The weather’s getting crisp, and amongst the technicolor foliage of New England it’s hard to deny the arrival of fall. It’s time for cozy scarves and layered looks. We spent the afternoon recently with Providence style maven Megan Graham in her consignment boutique, Into the Wardrobe. Take high-end fashion, quirky one-offs and a bit of whimsy (the nod to Gnarnia being just the first example) and you’ve got a delightful spot to play dress up. We styled a few looks here, to spark your creativity as you prepare for the change of seasons. Both Green Gatsby and Coco Gatsby love fashion resale and consignment shops. Coco loves scoring designer pieces (some never even worn) at amazing prices, and Green adores reusing resources and reducing waste. And all Gatsbys know the importance of defining a unique style–which is facilitated by digging deep into racks and discovering one-of-a-kind items.
So if you’re ever in Providence, seek out Into The Wardrobe (at the corner of Wickenden and Brook)….or just look for a consignment store in your area and embark on your own fashion adventure!
It’s all in the details….
…so play with crocheted trims, delicate beading and embroidered touches
Fall neutrals are luxe with suede and silk accessories…
…and cut-out and layered shapes
Asymmetrical and layered shapes add interest to solid pieces
Calvin Klein knows the classics
(this LBD and the one above are both CK)
a little space styled by Maddy Andrews
Cat in the Hat (aka ITW owner Megan Graham)
wrapping and pinning a scarf gives it new life in a different form
take a sundress into fall with a flannel, scarf and boots
laced and leather
Hooded leather? Yes, please!
Yummy warm lounge wear
Fine fine corduroy plus sequins? Feminine, with just the right weight and warmth