress

This interesting piece could definitely be interpreted in many different styles and fashion genres. You’ve got the popular knit look, coupled with the draped fringe outline and embellished metal bugle beads along the piping. Leggings and pumps would compliment this look nicely but be daring, who know’s what ideas an individual piece like this could lead to!

Dizzy Heights Fringed Singlet Dress
by Sass & Bide
$192.50 I am high maintenance

OMG buy me THIS.