Into the Sunset

FALL STYLE ROOTED IN TRADITION AND INSPIRED BY THE GREAT OUTDOORS
photography by Tina Sargeant
hair by Josh Vasquez of Evolve Hair Studio
makeup by Ciara Liebl
special thanks to  Tenille Southern and Hidden Creek Farms

While brightly colored shorts, breezy tank tops, and our favorite espadrilles make the summer heat bearable and fashionable, we’re all ready to move on. As the season transitions, so should our wardrobe, which proves tricky for Floridians since we don’t have Mother Nature’s natural reminder. Instead, our favorite shops taunt us with the latest outerwear trends, including heavy knits and every possible style of the iconic winter leather. Fortunately, dressing for an 80-degree Florida fall can still be on trend and doesn’t require layering of bulky winter fabrications.

This autumn, follow the lead of equestrian- and safari-inspired trends by using rugged leather and coarse utilitarian fabrics to layer over soft and delicate basics. Keep the color story neutral with
deep indigo as the pop of color leading into traditional Native American patterns and textiles. Worn-in leather, as an accessory or clothing, is a must-have this season and an easy fashion element to incorporate because of its multi-seasonal style and insulating properties.

Take advantage of Florida’s unique autumn weather and fuse light, breathable basics with weathered outdoorsy layers and tell a story of adventure, tradition, and iconic style with your fall wardrobe.