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October means getting in the spirit of Halloween - but if black and orange getups, pumpkin prints and witch hats aren’t quite your thing, there are fashion forward options out there! We found this hand painted silk scarf from Etsy shop ArmeniaOnSilk featuring Halloween-inspired birds sitting on a branch. It’s the perfect accessory for Oct. 31st!

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Halloween Black and White Silk Scarf - $28 at Etsy

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Australian label Zimmerman is known for its fashion forward swimwear, but this fall we’re loving the brand’s chic dresses. These two splatter print styles are right on trend, and perfect for all the cocktail parties the fall/winter season brings with it!

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regina-designs-etsy-thumb.jpgThe Regina Designs Etsy shop is filled with amazing accessory finds, included beautiful embroidered beaded necklaces, cuffs, brooches and more. Each piece is unique and eye catching - the perfect treat for yourself or gift for a friend!

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If there’s one shoe brand we want to wear every day this fall, it’s Dieppa Restrepo. Founded by Colombian duo Andrea Vargas Dieppa and Elisa Restrepo and hand made in Mexico, the collection is filled with classic menswear-inspired styles like loafers and oxfords. According to the company’s website, their shoe is the “quintessential grown up sneaker.” It’s beautiful and simple enough for the fashion forward girl, yet comfortable and durable enough for walking the streets of New York City day after day. The striped “Leon” loafer especially caught our eye - the combination of bold stripes and a classic silhouette will take your look to the next level this fall.

Dieppa Restrepo “Leon” Loafer - $276 at diepparestrepo.com
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Fall is all about cozy, casual style. Sydney-based designer Amy Kaehne’s lookbook is filled with “unstructured chic” outfits we’d love to wear both to the office and on the weekends. Kaehne’s focus is on natural fabrics, relaxed tailoring and muted colors so that her pieces work with the others seamlessly. 

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See the full collection here.
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