Every year, us fashion folk get all wrapped up in fall styles before August has seen its last days. It’s a little crazy because – at least here in New York City – it stays warm through October. Luckily, we’ve been able to overcome our feeling of ridiculousness to introduce our favorite hand-picked pieces from Vogue’s seasonal Accessories Report, compiled by the one and only Candy Pratts Price. We think these accessories would be astounding additions to just about any ensemble, and we chose them with the corporate workplace in mind. Of course, most have a little something extra, which is Cubicle Chic approved! Enjoy 🙂
All photos are courtesy of Style.com.
We love the Mary Jane silhouette of this double-strapped Dolce & Gabbana beauty. This would also make for a great cubicle-to-cocktails shoe!
The color, the shape and the bow detail make this Marni pump a bold classic.
This Reed Krakoff shoe is admittedly a stretch for uber-conservative offices, but for those of you have a love affair with cropped trousers, CC recommends rocking them with this kind of boot for fall.
Color, color, color…the shades of blue are so refreshing on this Marc Jacobs pump.
Simple and understated in its shape, but loud in color; Hermes knows a thing or two about making life-changing arm candy.
Louis Vuitton doesn’t always produce straight up classics like this one. Doesn’t the leather look so buttery? I’ll bet you won’t be fishing for your keys in a bag with this level of structure.
The mossy green color of this Roger Vivier clutch says fun and sophisticated at the same time.
Two of Valentino’s signatures are refinement and elegance, but we think it’s the whimsical bird clasp that makes this bag so special.
It’s all right if you’re not wearing any other jewelry with this Amedeo by M+M Scognamiglio bracelet. It speaks for itself!
Aurelie Bidermann’s bangle embodies fall’s nature quite literally with this oh-so-chic yet playful cuff.
These earrings by Faraone Mennella by R.F.M.A.S. are a step up from your classic hoops but are simple enough to avoid looking too “boho.”