Fall is here in full swing! The leaves are changing color , the clothing is getting darker and the make-up is getting more muted.
The wonderful folks over at Warby Parker reached out to me wanting to know what I do in Fall. Interestingly enough , "Fall in the tropics" is pretty much non-existent... the Leaves are still green and it's still hot! There are no Hay-rides , Apple Picking or Halloween. One thing I still love to do is take Fall inspired Photos and incorporate darker clothing. Every year Burgundy gets a new name and this year I believe its called Aubergine! See below for how I mixed this color with a leather and tweed jacket and also how I incorporated a stylish pair of glasses from Warby Parker.
The Glasses I selected are called the Bird. They are a pair of elegant Italian-crafted sunglasses in three earth-toned colorways inspired by nature’s neutrals and featuring a dual-layered acetate, from Warby Parker x Maiyet. Bird Burnt Honey with Cream Constructed from two contrasting (in color and size) pieces of premium cellulose acetate, Bird offers an utterly appealing and spirited look—it’s a slightly over-sized shape that doesn’t skimp on polish or elegance. Bird is available in Jet Black with Striped Oystershell, Striped Oystershell with Jet Black, and Burnt Honey with Cream. I thought that these were perfect because of the contracting colors and I really like the white and subtle striped details. They will definitely be a statement piece with my outfits and also a conversation starter.
ABOUT WARBY PARKER
Warby Parker is an Online Glasses Shop that specializes in cool Eyeglasses as well as Sunglasses. They have revolutionized the buying process with their at home Try On Service where you get to choose your top 5 pair of Glasses , which is then shipped to you ( FREE ) you keep them for 5 days to see which is your favorite then you will have your favorites sent to you and the others sent back.
What are you most excited about for Fall?
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