Fall Accessories
The change of seasons is always a revitalizing time period. It could be due to the heightened anticipation of what’s to come (holidays and a new year), an enlivening sense of newness (as we watch the leaves turn color and feel the air get brisker), and an evolutionary process that always leaves one part of life behind, allowing for new things to develop. Whatever the reason, it’s always exciting. 
When the weather changes, so do our outfit selections. A few fall accessory trends this season that reflect the warm, rich autumnal shades found in nature, are cognac colored riding boots and bags, animal printed scarves, and gilded jewelry.
Tory Burch Amanda Equestrian style Riding Boots
If you loved the fit of the popular Tory Burch ‘Selma’ boot last fall, meet ‘Amanda’. An exclusive style, the Amanda Riding Boot comes in tumbled leather with strap details and ankle logo hardware. It’s a wardrobe staple that’s in line with the perennially classic equestrian look. 
Alexander McQueen Animal Print Skull Scarf
Alexander McQueen seems to always bring the wild side out of any fashionista. So why not prowl the urban (or suburban) jungle with spots and skulls in this dark camel and black animal-print scarf?! 
Wallis Brown Reversible Cocktail Ring
This uber-affordable trendy cocktail ring is quite the multi-tasker, being reversible. The ring features a rotating stone – one side is brown, the other cream. How ingenious is that?! 
Marc by Marc Jacobs Classic Q Natasha Leather Shoulder Bag
This Marc by Marc Jacobs Classic Q Natasha Messenger shoulder bag is roomy enough to toss all your daily belongings into, without being too bulky. With the right amount of gold detailing, it adds a sophisticated touch to another casual, everyday bag. Perfect for bouncing around town, or heading out to meet friends for lunch.

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