Fall Wardrobe Must-Haves: Cardigans From Sag Harbor Clothing
Since it is starting to get chilly outside, I highly recommend chic cardigans which you can wear over any tank tops or tees. Sweaters and textured layers are the season’s essentials. In fact, the recent Fashion Week took off with “granny chic” style owning the center stage. Yes, those vintage-inspired cardigans are still a big runway favorite. If you are a fashion-forward office girl like me, you should start walking around in a Sag Harbor’s cardigan such as the dolman-sleeved sweater with novelty stitch. This could be paired off with a plain white tank to complete the look. For warmer dressing, you may also opt for a duet-type sweater that includes an inner sleeveless shirt underneath.
My favorite front-closing sweater from Sag Harbor is this special cardigan set with a wavy stripe print and a pleated front detail. It comes with a solid color inner shirt that contrasts the cardigan’s textured fabric. I like wearing this duo top with a pair of pencil-cut office pants. It looks classy without appearing over-the-top.
Street Chic Fashion With Jackets From Sag Harbor
For those who are always on the go, it is best to have the right clothing to act as a barrier from the cold autumn breeze. Fortunately, Sag Harbor has an extensive line of jackets and coats that look fashionable in New York streets. I tried on several coats at Sears and finally bought this boyfriend jacket made from velvety moleskin. The size is actually for petite; although the way it goes around my body, it sure looks a little bit roomy. I liked it all the same since it is a near cousin to oversized coats which are all the rage these days.
Fall and winter collections typically put emphasis on bright hues to contrast the gloomy grays. Although you’ll still be able to find mostly black pants and suits, you’ll surely never lose sight of burgundy and cranberry red garments this season. Check out Sag Harbor’s red Ikat skirt which is made through a pattern technique called tie-dying. It also features a flared-bottom, A-line style that adds to the breezy effect of the skirt. I would have worn it last summer, but it looks just as fine in autumn.
Dark Floral Prints: A Spring Hangover
Don’t be surprised if you happen to see someone wearing a tiered floral skirt. The past season’s favorite theme will be making an appearance in the fall collection, albeit with a slight color adjustments. I recommend the black monochromatic floral print skirt from Sag Harbor clothing.