3 New Styles to (Pumpkin) Spice It Up

Last week we got a little eager and walked you through our fall essentials – The Elbow Pad Sweater, The Cashmere Poncho, and the Classic Leather Jacket. I don’t know about you, but this past week I’ve experienced a few crisp nights and the incredibly strong urge to break out my fall themed…everything. Now that fall is not just almost in full swing, but is kicking down the door and demanding us to pay attention to it, it’s time to finally introduce 3 brand new styles to (pumpkin) spice it up 😉.

1. Boho Floral Dress 
Can we really roll out new styles without there being some kind of boho influence? This cotton / poly blend beauty is a transition piece to die for! Wear it with your open toed heeled sandals now and with your booties and some tights in a few weeks. The high neck and puffed shoulders offer a sweet, feminine feel and the drawstring waste fosters a flattering fit! Anti-Static, breathable, and eco-friendly – you can’t lose with this dress!

2. Double Breasted Belted Trench Coat 

Bring on the breeze! This belted, double-breasted, lightweight trench coat is an absolute staple for the fall! With Eco-friendly and breathable polyester, you’ll be looking forward to rainy days, just so you can break this bad boy out. This is the type of piece that you invest in and can use for years and years to come. Pro-tip, it’s not just a staple for the fall, but for spring as well 😉.

3. Open Back Leopard Sweater
This long-sleeved, casual sweater with open back detailing is ridiculously cozy and oh-so WFH-friendly! 100% Polyester and eco-friendly, this sweater brings style and functionality together in the most seamless way! Perfect for apple picking or snuggly nights in, what more could you ask for? Oh yes, an astoundingly affordable $69 price!


Which new style is your favorite? Let us know by commenting below! 

And don’t forget to place your order before these new styles fly faster than fresh apple cider donuts!  🍂🍎

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