An Ethical and Editorial Fall Capsule Wardrobe

With the start of the season, brings a fierce desire to break out all the fall favorites. Whether it’s a pair of stunning booties or stunning dress, with this year’s fall capsule I’m moving past the basics. There’s something about dressing in basics for years. After a while you long for visual interest, editorial styles, and pattern in your wardrobe again. This capsule is focused on bringing a bit of life back into a closet of basics and play. With ethical sourcing, we’re ditching fast fashion and inviting longevity for seasons to come.

Keep reading for our fall capsule after the jump!

Rojas Mule:
Mules are back and one of this year’s trends. I love this one with the supple leather, stacked heel, and classic cognac color. The heel is cut mindfully and is perfect for skinnies, crops, or dresses. If you’re looking to add a bit more variety, this shoe is also available in a smart leopard, blue suede, and blush.

Wrap Dress:

Everlane released their wrap dresses this summer and I love the fresh colors for fall. This wrap dress in plum is perfect for all things fall and will be worn at dinner parties throughout the season.

Clean Silk Striped Button Down:

With a refined process, these silk shirts are better for the environment using a refined process and reducing waste. In a classic black and white stripe with drop hem, it’s perfect for meeting days and presentations. The softness of the silk is everything and looks effortlessly dressed up.

Polka dot Cami:

There’s nothing more classic than a polka dot. In a silk cami with square neck, I love the way this cami highlights collar bones and skin in a stunning way. A touch of the unexpected? The dot is a lovely mustard placed on black.

Texture Cotton V-Neck:

Say hello to sweater season with this beautiful and effortless sweater. Woven in an approachable cotton, it offers a washable option perfect for layering and wearing on the repeat. I love the winter white color and drop hem. It’s relaxed and stunning.

Wide Leg Crop:

Crops are here to stay. With this wide leg, embrace this new cut and add variety to your skinnies that have been living on repeat. This ochre color is amazing and serves as a great neutral. I love pairing it with navy, rust, and black. It’s a great staple for the season. Struggling with investing in the longevity of a trend? Wear these in early fall, spring, and summertime for the year to rock the trend.

The Form Bag:

With space for all the essentials, magnetic enclosure, and a crossbody styling, this bag is ready to do some work.

Soft Cotton Boatneck:

There’s nothing better than a striped sweater. I love pairing this look with a pair of distressed jeans and sneakers for the weekend or slightly dressed up with a trench for meetings or speaking at conferences. It’s instant dress and polish. My favorite part of this sweater? I love the color blocking at the tip, adding a strong editorial detail that stands out.

The Drape Trench Coat:

If you don’t have a trench, there’s no better time to invest in this classic cut. Trenches are the perfect coat for both fall and spring. My favorite way to style it? I add a baseball hat, striped tee, and distressed jean with a sneaker.

The Italian GoWeave Classic Blazer:

This blazer is absolutely amazing and perfect for all your business meetings. It’s a wardrobe staple and perfect for any occasion. Dress with stiletto pumps and needing a jacket? Headed to a last minute meaning? This blazer checks all the boxes and looks ridiculously smart.

The City Anorak:

The anorak isn’t going away any time soon. I love this one for it’s length and coated fabric. If rainy days are common in your world and looking for a stronger performing fabric, you’ll love this coat in it’s classic olive.


What are your wardrobe essentials for fall?

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