Bethenny’s Favorite Finds: Fall Fashion Must-Haves
Take a look in your closet. You probably have a ton of clothes that you will never wear again. Now that we are going full speed ahead into the fall season, it’s time to say goodbye to those old looks and make room for these new necessities. I’m all about being comfortable and cozy when it comes to fashion. Here are some of the items you cannot go without this season.
Scarves: Scarves should be a staple item in your fall wardrobe. The weather in NYC is nothing to play around with. Once that cold hits your chest, it’ll be hard to escape a trip to the pharmacy for some Emergen-C. This plaid infinity scarf is extremely light and would be great accent to tuck under a jacket or over a sweater on your way out for the day.
Leggings: All the best gals have about a million different pairs of leggings in their closet. They are so comfy and are a great alternative when you don’t want the bottom of your jeans soaked in God knows what. The slim, sleek fit of this pair of leggings is made to accentuate your features – if you know what I mean.
Boots: Investing in a good boot will save your life. Have you ever been expecting a warm day outside and it starts to rain out of nowhere? Not a pretty sight to see. My go-to is usually an over-the-knee boot because it provides an extra layer of protection.
Gloves: If you think you don’t need gloves because you live in an area with warmer weather conditions, think again. Not only do gloves protect your hands from the cold, they keep the germs away. I’m always on my phone, so if you’re anything like me, I’d invest in a good pair of touchscreen gloves. Not only do they allow you to use your phone, but they offer pairs with fleece or cashmere. Talk about luxury for less.
Jackets/Sweaters: The ultimate must-have in your closet. Don’t be afraid to layer it up. If you’re still a little hesitant about what to expect this season, grab yourself a “Zero Fucks” sweatshirt to throw on under your favorite jacket.
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