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Fashion & wearables I’m digging this fall

10.17.16
fall fashion

The weather has finally started to turn in Los Angeles, and there’s no one happier than I am. Of course I don’t mind the perpetual sun here (it’s a rough life under all these palm trees) but come September/October I yearn to pull on a bootie or a chunky sweater and revel in the fall fashion. So finally I’m starting to live the dream, and I’ve been shopping up a storm to get my wardrobe ready.

Of course, fall fashion needs tech-cessories, so I’ve got a few new ones listed below I’m particularly excited about— some keep you distraction-free while also making sure you don’t miss the important text or call from a loved one. Others help you stay calm during this chaotic season (am I the only one who still feels like we just got back to school, and can’t seem to get her schedule in order?).

Here are the fall fashion trends I’m loving this season, with a few wearables I’m accessorizing with.

fall fashion

stripes

I am always in stripes, and fall is no exception. You’ll find me in the chunky knit and turtleneck variety (snagged both of these— check, check!)

Madewell Rivet & Thread turtleneck | Ayr toastie sweater | Shop more striped tops here

Caeden Sona Fall Fashion

caeden sona

Caeden makes stunning headphones, so when they came out with a wearable I had to take a look. Turns out it’s less about fitness and more about keeping you calm and focused, which makes it the perfect wearable through the holiday season. Gorgeous in black or white leather, with gunmetal, rose or yellow gold finishes.

Shop Sona here

fall fashion

statement sleeves

Loving the bell sleeves and ruffles on so many blouses and sweaters this season. I snagged the blouse on the left, and have been wearing it NON STOP… when it gets colder, I’ll layer a long sleeve tee under it.

No. 6 Store Zoey blouse | Zara striped top | Shop more statement sleeve here

fall fashion Altruis

vinaya altruis

The Altruis can be worn as a ring, bracelet or pendant, giving you lots of options when it comes to staying connected, but not distracted. In white or black ceramic, finished with platinum, yellow or rose gold, these accessories are a minimal addition to your fall fashion story, while still alerting you to incoming text messages, emails or phone calls.

Shop Altruis here

fall fashion

cropped flares

I have taken a scissor to a few pairs of my jeans (the more fray the better), and had my eye on a few more at this flirty length. I love how they show off all my heels and brogues this season.

Shop similar cropped flares here

Amazfit Fall Fashion

amazfit moonbeam

I’ve been wearing this tracker for while now, and it’s one of the most lightweight ones I’ve tested… versatile too— in black, on a leather strap, it’s a cool accessory for a dude. But in white, either as a pendant or a sleek bracelet with gold finishes, it’s a stunning accessory that will help you improve daily habits, track your daily activities, awake and asleep.

Shop Amazfit trackers here

blush fall fashion

blush

Pink is not normally my color, but there’s something about this season’s nude, fleshy tone that goes with everything. It’s my new neutral, whether it’s sneakers or a handbag.

Shop similar blush shoes here | Shop similar blush handbags here

ringly fall fashion

ringly

I’ve been a longtime fan of Ringly’s gorgeous rings— they vibrate and light up when you receive important calls, texts or notifications. The bracelet version— with the same gold finishes and real semi-precious stones, will be out soon and I’m counting the minutes.

Shop Ringly here

Anything look good to you? Let me know in the comments!

Image borrowed from Loeffler Randall

Author: Carley Knobloch

Carley Knobloch is a digital lifestyle expert and a regular contributor on the Today Show and CNN. She’s also a home automation expert and host for HGTV, where makes home technology easy, approachable and fun. Carley has been featured in Real Simple, Allure, and Bloomberg Businessweek. She resides in Los Angeles with her husband, two kids, springer spaniel, and myriad smartphones.

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