Insider Tips on Fall Fashion Building Blocks

 In Guide, Style

The secrets of those sartorial pros who seem to always have perfectly Instagrammable outfits are coming out—and though it may start with a deep-dive exploration into the creative world of self-expression (or a personal shopper), it always culminates in an afternoon of shopping. Blush Boutique in the quaint St. Louis suburb of Kirkwood offers one of the many routes to achieve that sought-after, polished-yet-comfortable look that so many of us are after—particularly now that the season of sweater weather is upon us.

Tips on Fall Fashion Building Blocks

Many St. Louisans and Midwesterners will collectively gush about how fall is their most favorite season, if not for the pumpkin spice lattes, caramel apples and stunning fall leaves, then for the chunky sweaters, jeans and boots, of course—all of which you’ll find at Blush. For example, we’re loving this cream-colored sweater, paired with a casual pair of high-waisted denim jeans and summer tan.

Blush buyer Kayli Rallo also gave us the scoop about what shoppers can expect to find at the boutique this season. “This fall at Blush, you will find a curated selection of pumpkin spice-colored sweaters, a knock-out animal print midi-skirt, a statement velvet headband, plaid blazers that will effortlessly take you from day to night and a funky belt bag to wear to the Pageant for all the upcoming shows,” she says.

Tips on Fall Fashion Building Blocks

These ultra-wearable brown booties at Blush are also the perfect, affordable investment piece for fall—and at $90, they won’t break the bank. Genuine leather backpacks (like the selection pictured in the cover photo) are also one of those perfect building-block pieces you’ll return to again and again. So, if you’re headed to Blush to stock up your fall wardrobe, we just may run into you.

All images courtesy of Blush Boutique.

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