Fashion

Help—We Can't Stop Wearing These Fall Accessories

Is it just us, or are this season’s It accessories particularly lust-worthy? Street style stars and runway shows alike were bursting with fresh and exciting outfit-topping options this past fashion month, and we’re having a hard time taking them off. From putting our best foot forward in Western-inspired boots to updating our jewelry stacks with exciting new personalized pieces, we’re finding ways to incorporate these head-turning looks into our daily outfits (and wear them on repeat). Scroll to shop the top trends and pieces we’re currently guilty of over-wearing.

We’d be hard-pressed to believe that the Western trend has passed anyone by. Whether it’s in the form of piped Oxfords, a prairie dress, or our personal favorite, cowboy-approved boots, this trend is here to stay, and it’s showing no signs of leaving. Scroll to shop the Dolce Vita options that tackle the trend without veering too costumey.

“Dad” sneakers are still having a moment, and while we love the chunky look and shock appeal, we’re looking to Koio for a more updated take on the trend. Featuring a subtler silhouette and color scheme, these are the perfect mix of on trend and not overwhelming. Shop the looks we’ll be wearing year-round below.

We hesitate to call animal print a trend since it remains a pretty constant staple in the fashion world, but it’s also true that a hefty crop of feline- and reptile-inspired prints are taking over the street style scene. We’re opting for leopard print and snakeskin shoes ourselves. Shop our picks below.

If you’ve been on the hunt for subtle jewelry to add to your stack but want it to feel unique to you and your personal style, look no further. We co-created the demi-fine jewelry line Love, Los Angeles with Tacori for the perfect mix of elevated, bold, and personalized pieces. Shop a few of our favorites here.

While we love designer glasses, we’re having a hard time passing up these equally stylish but more wallet-friendly options.

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