A Very Ralph Lauren Fall

Ahh yes, two of my favorite things: Ralph Lauren and Fall. I mean, what more could I even ask for?


Ralph Lauren: Wool-Blend Chesterfield Coat c/o / Ralph Lauren: Cable Cashmere Turtleneck (more affordable option here) c/o / Ralph Lauren: Suede Skinny Pant (also in greenburgundy and a darker brown) c/o / Gucci: Princetown Mule Loafers / Louis Vuitton: Pochette Metis / David Yurman: Pearl Earrings 

I'm in the midst of a campaign with Ralph Lauren. This blog post isn't part of that campaign, but the items I'm wearing are a result of the partnership. I am so pumped to be working with them! There will be an "official" blog post later this week, but until then, let's chat clothes.

I always enjoy a monochromatic look. If you can pull it off, you seriously feel like the most stylish girl on the block (at least, I do). There is something so cool and casual about the look that it makes me feel like a million bucks. This turtleneck is the most comfortable cashmere material, and I've tried to contain myself from wearing it all the time with everything over the past two weeks. 

When I posted about these pants on IG stories, you guys had all the questions! I'm wearing a size M and they have *some* stretch, but not like regular leggings. With Ralph Lauren items, I usually find that I am a size smaller than most brands (another reason to love RL). I'm normally a 29/L/8 in pants, but opted for the M and they fit great. They have an elastic waist band at the top so it's easy to pull them on. My one gripe about the pants is that the band is not the tummy tucker sized band, so when I sit it gets a little weird. But that's probably because of me and not the pants. I love pants that have a more controlled top.

I don't know about you guys but it got C-O-L-D this weekend. So cold that I was like, "Omg is it Christmas??" It really did feel like that time of year. I guess fall was here for a hot second. Although not many of our leaves have changed here in New York. I guess the season is just as confused as we are.

P.S. I know the items I'm wearing today are ~very~ expensive oh la la. I was grateful to have them gifted, but for those who want the look for less, there is a great deal on the older version of my wool coat HERE (a ton of colors) and a pretty good dupe of these pants for $25.


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