It’s Tuesday morning and it feels colder than normal. It is making me think of fall already and I can’t believe that it’s just around the corner! Let’s see Rachel Zoe’s RTW Fall 2012 collection for some inspiration.
Still love the classic bow tie blouse.
I see rich colors. Love the textures.
These looks are making me think of my 4 fall must haves.
1. A Statement necklace of course. It can dress up any simple sweater or outfit. It will instantly transform an outfit.
2. Classic black patent pumps. It will go perfectly with jeans, a dress, or any casual or formal outfit. It also will never go out of style. Great for the budget fashionista.
3. A cashmere sweater to keep warm.
4. Dark deep rich colored nail polish. to add a fun pop of color.
What are your fall must haves?
I am back at home from my BWCA getaway and who would have thought that I miss that place. I am still thinking about the cabin we stayed in and how it made me feel. I truly enjoyed the rustic interiors of cabin living. For those who know me, I am more of a city girl and not a country wilderness kind of gal. However, ever since experiencing the fresh clean northern lake air and lodging in a cute warm and cozy cabin, I am surprised to say that I can live in a cabin year round. Of course only after adding a touch of a little modern glam with the earthly untouched interior pieces such as wood beams, it would make for an amazing space.
This is a perfect display of my kind of cabin living. I love the contrast between the white liens and the dark wood walls and bed frame.
These horns would look great against a stone fireplace and the wood logs could work as interior accessories. Check out the how this interior designer uses wood logs in their design. It makes it look so rustic.
What a perfect dining space. The huge stone fireplace makes this space warm and cozy. It sure makes me want to cuddle up with the wool throw and drink all that wine on the table and never leave.
What an entry to inspire! I just love the stone floors and the wood walls. It makes it truly an inviting space for a great cabin retreat.
Have you stayed in a cabin lately? What is your cabin style?