2 Things to Add to Your Fall Checklist


Did it just get cold or what? This weather really crept up on me. It crept so quickly that I had to express ship Finn’s new winter (car seat safe) coat because blankets were no longer doing the job over here and this mama still needs to get out of the house. So, with the fall weather here to stay,  I’ve teamed up with Banana Republic to introduce you to this seasons 2 key pieces.

Worn together or separate, a transitional jacket and a statement pant are two things your wardrobe needs this fall…

Transitional Jacket

For Fall, you need a jacket that can take you from mild to chilly weather in a snap and a trench coat is my first choice.  This Banana Republic x Olivia Palermo Asymmetrical Trench Coat has a more feminine feel with its shape compared to the classic silhouette but still looks timelines.  Plus, I love the high quality of this item because I know it will be doing double duty when the weather heats up again this spring.

Statement Pants

Prints, cuts, stripes, and colours can really make a statement.  These Banana Republic structured, wrinkle-resistant leggings are made with a stretch-scuba fabric to smooth and sculpt your shape. Plus, they are finished with a flirty and feminine scalloped edge to keep you from being boring. The minimal style on these black pencil has maximum appeal because they can be paired with almost anything.  Plus, they are super forgiving.


What is the one thing you will be adding to your Fall Wardrobe Checklist this season? Let me know in the comments below!

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Thank you to Banana Republic for Partnering on this post.

Photography by: Eryn Shea Photography





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    Rachel Baileys
    November 7, 2017 at 1:41 pm

    Oh yes, I absolutely love it. With every picture I discovered more details, like how the pants are scalloped at the bottom, so cute! If you’re looking for anymore mules to pair with these look, you should check out

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