swing trench from everlane // vril chunky tote from hendrik lou // easy circle tote from pine & boon for moorea seal // elizabeth suzann linn sweater // elizabeth suzann lyd trouser // leather chuck taylor high-top all-stars from converse via urban outfitters // blank marble notebooks from poketo // mini bouquet from peaches & mint // header photo by melissa sonico
With the weather turning cooler, foraging fashion gets cozier. It’s time to trade in the linen dresses and open-toed sandals for a more menswear-inspired look. Fall, for me, inspires that classic take on everyday wear. Maybe it’s from years of collared button-up shirts and crisp white sneakers in private school, but autumn translates into clean lines, mixed with chunky knit beanies and tops in season-appropriate neutrals, cropped for a modern take.
A subtle navy-print tote is perfect for stowing fallen leafy branches and street side blooms plucked during evening walks with my husband. Pretty patterned notebooks in black and white marble are essential for jotting down botanical sketches or pressing flowers into. What keeps it transitional from summer to fall is the high-top converse–in leather so it doesn’t get as dirty foraging on mountain hikes, or cliffside treks by the beach. Top it off with a lightweight trench with a swingy shape and pockets to hold bonsai scissors for easy snipping of stems.
Curated by Melissa Sonico // Layout by Micaela Hoo
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