Packing For a Fall Getaway

After I did a post about packing for my trip Upstate,  I’ve had some requests for a update about a September weekend jaunt, so here you go! How about this Isabel-Marant-y cozy-chic plaid shacket with great pockets as your outer layer? p.s. Thanks to all of you who reached out yesterday when the site was down — glad to be back! xx

Back to that autumnal Ralph Lauren vibe from Monday, I am hankering for some vintage Native American earrings (or rings or cuffs!) This sweet pair from Vicki Turbeville provides a nice shot of cool elegance.

I have a thing for black watch plaid, so L.L. Bean’s classic soft flannel is definitely on my list (so good with nice trousers, too).

I put myself on the list and am anxiously awaiting this perfect belt bag to replace my summer raffia version (which I am still wearing every single day). Perfect for city living, but also long walks in the woods!

It’s a real corduroy season, so I nominate this ochre cropped straight trouser version — so easily dressed up or down. The navy and bone are pretty great too.

Aside from my favorite Everlane boots that I have already started wearing, I also really like a sturdy pair of Blundstones that look cute and are made for walking. And the marled side elastic here is a nice touch.

I love  good poncho, and this blanket-y open one can be thrown over a sweater, denim jacket (or blazer), and with that belt bag over (or under) it. Plus how good are those front pockets?

If you love a cozy sock,  L.L. Bean’s rag ones are the ultimate. Wear them around the house, or with your favorite clogs or boots or the slides, below.

I’ve been wanting some boiled wool scuffs (charming and comfy!). These Tyrolean clogs can be worn like slippers or for a run to the store.

Don’t forget a good, light scarf like this cashmere number from the Ines de la Fressange collection at Uniqlo.

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