Before we begin, please remember that I am only your tour guide on this journey of fall shopping. (I'm not even that good of a guide because I'm only going to lead you to the best stuff and leave.) It is not my fault if you get lost. It is not my fault if you choose to spend your money a certain way. And it is definitely not my fault if you end up walking out with all the things instead of just one.
Derek Lam's Fall 2015 show was great, wasn't it?
H&M sweater, $49.99, hm.com.
The problem with styling an open shirtdress over pants is that, for the chicest silhouette, you have to walk around with your hands in your pockets. This guy solves *that* problem while making it really easy to pretend you have a tail.
Truly Madly Deeply high-low tank top, $59, urbanoutfitters.com.
Cute-chic, and basically an outfit in a shirt—just put on some innocuous pants and you're good.
A Common Space crochet shirt, $38, acommonspace.com.
Serayah has been photographed in this dress before. Serayah is part of Taylor Swift's squad. Therefore, Serayah must have great taste. (It also doesn't hurt that, like, every other picture on ASOS's Instagram is a girl in earth-tone suede.)
ASOS suede shirtdress, $153, asos.com.
You can tie the strings to go down your arms, which is like sports and pork loins all at once. Sports and pork loins = my new aesthetic.
Pixie Market lace-up dress, $99, pixiemarket.com.
MIU MIU FALL 2015. There—I said it.
Topshop buckle heels, $75, topshop.com.
With big earrings, a slim skirt in a fancy fabric, and low heels (see previous slide), you could be Jenny Walton. This is a very good thing.
Inès de la Fressange for Uniqlo cashmere sweater, $79.90, uniqlo.com.
This is summer 2015's knitted shift dress but better. Get it.
Forever 21 asymmetrical maxi dress, $22.90; forever21.com.