Thursday, September 8, 2011

{Wedge Into the Fall}

Yesterday I went to my mailbox after receiving a personal letter from the mailman to empty out my box or he will take everything to the local post office and I can pick it up there (I immediately said "whatever, you can take it to the stupid post office, there's nothing in there but junk anyway - but then I remembered and said "wait, it's the beginning of the month, I bet all my magazines have arrived"). So after not being appreciative of being told what to do, I walked over to my mailbox and yep, I was right - a mother-load of magazines were jam packed inside - and yep the mailman was right - he "couldn't even fit a postcard inside" - ooops, lol.

Last night I spent the evening looking through all of the magazines (while saving 3 WW points to enjoy a glass of wine) and the one theme throughout them all was Fall Trends. So today I thought I would gather all my findings and give you what are considered the must-haves for the upcoming season. Is there a trend that you are particualary excited about for the Fall? Or one you could do without?
fall 2011 trends 9.7
(Where to shop: 1/2/3/4/5/6/7 - and don't worry, there's always a look for less out there!)


  1. I love all of this!!!! I want every piece.

  2. OMG, I just came back from South Africa (where the seasons are opposite of ours--it was winter) and I saw all of these women rocking this stuff. My closet is filled with these fashion finds all from SA. I guess everything hits them earlier--from the genius of humanity to fashion trends (too bad, too few people notice). So what are you buying first, Jessica?

  3. In the year of 2017. People around me suddenly begin to hang out with zaful dress.I'm feeling curious and suspicion at the moment:"Is this a thing now?"And here's my thoughts after research and the dress that I bought.


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